כנסיית סן לואיג'י דיי פראנצ'זי (באיטלקית: San Luigi dei Francesi,בצרפתית: Saint Louis des Français) כנסייה קתולית ברומא, בקרבת פיאצה נבונה והפנתיאון. הכנסייה הלאומית של צרפת ברומא. הכנסייה מוקדשת למרים הבתולה, לסנט דניס ולמלך צרפת לואי התשיעי הקדוש של הכנסייה הקתולית. הכנסייה נבנתה בשנים 1589-1518. עבודות הבניה הושלמו תודות לסיועה הכלכלי הנדיב של קטרינה דה מדיצ'י מלכת צרפת.
Jessica Arner | פבר׳ 24, 2018
This site pleasantly surprised me. It is easily one of my favorite places in the city. Such a beautiful church! I went to see the Caravaggios and stopped at Giolittis Gelateria (very nearby) for gelato on my way out. Worth your time ;)
Carla Gabrielli | דצמ׳ 10, 2017
Beautiful church and a great opportunity to see the paintings of Caravaggio outside of a museum. Only in Rome would paintings of such splendor be in a little church that most of the crowds a block away in Piazza Navona have never heard
Tom Malling | אוק׳ 21, 2017
Nice church to rest your tired legs, listening to engel songs and looking at golden artwork all around the beautiful room with lit candles.
Brian Mitchell | דצמ׳ 15, 2017
Beautiful cathedral we found walking the back streets of Rome between the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
Marta Ćwiklińska | נוב׳ 12, 2017
Frédéric Bastiat is buried here so you definitely must come here.
Martha Waning | מרץ 23, 2018
Probably the most beautiful Cathedral I have ever been to. The building and the painting are a work of art! A must if you are around.
Jeff Taylor | מרץ 11, 2018
Astonishing church interior. Go just for the Caravaggio paintings but you'll be amazed by everything else.
Jennifer Hart | אפר׳ 8, 2018
One of my favourite churches in Rome. It is definitely worth the trip for the three fantastic Caravaggio paintings. Head straight in, you'll find them to the left of the alter depicting St. Matthew. It's also a great opportunity to get out of the hustle and bustle of the centre. Pop in for ten minutes for a moment of calm - it's definitely worth it.
Alan Milligan | מאי 29, 2018
The best place to see Carravaggio, in situ. Bring 2 euros to light the paintings. The most beautiful paintings in the most obscure setting imaginable :)
Yao L | יוני 7, 2018
A smaller church than the other ones I visited. Trying to figure out what makes it special. Probably the little angles. Is Cupid here?
Cymro Catholig | מאי 19, 2018
Beautiful church, especially the Vocation of St Matthew. If you do come, please try to remember that it is a working church and therefore a sacred space to Catholics, and not just a museum.
Jim Hurley | מאי 17, 2018
Fabulous church you must see. The caravaggio paintings, old time atmosphere and solemnity are worth a visit.
P. Kowalski | יוני 17, 2018
The church might be beautiful, but there are lots of beautiful churches in Rome; it is for the Caravaggios you should put this place on your absolute must-see list. And they are truly remarkable.
Leyla Misono | יוני 29, 2018
This is my second favourite church in Rome (first is Saint'Ignazio di Loyola), that I keep revisiting over and over again, and not because of the Caravaggio painting but for its grand, majestic beauty.
alberto emiliani | אוג׳ 8, 2018
Ogni volta che vado a Roma, devo passare da San Luigi dei Francesi. I tre dipinti di Caravaggio tolgono il respiro, lasciano senza parole. Dopo averli guardati -- e si resta lì un bel po' di tempo, continuando a mettere monetine per avere la luce -- tutti gli altri dipinti della chiesa sembrano piatti, privi di profondità. E la luce di Caravaggio ha una tale intensità che pare uscire dal dipinto.
Mike Lanigan | אוג׳ 6, 2018
If you’ve never seen a real Caravaggio or if you’re a fan of his work then you’re in for a treat here! Not one but three paintings by Caravaggio, together in one place, in a tiny chapel inside the already artistically impressive church. There are three Caravaggios all about Matthew the disciple, and my favourite one of the three is “The Calling of Matthew”. You don’t have to be an art aficionado to appreciate the skill and vision of this artist and his creations. Located near enough to the Piazza Navona and on the tourist trail from the Pantheon so you should really try visit if you’re in this area. Try to get a guided tour (free!) which are available in a number of languages. Any tips are donated and appreciated. The young people conducting these free tours work part of the summer there and come from different countries. When I visited I met a girl from Romania who spoke excellent English and who was very knowledgable about the church and especially the Caravaggios. NB: This church is sovereign French territory and is also a fully functioning church so endeavour to be respectful of this fact when visiting - it’s a church not a museum - you will be shushed if you’re too loud (you have been warned!) and also prayed for by those present who are praying! Just try to remember it’s not a museum and you’ll be fine!