Trinità dei Monti Church Info & Hours
The construction works of Trinità dei Monti Church, also known as simply as Trinità dei Monti, began in 1502 according to the willing of Luis the 12th, King of France, and owner of that portion of land. Prior to that time, the church site was actually a vast vineyard, donated by King Charles VIII of France to an order of Monks.
|Opening Hours: 6.30am - 8.00pm|
|Best Time To Visit: 9.30am or 4.00pm|
|Tickets: Not Needed|
How to Visit
1PLAN YOUR VISIT IN ADVANCE
– Add this attraction to your Travel List! No tickets needed;
2CHECK IN ADVANCE THE BEST TIME VISIT
– Avoid Mass Schedule: check details in Opening Hours
3BE AWARE OF DRESS CODE
– Entry to Rome’s churches and other places of worship is permitted only to appropriately dressed visitors. Low cut or sleeveless clothing, shorts, miniskirts and hats are not allowed.
Clothes must cover both your knees and shoulders. Capris are allowed.
Closed on Monday
Tuesday-Sunday: 6.30 am – 8.00 pm;
Thursday: 6.30 am – 12.00 pm;
Tuesday-Friday: 6.00 pm;
Saturday: 12.30 pm;
Sundays and holidays: 11.00 am;
Note: Visits are not allowed during Services.
Schedules are subject to change. Please contact the church before visiting.
No tickets needed
Wheelchair Accessibility Service:
Trinità dei Monti Church is accessible to wheelchairs
+39 06 6794179
Tuesday to Friday: 7am-11am
How to Reach
1FROM THE CITY CENTER TO TRINITA’ DEI MONTI CHURCH
2FROM FIUMICINO AIRPORT TO TRINITA’ DEI MONTI CHURCH
– Once at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino Airport) take the Leonardo Express Train to Termini Station;
– Next, at Termini take the Metro A (Orange Line) Direction Battistini for 3 stops. Get down at Spagna Metro Station.
Piazza della Trinità dei Monti 3, 00187 Rome, Italy
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Trinità dei Monti Church
Trinità dei Monti & Obelisk Facts
The Church of Trinità dei Monti stands right in the heart of Rome city center overlooking the stunning Spanish Steps. The Church was built in 1502 following the willing of Luis the 12th, King of France, and owner of that portion of land. Prior to that time, the church site was actually a vast vineyard, donated by King Charles VIII of France to an order of Monks. Read More…
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