Basilica di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte Tours and Tickets
The relatively small size of this 17th-century Baroque church belies the wealth of art inside, including two angels sculpted by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and originally meant to decorate the Sant’Angelo Bridge. Art aficionados will also appreciate paintings by Borgognone and Pasquale Marini decorating the interior dome and walls.
Immerse yourself in the squares of Rome. Experience the art and history in these public squares, that make Rome an open-air museum.
Highlights of the guided tour:
Visit the gardens of the "Castel Sant'Angelo".
On the way to the "Via del Corso", we will pass the "Supreme Court of Cassation", the "Museo dell'Ara Pacis" and the "Mausoleo of Augustus".
Followed by a visit to the impressive Basilica "Santi Ambrogio e Carlo al Corso", with the heart of St. Charles Borromeo.
Continued by the "Piazza del Popolo" and "Santa Maria del Popolo" with its masterpieces by Pinturicchio, Rafael, Bernini, Caravaggio and Carlo Fontana.
Followed by the romantic "Piazza di Spagna".
The church "Sant'Andrea delle Fratte" houses masterpieces by Bernini and Borromini.
Then we discover "San Lorenzo in Lucina" with the grate on which St. Lawrence was martyred.
Highlight is the Basilica "Sant'Ignazio di Loyola", the second most important church of the Jesuits, with impressive optical illusions.
Learn about the artwork and architecture of Gian Lorenzo Bernini during this private tour in Rome. Follow in the artist’s footsteps during a walking tour that includes visits to major landmarks including Piazza Barberini, Piazza del Popolo, and the Basilica of Sant’Andrea. See Bernini’s sculptures, fountains, and architectural plans.
Go on a walking tour of central Rome, soak up its atmosphere, and spot some of its most popular landmarks on this accessible, family-friendly tour. Choose from convenient morning or afternoon departure times, and meet your guide in front of the Trevi Fountain. With just a small group for company, you’ll visit the Piazza Navona, take in the Pantheon, and more. As you go, your guide will also share stories and activities designed to entertain younger visitors.
Our Half Day Treasure Hunt Tour is the best way to explore Rome city center having fun with your groups of friends, college mates or business colleagues. You will be engaged with activities, games, scavenger hunts and at the same time learn about roman art and history! You will be fascinated by its beauty in every corner! We set up a treasure hunt with trivia, quizzes, photo contexts and many other activities in order to provide you a funny and unique experience.
A top rated, engaging and enthusiastic guide will lead you through the sites ("Outdoor") and will participate with you on games, trivia and scavenger hunts!
Note: This is an outdoor Treasure Hunt with local guide
Enjoy an intimate atmosphere and get personalized attention on this small group walking tour through Rome. This comprehensive tour is great for first-time visitors to Rome or those on a short time frame. Listen to engaging commentary from your guide on Rome's cultural, historical, and architectural elements as you walk.
Keeping kids interested in historical attractions can be tough, but on a tour of Rome designed especially for families, you can enjoy an exploration of the city that keeps your children entertained. This private tour takes you to mostly outdoor attractions such as the Trevi Fountain, which are ideal for short attention spans. Learn about the city and even make a stop for gelato, if you wish.
We'll start this self guided audio tour in the beautiful Piazza di Spagna. We'll stop to throw coins in the Trevi fountain and look through the oculus of the magnificent Pantheon. Along the way you'll learn how to order a coffee and clues for finding the best gelato shops. We'll end at the famous Piazza Navona admiring one of Bernini's masterpieces.
Rome hosts dazzling baroque artworks, and with this art-focused tour you’ll admire some of the city’s masterpieces. Join your guide near the Spanish Steps for a walking itinerary that takes in works by Caravaggio, Bernini, Raphael, and, of course, Michelangelo. Learn about the history and techniques behind spectacular art decorating the most famous churches in Rome, or request a customized tour to see the works that most interest you.
A private tour leaded by a official art historian guide to discover the life of a genius!
The exploration of the works of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and their evolution over the years will be an opportunity to retrace the events of his private life, to get to know the man behind the artist, and discover frailty, strengths, his determination, his courage and, sometimes…his tendency to bully, too!
The tour will cover:
- Spanish steps
- Piazza Barberini
- Santa Maria della Vittoria (Ecstasy of Saint Teresa)
- Santa Maria sopra Minerva
- Sant'Andrea delle Fratte
- Piazza Navona
Learn about Italian art and sculpture in Rome with a private guide during this walking tour. Choose a start time that is convenient for you and set out to see the work of great Italian masters like Caravaggio and Michelangelo. The itinerary includes St. Ignatius Church and the Church of Sant’Agostino and can be customized according to your interests.
Treat yourself with this engaging city tour, tailored for children and families with Alessandra, a top rated kid-friendly guide!
Alessandra will lead you for a 2.5 hour nice walk through downtown Rome where you will see hidden treasures that you wouldn’t notice without an expert guide with excellent local knowledge.
You will start from Spanish Steps and its area, you'll admire Trevi fountain, take a stroll in the Pantheon, the best-preserved temple of Ancient Rome and one of the most amazing buildings in the city. At the end you will stop in Piazza Navona, with its three fountains, the Egyptian Obelisk, the Pamphili Palace, and the Church of Saint Agnes.
Visit the must-see places in downtown Rome with Alessandra to learn about art and history with your family while having fun at the same time. She will engage the entire family with a range of interactive activities.
2 hours 30 minutes
Price varies by group size
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What's the best way to experience Basilica di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte?
The best ways to experience Basilica di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte are:
Q:What are Basilica di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte hours of operation?
Basilica di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte hours of operation: July–Sept: 6:30am–12:30pm & 4:30pm–8pm; Oct–June: 6:15am–1pm & 4pm–7pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.