To the west, it represented the natural boundary of the ancient city. It is a Roman hill whose maximum height reaches 88 meters, on whose slope is the historic district of Trastevere.
The Janiculum houses a series of monuments celebrating Garibaldi and the volunteers of the Roman Republic, the Baroque Fontana Paola, one of the most spectacular in Rome also called Fontanone, and also another Renaissance Church dedicated to St. Peter accompanied by the Tempietto del Bramante commemorating it the crucifixion of San Pietro perhaps occurred right there according to another possible theory.
The Janiculum offers a unique view of Rome, it is possible to admire the unmistakable Piazza Venezia, the dome of the Pantheon, Palazzo Farnese, the Synagogue, Villa Borghese and the Altare della Patria in the background. Going down the slopes of the Janiculum inside the ancient city, you reach the heart of the most characteristic district of Rome, Trastevere, the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, perhaps the oldest church ever officiated in Rome.
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Bookable Starting Time: From 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Duration: 3 hours
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Meeting Point: Janiculum Hill - Garibaldi's equestrian statue