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THE CRYPTS OF BOLOGNA

From EUR 15

Agricola was a Jewish aristocrat who followed the Christian religion and Vitale was his freedman. They lived during the 3rd century A.C. and died during the persecutions of Diocletian in 305 A.C. They are saints and were the first martyrs of the city. The itinerary retraces their lives through the visit of three fascinating evocative crypts, partially not usually accessible to the public. We will see the places where they lived, suffered martyrdom and were buried.

 

HIGHLIGHTS 

  • Crypt of San Zama, closed to public. A flashlight will be provided for lack of current.
  • Crypt of Saints Vitale and Agricola, visit to the garden closed to public with some gladiator arena archaeological remainings
  • Crypt of Santo Stefano, the Sancta Jerusalem Bononiensis conserves some magnificent sarcophaguses and saint relics 

RATE

€ 15.00 per person

 

WHEN:
Every Saturday

 

TIMES:
10am

 

LENGTH:
1h30 minutes 

 

LANGUAGES:
Italian/English

 

MEETING POINT:
Via dell'Abbadia 3, Bologna - Chiesa SS Naborre e Felice

 

INCLUDED:

  • Skilled Italian/English-speaking tour guide
  • Entry to the Crypt of San Zama
  • Entry to the Crypt of Saints Vitale and Agricola
  • Entry to the of Santo Stefano

ITINERARY:
Crypt of San Zama, Crypt of Saints Vitale and Agricola, Crypt of Santo Stefano

 

USEFUL INFORMATION:
It's suggested not to wear high heels and flip-flops. 

 

CANCELLATION POLICY:
Reservation is compulsory. If you cancel at least 1 day in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour.

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Highlights

HIGHLIGHTS 

  • Crypt of San Zama, closed to public. A flashlight will be provided for lack of current.
  • Crypt of Saints Vitale and Agricola, visit to the garden closed to public with some gladiator arena archaeological remainings
  • Crypt of Santo Stefano, the Sancta Jerusalem Bononiensis conserves some magnificent sarcophaguses and saint relics 

Route

  1. Bologna