This tour allows you to see the most important locations of the Jesuit community in Rome and it has become more popular because the current Pope, Pope Francis, is the first Jesuit Pope. The Jesuit order has been very important in Rome in the XVIth and XVIIth centuries.

We will visit the church of St Ignatius and its ceiling characterized by an astonishing 3D effect, the Gesù, the main Jesuit church in Rome and the role model after the Counter-Reformation. Finally we will enter in the rooms where St Ignatius lived ad died in the XVIth century.