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Vatican Tour

Posted on nov 21, 2012

Vatican Tour

VATICAN MUSEUM,  Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s… The Holy See, a sovereign state since 1929, contains within its walls some of the world’s greatest masterpieces of art and architecture. Our tour will start at the VATICAN MUSEUM, whose world-renowned art collection was first established in 1500. In the astonishing Picture-Gallery you will admire paintings by such masters as Giotto, Raphael,Leonardo Da Vinci, and Caravaggio. The Ancient Statuary Collection is home to theLaocoon, a Hellenistic Greek statue of unparalleled technical virtuosity. Its sublime depiction of...

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Ancient Rome Tour

Posted on ott 30, 2012

Ancient Rome Tour

Ancient Rome Tour Coliseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, Pantheon, St. Angel Castle… According to an ancient prophecy as long as the Coliseum stands, Rome will stand. When the Coliseum collapses, Rome will collapse. When Rome collapses, the world will collapse. Walking through the ruins of the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, and the Coliseum the grandeur of Roman civilization will come to life with its refined entertainments, spectacles, secrets, political intrigues, and religious and triumphant celebrations. And after seeing the Pantheon, an immense and powerful round temple with a...

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Baroque-Renaissance Rome

Posted on set 25, 2012

Baroque-Renaissance Rome

Throught Baroque – Renaissance Rome “Quod non fecerunt barbari fecerunt Barberini” (“What the barbarians did not do, the Barberini have done”) Masterpieces by Michelangelo, Bernini, Borromini and Caravaggio can be seen during the tour. The promenade starts on the Capitoline, one of the Seven Hills of Rome, and the most important, for here in ancient Rome stood the Temple of Jupiter. The impressive square with its three magnificent palaces leads to the Cordonata, the wide staircase that we will descend. Both are masterpieces of Michelangelo. Walking through the city...

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Underground Rome

Posted on ago 25, 2012

Underground Rome

Underground Rome Underground Rome tour. If you have already seen the highlights of Rome and you want to discover something new but still interesting and amazing, one of the most fascinating adventures is to descend into the city beneath the city, where you will find sites such as the Church of St. Clement, or the Domus Aurea, the home of the emperor Nero. St. Clement is the building that best represents the architectural palimpsest that is Rome. It contains the most varied historical stratification. Descending to the third level, we will find ourselves on an ancient Roman street, with...

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Ides of March – On the footsteps of Julius Caesar

Posted on lug 26, 2012

Ides of March – On the footsteps of Julius Caesar

Ides of March - On the footsteps of Julius Caesar “Veni, Vidi, Vici ” – ” I Came, I Saw, I Conquered” The dictator for life Caius Julius Caesar was stabbed on March 15th – 44 B.C.. The Ides of March in the Roman calendar. A day still celebrated by some people who leave flowers on the spot where the body of Caesar was cremated. In our tour we’ll go through the moments preceding the murder and show what is left from the building where he died, the Senate House of the theatre of Pompeus. Why not in the Curia, the main seat of the Senate? Why the...

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Trastevere Tour

Posted on giu 26, 2012

Trastevere Tour

Trastevere Tour Its Latin name, “Trans Tiberim,” means “across the Tiber.” From the Janiculum Hill we will walk through this very popular and picturesque district, admiring first of all the gorgeous scenery of Rome, then the perfectly proportioned Tempietto of  Bramante, a little, circular Renaissance Chapel. The Villa Farnesina, an exquisite Renaissance villa, built in the area where in the first century B.C. Julius Caesar’s palace was located and where he lodged Cleopatra. From here Cleopatra and her illegitimate son by Caesar, Caesarion, escaped by boat after...

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Ostia Antica – Rome’s Ancient Sea Port

Posted on mag 26, 2012

Ostia Antica – Rome’s Ancient Sea Port

Ostia Antica According to Virgil, Aeneas disembarked here… Ostia because of its commercial seaport was a very busy and cosmopolitan town. Its main streets lined with shops and a full range of other buildings, including a bakery and a laundry, a Forum with the Curia and the Temple of Jupiter, as well as a residential district and spa complex. A variety of temples, like the synagogue and the temple of Cibele and Mithras, have also been discovered. The Roman Theatre, still in use today, is magnificent and faces the square of the Corporation, decorated with mosaics representing ancient...

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Tivoli Gardens

Posted on apr 26, 2012

Tivoli Gardens

                        The unique contest of Tivoli, its landscape, art and history which includes the important ruins of ancient villas such as the Hadrian Villa, as well as a zone rich in caves and waterfalls, is the best location for the Villa d’Este, masterpiece of the Italian garden. With its impressive concentration of fountains, nymphs and grottoes is also the perfect tour in a hot Roman summer day. Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este, Governor of Tivoli, grandson of Pope Alexander VI Borgia and son of Lucretia Borgia,...

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Hadrian Villa

Posted on apr 26, 2012

Hadrian Villa

A large Roman archaeological complex 20 miles east of Rome, the Villa in the II century A.D. The Villa Adriana was  the retreat of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, who disliked the Palace on the Palatine Hill in Rome. During the later years of his reign he governed the Empire from the Villa attended by a large court who lived there permanently. A complex of 30 magnificent buildings covering an area of 250 acres, part of it still not exscavated, was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, recreating a sacred landscape. During the visit you will see some of the best preserved...

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Cruise Ship Excursion

Posted on mar 26, 2012

Cruise Ship Excursion

Cruise Ship Excursion For travellers arriving by ship: A one-day tour with a limo or minivan. The driver will meet you as you disembark at the port, and then will drive you into Rome, where I will accompany you on a day tour of the Eternal City. The driver will then take you back to the port of...

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Rome Highlights Tour and Photoshoot

Posted on feb 14, 2012

Rome Highlights Tour and Photoshoot

 GET READY FOR THE PAPARAZZI! I will arrange a guided tour and while you will discover the most unique and panoramic sites of Rome, magic pictures of you will be taken by a professional photographer who will capture the essence of a day that you will never forget *you and your wife *you and your family *only...

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Vip Sistine Chapel

Posted on gen 21, 2012

Vip Sistine Chapel

Sistine Chapel private tour made exclusively for you after hour once in a life time experience! After closing time, at  7.00 pm we will start the private tour avoiding all the day crowd, you will enjoy Michelangelo’s magnificent frescoes and other treasures of the Vatican Museum, the Candelabra and the Tapestries Gallery, the Geographical maps Gallery and the Raphael Rooms. Only you and your dear ones, or other members of your party will be inside the silent Sistine Chapel, feeling its majesty and grandeur and appreciating the outstanding Michelangelo’s unique masterpiece of...

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Roman Holiday Tour

Posted on gen 19, 2012

Roman Holiday Tour

“Roman Holiday” won three Oscars and has been one of the most beloved movies for generations. Starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. Apart from the two gorgeous protagonists Rome appears in all its splendor and makes you want to visit. Tis tour is an escape around Rome admiring the famous sites of the storyline and reminding the romantic episodes of the movie: The tour will follow, in sequence all the locations: Coliseum,Capitoline HillMouth of TruthCastel Sant’AngeloSpanish StepsPantheonVenetian...

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