Accessible Rome – Angels and Demons

All most important places in Dan Brown’s masterpiece

Highlights and what’s included




  • Private Transfer with accessible vehicle equipped with platform
  • Rental equipment
  • Assistant for disabled
Half Day
Places of interest



  • Piazza del Popolo
  • Santa Maria del Popolo
  • Pantheon
  • Piazza Navona
  • Piazza Barberini
  • Santa Maria della Vittoria
  • San Pietro
  • the outside of Castel Sant’Angelo

All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests.


English, Spanish, German, French, Italian

  • Historical interest 100% 100%
  • Fun 90% 90%
  • Activity Level 80% 80%

Trusting Robert Langdon in Rome

The accessible tour for wheelchair users inclueds: Piazza del Popolo, Santa Maria del Popolo, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza Barberini, Santa Maria della Vittoria, San Pietro, the outside of Castel Sant’Angelo.

You will start the accessible tour from “Piazza del Popolo”. There, you will visit the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, where the body of the first dead cardinal with an ambigram tattooed on his chest was found. Then you will reach the Pantheon, one of the oldest and best preserved monuments of the city. There, Michelangelo, studying the spherical dome, thought that, according to its structures, it was “built by a hand of an angel and not by human hand”.

Moreover, it is the site where by mistake was defined by the protagonists of the novel, the first Clue, the Tomb of Raphael.

Later, you will continue the tour towards the famous Piazza Navona, and you will admire the magnificent fountain of the four rivers, made by one of the master of the Roman Baroque, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The penultimate stage of our accessible tour, is the church of Santa Maria della Vittoria, where the third cardinal is found dead and where you can admire the statue called “The Ecstasy of Santa Teresa” made by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

You will conclude your itinerary at Piazza San Pietro, where you will visit of the square and the interior of the homonymous Basilica, until the entrance of a Castel Sant’Angelo, which is the final destination of the novel, “The Sanctuary of the Illuminati”.

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