Angels and Demons tour

Discover a centuries-old secret passage, who the Illuminati were, and much more!

Explore Rome’s most picturesque churches, charming piazzas, and timeless cobblestone alleyways while understanding Dan Brown’s underlying air of mystery.

On a half-day tour of the locations from the novel and film “Angels and Demons,” decipher the riddles of Rome in the heart of the Eternal City. 

Follow the illumination path on the Angels and Demons tour in Rome and learn how to solve the many puzzles and enigmas featured in Dan Brown’s bestselling novel and film.

With its Inquisition trials and political machinations, Rome in the 1600s was the birthplace of The Illuminati, one of the most influential secret societies ever. 

The leaders of this society, Galileo Galilei and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, left clues throughout the city to create the Path of Illumination. 

The essential hints came from a mysterious text by poet John Milton, The Four Altars of Science, representing the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water.  

When these clues were solved, they would reveal the path to a secret location.

Experience an incredible journey through Rome, culminating in the revelation of the Illuminati’s secrets. 

It takes you to some of Rome’s most beautiful piazzas and lesser-known sites off the tourist trail, where pagan symbolism and Christianity collide.

Explore the Altars of Science and decipher the hidden messages in Bernini’s sculptures and Galileo’s texts. 

Enter the Church of Illumination to glimpse “Il Passetto,” the secret passage that connects the Vatican to the infamous Castel Sant’Angelo.

The Angels and Demons tour in Rome offers a one-of-a-kind experience that allows you to visit the most beautiful locations in Rome. 

You will feel like you are immersed in all of the mystery and intrigue.

Things to remember

  1. Please wear clothing that covers your knees, shoulders, and back to gain access to some sites.
  1. You should refrain from bringing large purses, bags, or backpacks to avoid disruptions or being denied entry.

This ticket includes 

  • Tour according to the description
  • Entry to Castel Sant’Angelo
  • A coffee break 
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • All transfers are made on an air-conditioned bus.

Ticket price:

Visitors’ AgeTicket Price
Adult ticket (age 15+ years) €64
Child ticket (2 to 14 years)€59
Infant ticket (up to 1 year)Free entry

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