Posts Tagged "Rome Tour"

THE DAYS OF ROME

Posted on dic 6, 2012

THE DAYS OF ROME

Exhibition of ancient Roman art on display at the Capitoline Museums The age of balance, is the third installment of the “days of Rome” cycle, of a project dedicated to the timeless story of Rome, from the Republican Era to Late Antiquity, the time when Rome reached her maximum splendor in terms of wealth, power and peace under the reign of four rulers: Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius. A grand artistic splendor, during which a rare social and political equilibrium was reached between Rome and its...

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Rome Cooking Class

Posted on nov 22, 2012

Rome Cooking Class

“When in Rome do as the Romans do“ Get an insider view of Rome taking a cooking class with a truly Roman chef, is a great and fun experience. You can roll up your sleeves and cook with chef Massimo, learn how to prepare a full Italian meal, the recipes are the traditional Rome’s Lazio regional dishes, like: Pasta a la Matriciana, Saltimbocca, Roman style artichokes, tiramisù……enjoy the amusing cooking class preparing different courses, using classic mediterranean ingredients. Of course at the end you will taste the food you have cooked accompanied by a...

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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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Romantic dinner in a noble Palace

Posted on ott 29, 2012

Romantic dinner in a noble Palace

Would you like a very unique place for a special celebration. How many times wondering around the “Eternal City” we are captured by the charm of a luxurious residence and wish to visit it. Rome offers this opportunity! A dinner in an ancient noble Palazzo, right in the heart of the city. The Count in person will welcome and introduce you in the rooms of his beautiful XVII century palace, ornate with precious art pieces and the ancient painting collection. This special dinner can be extended also to small groups and...

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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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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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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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