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Excursions

We organize personalized sightseeing tours and individual excursions, small groups with expert and qualified multilingual guides, to offer you an extraordinary experience to discover Rome and its neighbors “jewels”, such as: Tivoli, Ostia Antica and the Castelli Romani, other pearls in Lazio ... and also Tuscany, Umbria and the Bay of Naples..

VATICAN CITY

VATICAN CITY
The tour begins with the Vatican Museums which houses the richest collection of antique objects in the world. Visit the rooms of Raffaello, painted for Pope Julius II, and his innummere galleries: the Candelabrum Gallery, the Tapestries Gallery and the Geographical Maps Gallery. See the stunning Sistine Chapel where you will see the splendid ceiling and the Michelangelo's “Creation”. Visit the St. Peter's Basilica with “La Pietà” by Michelangelo and the Bernini's baroque monuments.
At the end of your sightseeing tour, stroll through the spectacular Piazza San Pietro, dominated by the imposing Michelangelo's dome and surrounded by the colonnade of 284 columns by Bernini.

VATICAN CITY

VATICAN CITY
Visit the magnificent staircase of Piazza di Spagna the most famous stairs in the world, the Trevi Fountain, a late baroque creation where the legend assures your return to Rome if you throw one or two coins behind you into the fountain. The ancient pagan temple of the Pantheon which has been surprisingly preserved over time and is a symbol of Western architecture. The tour ends in Piazza Navona adorned by Bernini's baroque masterpiece, the Fontana del 4 fiumi .

… and, on request, the Jewish ghetto in the center of Rome and the quaint neighborhood of Trastevere, and much more.

ANCIENT ROME

ANCIENT ROME
Visit the Circus Maximus, the largest Roman circus used only for chariot racing; the Colosseum, the most majestic amphitheater ever built whose original name was Flavian Amphitheater, built by the emperor Vespasiano and place assigned to host the “Naumachie” or naval battles, the “Numera” or fights between gladiators and the “Venationes”, or hunting trips with wild animals; the Arco di Costantino, a huge triple arch built in 315 AD. in commemoration of the Costantino emperor's victory against Massenzio which symbolizes the passage from pagan Rome to Christian Rome.

Enjoy a walk in the Roman Forum, the center of the commercial, political and religious life of ancient Rome. Continue until the Campidoglio, on the Capitoline Hill, the most sacred of ancient Rome and now the Municipality of the city, where stands the splendid square place designed by Michelangelo, a perfect example of Renaissance harmony.

The tour ends at Piazza Venezia, where you can admire the “Vittoriano”, an imposing altar dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of Italy.

CHRISTIAN ROME

CHRISTIAN ROME
After visiting the main Basilicas of Rome: San Giovanni in Laterano, the Cathedral of Rome, the Catacombs with memories of innummerevoli martyrs, the Basilica of San Paolo with its majestic columns, the golden ceiling, the best mosaics and the splendid portico, Santa Maria Maggiore with the relics of the nativity scene of Bettlemme.

Crossing the Tiber visit the St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church in the world, which houses Michelangelo's “La Pietà”, Bernini's Baldacchino, the Pope's altar and Michelangelo's Dome.