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Mosaic Art Splendor

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Rome Private Walking Tours


These are entirely walking tours which last approximately 3 hours. They are conducted by your personal licensed Tour Guide, who will show and explain not only the most important facts and sites but will show the hidden and unknown little corners and tell you many secrets about the past and present of Rome and Vatican City.



Rome of the Caesars

Visit the monumental and historical heart of the 'Eternal City', on the footsteps of some of the most important political figures of Roman history, like Julius Caesar, Augustus, Cicero, to relive a flash of a Roman citizen's everyday life, reviving history in the places which bear witnesses of one of the most important ancient civilizations. Visit the Colosseum, the Forum (photo), the Capitoline Hill and the Campidoglio Square.

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Squares, Palaces & Fountains 

Stroll around the very beating heart of Rome to appreciate the ostentatious aristocratic palaces, outstanding 'piazzas', exceptional sculptured monuments and magnificent fountains. Visit outstanding Piazza Navona with Bernini's stupendous Fountain of Four Rivers, the imposing 2nd c. A.D. Pantheon, the Piazza Colonna with 2nd c. A.D. Column of Marcus Aurelius, the renowned architectural Spanish Square, the Trevi fountain (photo) to toss a coin to return to Rome.

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Vatican Highlights 

Skip long lines! Enthralling visit of the Vatican Museums, important Popes' collection of marble statuary, tapestries and paintings, to discover art, history and religion of the Catholic Church State. See Michelangelo's awe-inspiring frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, the Stanze painted by the great Raphael, the overwhelming St. Peter's Basilica with the renowned dramatic La PietÓ by Michelangelo, the majestic dome (photo) Bernini's bronze Baldachin and the large St. Peter's Square

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Borghese Museum & Park 

Visit the the two levels of the opulent Villa Borghese owned by the Borghese family of Princes, patrons of the arts in the 17th century. Enjoy their outstanding artistic collection of the stupendous marble statues by Bernini (photo of Apollo and Daphne) and Canova and of the beautiful paintings by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio. Then stroll in the Park (ending at a magnificent panoramic view of Rome and People Square) in Via del Babuino with antiques shops & fashion boutiques.

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Baroque & Renaissance Rome

Enticing itinerary which will match up the emotive, vibrant, dynamic and passionate intensity of the Baroque style to the ordered, harmonious and motionless serenity which was the Renaissance style. Know why the famous painter Caravaggio has been called the "damned painter". Visit the Piazza del Popolo, the churches of St. Mary del Popolo, St. Augustine, St. Louis of French and St. Ivo. Enjoy masterpieces by Caravaggio, Raphael, Bernini and his rival Borromini.

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Ghetto & Trastevere Districts

Visit two Medieval districts: the old Jewish Ghetto and the folkloristic Trastevere. Learn about Roman Jewish history, see the Circus Maximus, the 'Mouth of Truth', the Temples of Portumnus, Hercules and Apollo, the Marcellus Theater  (photo), the main Synagogue. Then cross the river Tiber on the Tiberine Island to stroll around the characteristic alleys of Trastevere to visit the old churches of St. Mary and St. Cecilia. Then enjoy lunch in a trattoria to savor local homemade food.

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Mosaic Art Splendor 

Visit the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli to be captured by the powerful statue of Moses by Michelangelo (photo). After a short walk visit the Basilica of  St. Pudentiana with its 4th c. splendid golden mosaics in its apse. Then another short walk leads to the Basilica of St. Praxedes with the Chapel of St. Zeno and the apse are decorated with Byzantine style mosaics of 9th c. Last visit the Basilica of St. Mary Major where in the nave and in the apse are stupendous mosaics.

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Hidden Rome 

Discover underground 1st 2nd and 3rd centuries Roman houses with impressively preserved pagan and Christian frescoes, hidden under the churches of St. John and Paul and of St. Clement (photo of apse mosaic). In the latter part of the house was transformed in a mithraic  temple. Then visit the archaeological ruins of the magnificent Domus Aurea, emperor Nero's Golden House with frescoes and plaster bas reliefs. See the Octagonal Hall which must have been splendid.

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Quirinal Palace & Surroundings 

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Visit of Quirinal Square (fountain of Dioscuri photo) and of the sumptuous apartments of the Quirinal Palace, previous royal palace, presently the official seat of Italy's President. Discover Baroque architecture visiting the enthralling Churches of St. Andrew a masterpiece by Bernini and St. Charles (San Carlino) by his rival architect Borromini. Walk to Trinity Square (top of Spanish Steps), Spanish Square and Via Condotti.

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Fees: meals, public transportation (taxis, metros, buses) and museum or monument entrance fees (indicated on the tour information schedule) are not included and must be paid by the client on the spot. When requested and when it is possible, we may purchase tickets beforehand and we may book a selected restaurant.

Languages availability: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. Other languages on demand.

Please notice: we may easily adapt our tours to meet your requirements.

Booking: Tours should be pre-booked at least 15 days prior to your scheduled arrival. Anyhow you may always send us an e-mail at any time and we will make all the efforts to meet your requirements.








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