Basillica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura in Rome is one of the most beautiful and spiritual churches we have ever been inside. It was constructed in the 4th century, and according to legend, is built on the burial site of St. Paul. This means the location is revered by religious people, but even if you are not religious, you will be in awe when you enter this church. The interior of the church is even more beautiful than the exterior and contains fine statues, tabernacles, arcs, and mosaic art. We would seriously recommend that Basillica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura is the last church you visit when in Rome. Rome has many beautiful and historical churches, and there are even more at the Vatican. The reason we recommend it being the last church you visit is that almost every other church pales in comparison. The beauty of the church and the serene environment within it gives you a sense of tranquility which we didn’t feel in any other church. There is so much to see in the church, such as the Holy Door, Arnolfo di Cambio's tabernacle, Apse mosaic, that you will spend hours inside the church.