Apostle Paul All Cities Visited Map

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The apostle Paul is an amazing individual who influenced Christianity more than any other person short of Jesus Christ. The New Testament delineates at least fifty cities visited during his (at least) five major travels or missionary journeys.

Below is a comprehensive list of Biblical places linked or related to the Apostle Paul's life and ministry. Many of the destinations were personally visited by him. Some, however, such as Coos, Rhodes and Patara (Acts 21;1), are recorded as landmarks he passed while traveling or are otherwise related to his efforts.

´╗┐The below listing does not include the names of Roman provinces Biblically linked to Paul, however, such provinces are compiled in our separate series on New Testament Roman Provinces. Lastly, please see our series on New Testament churches for cities where Paul established a church.


Places Linked to Paul

Amphipolis
(Acts 17:1)

Malta
(Acts 28:1)

Antioch (Pisidia)
(Acts 13:14)

Miletus
(Acts 20:15, 17)

Antioch (Syria)
(Acts 11:26, 13:1,
18:22 - 23)

Mitylene
(Acts 20:14)

Antipatris
(Acts 23:31)

Myra
(Acts 27:5)

Apollonia
(Acts 17:1)

Neapolis
(Acts 16:11)

Appian Way
(Acts 28:13 - 15)

Nicopolis
(Titus 3:12, 15)

Appii Forum
(Acts 28:15)

Paphos (Cyprus)
(Acts 13:6)

Arabia
(Galatians 1:17)

Patara
(Acts 21:1)

Assos
(Acts 20:13)

Perga
(Acts 13:13, 14:25)

Athens
(Acts 17:16)

Philippi
(Acts 16:12, 20:6)

Attalia
(Acts 14:25)

Ptolemais
(Acts 21:7)


All cities visited by Apostle Paul Map

Berea
(Acts 17:10)

Puteoli
(Acts 28:13)

Caesarea
(Acts 9:30, 18:22,
21:8, 23:23)

Rhegium
(Acts 28:13)

Cenchrea
(Acts 18:18)

Rhodes
(Acts 21:1)

Chios
(Acts 20:15)

Rome
(Acts 28:16,
2Timothy 1:17)

Clauda
(Acts 27:16)

Salamis (Cyprus)
(Acts 13:5)

Cnidus
(Acts 27:7)

Salmone
(Acts 27:7)

Coos
(Acts 21:1)

Samos
(Acts 20:15)

Corinth
(Acts 18:1)

Samothracia
(Acts 16:11)

Cyprus
(Acts 13:4, 21:3, 27:4)

Seleucia
(Acts 13:4)



Damascus
(Acts 9, 22, 26)

Sidon
(Acts 27:3)

Derbe
(Acts 14:6, 20, 16:1)

Spain
(Romans 15:22 - 25, 28)

Ephesus
(Acts 18 - 20,
1Corinthians 16:8,
1Timothy 1:3,
2Timothy 1:18, 4:12)

Syracuse (Sicily)
(Acts 28:12)

Fair Havens
(Crete)

(Acts 27:8, Titus 1:5)

Tarsus
(Acts 9:30)

Hierapolis
(Colossians 4:13)

Thessalonica
(Acts 17:1)

Iconium
(Acts 13:51)

Three Taverns
(Acts 28:15)

Jerusalem
(Acts 7 - 9, 11:30,
12:25, 15, 9:26,
21:11 - 23:31, 26)

Troas
(Acts 16:8, 20:6)

Laodicea
(Colossians 2:1)

Trogyllium
(Acts 20:15)

Lasea
(Acts 27:8)

Tyre
(Acts 21:3)

Lystra
(Acts 14:6, 16:1)

 

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