Castel Sant’Angelo is a not to be missed sight. His 20 centuries of history are intimately linked to Rome, views from the top are great and child love it!
A visit to Castel Sant’angelo is usually not in the bucket list of rushy Roman travellers. That’s surprising, because few monuments can give the same sense of the Roman history along the centuries.
Castel Sant’Angelo, formerly Adrian Emperor Mausoleum, is one of the most famous Roman landmarks. And it’s just in front of you when walking along the tiber to Piazza Navona or getting out from St Peter’s Cathedral.
it has a fascinating history and offers one of the finest views of Rome from its rooftop terrace.
That’s why it would be a pity not to cross the scenic Ponte degli Angeli to visit one of the oldest and most fascinating Roman Monument.
You can visit Castel Sant’Angelo in an hour, after you are done with St Peter’s basilica. In this post I will address the main questions and interest you may have concerning Castle Sant’Angelo, such as:
- What are Castel sant’Angelo hystory and facts?
- What about Castel Sant’Angelo bridge?
- What is inside Castel Sant Angelo?
- How long to visit Castel Sant’Angelo?
- Is Castel Sant Angelo part of Vatican City
- What are Castel Sant’Angelos hours?
- What’s the price of Castel Sant’Angelo tickets? Can I use my Roma pass?