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Borghese Gallery

Built by Cardinal Scipione Borghese at the beginning of the 17th century, it is surrounded by one of the most beautiful and largest historical parks in Rome: the Borghese Park. The “palazzina Borghese,” also called Villa Pinciana, because it is situated on Monte Pincio, is a sort of “shrine,” where Cardinal Scipione’s extraordinary private collection […]

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Tuscany: San Gimignano, Monteriggioni and Siena

Don’t miss the chance to spend a wonderful day in the Chianti region of Tuscany, well-known for its prestigious wines, and visit the small medieval hill town of San Gimignano (St. Geminianus), Monteriggioni and last, but not least, the very beautiful city of Siena. Approximately three and a half hours north of Rome (300 km), […]

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Underground Rome

Under modern Rome there is another Rome… a fascinating and mysterious Rome rich in history, art and treasures. The itinerary that allows you to experience a journey through centuries of history starts at the Basilica of San Clemente. With its two underground levels, this church gives a perfect idea of a main characteristic of Rome: […]

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Modern Rome

This itinerary is especially recommended for frequent visitors to Rome wanting to leave the beaten path of tourists as well as to see something really different. Between the end of the 1800s and the beginning of the 1900s, while Art Nouveau was spreading across Europe, here in Rome, where any artistic innovation is interpreted as […]

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Picturesque Trastevere

With its narrow cobbled alleys and its lively squares (piazze), this district is considered the most picturesque one in the city of Rome. Situated on the west bank of the Tiber River, Trastevere (meaning “across the Tiber”) has been the stronghold of Roman popular customs and traditions since ancient Roman times. Some ruins of ancient […]

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A walk through Rome disappeared

You cannot say you have visited Rome if you have not walked through the streets of the most famous district of ancient Rome that is also the heart of the historical centre of the eternal city: Trastevere. This is the starting point for a photography tour in which you will be guided by one of […]

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Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast

You are really going to really enjoy this day trip from Rome. From the ethernal city, you will reach Pompeii and visit its archaeological area. Then you will go on sightseeing along the Amalfi Coast… and much more. Once in Pompeii, after meeting your authorized guide, you will discover a unique site: a perfectly preserved Roman […]

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The Baths of Caracalla

The Caracalla Baths represent the most imposing and best preserved ancient Roman public bath complex, one of the places to visit in Rome. The building was started by Emperor Caracalla at the beginning of the 3rd century A.D. and then completed by his successors Elagabalo and Alessandro Severo. After the fall of the Roman Empire, […]

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Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St.Peter’s Basilica

The buildings housing the collection of the Vatican Museums, with their architectural details and decorated vaults and walls, are artworks themselves. Wonderful painting, sculptures, artefacts, tapestries, jewels reflecting various epochs, cultures and traditions are on display in this magnificent building which was once the residence of popes and cardinals. Undoubtedly, you will find yourselves in […]

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Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

The buildings housing the collection of the Vatican Museums, with their architectures and decorated vaults and walls, are artworks themselves. Wonderful paintings, sculptures, manufactures, tapestries, jewels, of different cultures and traditions and going back to various ages are on display in this wonderful edifices which once were residences of popes and cardinals: no doubt you […]

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