ROME – The Four Paths. Were presented on August 5 in Rome, at the Capitol, the routes of four jubilee’s itineraries that will help pilgrims and visitors who will arrive in the capital from December 8, to observe and visit the holy sites of the city.
Four routes, to walk in the Jubilee year, planned on the routes that will be reviewed in terms of planning and infrastructure, with the work that “will affect the sidewalks, which in some places will be widened, pedestrian crossings, which will be redone “and” paths and ramps for disabled so as to eliminate as many barriers.”
These four paths:
- Papal Route: (first and second route): from St. John Lateran to the Basilica of St. Peter, through SS. Four, the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Mamertine Prison, Capitol, Castel Sant’Angelo, Banchi Nuovi, Santa Maria in Valicella, via dei Coronari, San Salvatore in Lauro;
- Pilgrim’s Route: from San Giovanni in San Pietro, passing through San Paolo alla Regola, SS. Trinita dei Pellegrini, Via Giulia, San Giovanni dei Fiorentini, Castel Sant’Angelo;
- Mariano Route: from Santa Maria Maggiore in St. Peter, passing through via Urbana, Via Madonna dei Monti, Via Tor dei Conti, Via dei Fori Imperiali, Mamertine Prison, Piazza Navona.
“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 the ‘Eucharistic adoration “.