The Basilica of St. John Lateran in Castel Sant’Angelo, from Santa Maria Maggiore in Piazza Navona: are the paths of the four jubilee itineraries that will lead the faithful and tourists to the sacred places of Rome.
- Walk the Via Papale (consisting of 2 routes)
- Pilgrim’s Way
- Marian Way.
The four paths allow you to go next door to the three jubilee churches: San Salvatore in Lauro, Santa Maria in Vallicella (New Church) and St. John the Baptist of the Florentines, where there will be a constant presence of priests from various languages for confessions and Adoration Eucharistic.
The “Papal Way” reaches San Pietro in two variants depending on the itinerary:
– Route 1: changes from Via dei Banchi Nuovi (Church of Santa Maria in Vallicella)
– Route 2: go to Via dei Coronari (Church San Salvatore in Lauro).
The “Way of the Pilgrim” is the third route that starts from St. John Lateran to the Basilica of St. Peter and vice versa, passing by San Paolo alla Regola, the square and the church of SS. Trinita dei Pellegrini, Via Giulia, San Giovanni dei Fiorentini, Castel Sant’Angelo, St. Peter.
The “Marian Way” is the fourth route that starts from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore to the Basilica of St. Peter and vice versa, passing through via Urbana, via Madonna to Monti, Via Tor dei Conti and Via dei Fori Imperiali, to Mamertine Prison . From here it joins the first and second route in their common part to Piazza Navona where are doubled to meet the Basilica of St. Peter.