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Information about Rome for visitors



Where to stay
in Rome

The Collegio Bellarmino and the Canisio residence are the normal places for Jesuit visitors to stay in Rome.
· Collegio Bellarmino: Via del Seminario, 120, 00186 Roma; Guestmaster email: mincsrb@gmail.com
· Canisio residence: Via dei Penitenzieri, 20, 00193 Roma; Guestmaster email: canisiomin@gmail.com
 
Hotels near the Vatican and pensioni run by religious groups in Rome:
· Pensioni
· Long-term housing
 

Mass in English

There is an English Mass at 11:00 AM Sundays at the Jesuit-supported Caravita Chapel, just to the left of Chiesa San Ignacio in the center of Rome. For more information, visit the website: www.caravita.org
 
 

Web Sites
about Rome

· The AbcRoma Guide (hotels and restaurants, museums)
· An online booking service for hotels and other services
 

Rooms of Ignatius

The rooms where St. Ignatius wrote the Constitutions of the Society of Jesus and directed its early growth have been restored. They can be visited from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m.; they are open to the public during those hours. They are located at Piazza del Gesù; the entrance is just to the right of the church as you face it.

Mass is celebrated every 45 minutes in the Gesù.  

Contact website: Camerette di Sant’Ignazio


Vatican

Information about the Vatican.
 

Borghese Gallery

The Borghese Gallery is a very nice museum and palazzo which is open on Tuesday through Sunday with entrance from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is also the only museum where you have to make a reservation ahead of time. The reason for this is the fact that only groups of 50 people at a time are admitted. You can either phone to: 00-39-06-32810 and, when a tape in Italian starts transmitting dial 2 for the English speaking operator, or try to fax to their number: 00-39-06-32651329.