Walks Guides have received health & safety training, are self-monitoring temperatures daily, and trained in group social distancing practices
We ask our guides and guests to wash their hands regularly and carry hand sanitzier
Our guides and guests are required to wear masks in accordance with the local government regulations
If headsets are needed, they are disinfected at the beginning and end of your experience
All Walks tours are always small groups to give you the maximum comfort and safety
Explore Rome's Catacombs after closing on this extra-special VIP tour
San Sebastiano Catacombs after closing
Capuchin Crypt aka The Bone Chapel
Special VIP access to Rome Catacombs
Tickets to the Capuchin crypt & museum
Guided tour of the Capuchin crypt
Private round-trip transport between sites
Small groups limited to 18 people
Expert English-speaking guide
Expert Catacombs guide
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Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
No. Unfortunately, due to site restrictions we cannot accommodate wheelchairs on this tour. If you use a wheelchair and book this tour by accident, we are happy to offer you credit for a future tour that is wheelchair accessible anywhere in the world, or a full refund.
IMPORTANT: What should I wear?
The Capuchin Crypt is a holy place so attire must be appropriate for the visit. Both men and women are asked to wear clothing that covers at least the shoulders and knees. Walks cannot be held responsible for denied entry due to improper dress. It is sufficient to bring extra coverings with you and put them on before our entrance to the holy areas.
Can I take pictures at the sites visited on the Crypts and Catacombs tour?
Taking pictures in the Cappuchin Crypt is strictly prohibited because the monks do not want their dead being photographed. In the Catacombs, pictures are allowed but you are not allowed to shoot any frescoes with flash photography because of the effect that flash has on the paint. Finally, it's totally fine to take photos in San Nicola in Carcere.
I'm claustrophobic, will I be okay on this tour?
The Roman Catacombs are composed of narrow passagways that run deep underground. These can definitely cause problems for people who suffer from claustrophobia.