This Basilica consists of a three-tiered complex of buildings: (1) present basilica (11th Century); (2) 4th-century basilica converted out of the home of a Roman nobleman; (3) the home of a Roman nobleman.
TripAdvisor mentions "Via Labicana 95" as the address: the door there was closed. The entrance is located in the "Via di San Giovanni in Laterano" (a 5 to 10 minutes walk from the Colosseum).
When you enter, you first see a very beautiful church with various (large) paintings.
Entrance to the church is for free. If you want to go down into the lower tiers of the building, you need to pay (6 euro for an adult; free entrance for children). Take a map with you if you are not doing a guided tour. For about 1 hour you follow a path with various types of historical displays / rooms. Very interesting.
Also very worthwhile to know that after a visit to the very busy Colosseum you can "relax" in this Basilica.
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