Rome Religious Studies

Prices from: £239 (Based on 3 Days, 2 Nights)

Rome has been at the centre of the Roman Catholic Faith for centuries. A visit to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican offer’s students an insight into the heart of the Roman Catholic faith, and if you are in Rome on a Wednesday, you can also possibly attend a papal audience too, perfect for students studying Religious Studies.

In addition, the city houses other important basilicas and churches, including the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the Basilica of St. Mary Major, and the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls. A visit to Rome is an experience never to be forgotten.

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Quality of accommodation:
9.3
Educational value of tour
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Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
10 out of 10

Camika

London GB
The trip was fantastic with the students gaining so much from the tour.
Confirmed purchase: 20 January 2017
Published on: 03 February 2017
10 out of 10

Andrew

GB
Rome is not a cheap place, but worth it in my opinion. Fantastic city, great time had by us all. Thanks Adaptable.
Confirmed purchase: 28 March 2015
Published on: 08 April 2015
10 out of 10

Joanne

GB
Fantastic trip. The coach from the airport was waiting for us and easy to find the driver, our hotel was comfortable and excellent location. Rooms were close together which made it easier to manage. The city of Rome is an inspiring place, so much to see, but we packed it in. Thanks
Confirmed purchase: 25 March 2015
Published on: 12 April 2015
Basilica of St John Lateran
Dedicated to John the Baptist and John the Evangelist, the Basilica... Read more
Basilica St Mary Major
Another of the four patriarchal churches of Rome, Santa Maria Maggiore, ... Read more
Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls
The Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls (Basilica di... Read more
Capitlone Museums
Rome's highly regarded Capitoline Museums (Musei Capitolini In Febrica) are home to a wealth of antique sculptures of bronze and marble, which represent the history of Rome
The Catacombs
These underground corridors and passageways were built as a communal ground. The ... Read more
Colosseum
A great symbol of ancient Rome - inaugurated in AD 80 it once entertained 50,000 spectators - today, the Coliseum is one of the most dramatic and recognisable archaeological monuments on earth.
General Audience with Pope Francis
The Pope holds audiences on Wednesdays in St Peter’s Square ... Read more
Palatine Hill
This is one of the seven hills in Rome and probably the most famous, home to rich... Read more
Pantheon
The Pantheon is a magnificent ancient temple in Rome that was later converted into the... Read more
Piazza Navone
This is one of the most famous and beautiful in Rome. The square is built on the ... Read more
Roman Forum
The Forum was the marketplace of Rome and also the ceremonial, legal, social and business district. It is now a huge complex of ruined temples, basilicas, and arches.
The Santa Scala
Opposite the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano (St. John Lateran), the Holy Stairs are reputed to be those walked up by Christ, preserved at this former Papal palace.
E3 Trails
Adaptable Travel has teamed up with the UK’s premier educational trail writer, E3 Tr... Read more
The Great Synagogue of Rome
Located on the banks of the River Tiber, the Great Synangogue of Rome tells the story of the oldest continuous Jewish community outside Israel.

Hotel Villa Rosa, 3*

Location: Superb location, just 5 minutes’ walk away from Trastevere Station, wit... Read more

Mariano Hotel, 3*

Location: Excellent location, near to the main Termini Station which is just 5 minut... Read more

Laurence Hotel, 3*

Location: Situated in the university area called Tor Vergata. There is a good connec... Read more

Destination Pack
To assist you with planning the most relevant and appropriate itinerary for your students, a Leisure & Learning destination pack complete with a full excursion list including curriculum area recommendations will be sent with every quote.

Combine This Tour

Cross-curriculum tours are a great way to help your group to bond, and boost your numbers. Contact us for information about other subject in this destination.

Day 1
After arriving in Rome your group shall transfer to your choice of hotel and check in. You shall then embark upon a guided walking tour where you shall see the stunning Pantheon, Trevi Fountains, Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona. This walking tour will allow you to experience the cities rich culture and breath-taking sights. Afterwards, enjoy a scrumptious welcoming meal in a local restaurant before heading back to the hotel and settling down for the night.

Day 2
Today, you will have a guided tour of Vatican City, Sistine Chapel and Church of St Peter’s. Vatican City is actually the world’s smallest country and it is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. It is home to the pope, who does formal appearances every Wednesday, and a must see for any first time visitors. In the evening, you will have your meal in another local restaurant before returning to the hotel.

Day 3
To start the day, you shall visit the iconic Colosseum which is often known as the emblem of the Roman Empire and remains an extremely popular tourist attraction. Next, visit the beautiful Roman Forum and Palatine Hill which was home to the most rich and important Romans, including Emperor Augustus, the founder of the Roman Empire. After a spot of lunch, you shall visit the uplifting Basilica of St John Lateran, followed by the Santa Scala, the holy stairs which are reputed to be those walked up by Christ. In the evening, you will have your meal in another local restaurant before returning to the hotel.

Day 4
After checking out of the hotel, you shall visit the Catacombs to explore the ancient Christian burial passageways which house 3rd century frescoes and the crypts of martyrs and popes. If there is free time before your return flight to the UK, you may wish to squeeze in a visit to another basilica or some local sightseeing / shopping for souvenirs before transferring to the airport.

By the end of the trip, your students will have a greater understanding of why the city has remained an important centre for Christianity, and will have learnt more of the beliefs, practices and teachings of a complex religion.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organinsing your next unforgettable trip to Rome.

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