Departure time: 05:30
- Guided tour
- Guest assistance
- Ice cream
What's not included:
Our tour will start from Piazza di Spagna,
at the bottom of the spectacular steps of Trinità dei Monti
, right in front of the Barcaccia Fountain, created in 1629 by Pietro Bernini and his son, the famous Gian Lorenzo.Walking through Piazza Mignanelli
(which is where Valentino’s ateliers is located), we will reach the Fontana di Trevi
, the biggest in Rome, created by Nicola Salvi in 1735: many says that
it looks like it leans on one side of Palazzo Poli. The Fountain,
already famous all over the world as a masterpiece of late Baroque era,
has become a must see thanks to Federico Fellini’
s movie La dolce vita
In the movie, Anita Ekberg takes a bath in the fountain after a crazy
night with Marcello Mastroianni. The legend says that whoever toss a
coin in the water will come back to the Eternal City.
After a short walk we will arrive at Piazza Colonna
, whose name derives from the Marco Aurelio Column
: from here you will admire Palazzo Chigi (House of Italian Government) and Montecitorio
(House of the Italian Chamber).In few minutes you'll reach Piazza del Pantheon
. The Pantheon is a round building, commissioned by emperor Marco
Vespasiano Agrippa in 27 B.C. It is dedicated to all past, present and future divinities. Moreover,
It has been transformed in a christian cathedral in the VII century: it
keeps the tombs of some Kings of Italy and the tomb of the painter
Raffaello Sanzio.The cupola of the cathedral has a hole in the middle
and it is the only light source inside the Pantheon.Wandering
through the alleys in the centre of Rome and walking in front of
Palazzo Madama (house of the Senate), we will see the church of San Luigi dei Francesi
, where we will find three Caravaggio’s paintings, inside the Contarelli chapel: Saint Mathew's martyrdom, Saint Mathew and the Angel, and Saint Mathew's Vocation.
The tour will bring you to Piazza Navona
. In the ancient times it was the
stadium where the athletics competition were held. The square's
modification as we see it today is due to the noble Pamphili family,
which was Pope Innocenzo X's family (a descendant of Lucrezia Borgia)
who transformed it in a masterpiece of the Baroque era. At the centre
there is the magnificent fountain of the 4 rivers (the Danube, the
Gange, the Nile and the Rio de la Plata) created by Bernini. In
front of the fountain there is the suggestive Saint Agnes church
designed by Francesco Borromini, Bernini's rival.
After a good, typical italian coffee break, we will proceed to Piazza Campo de’ Fiori
, with its famous statue made by Giordano Bruno. He used to be a philosopher sentenced to death in the inquisition era and burned alive in 1600.
Moreover, we will walk through the short via dei Baullari (a street full of small, famous boutiques and restaurants) and reach Piazza Farnese, where you will admire Palazzo Farnese.
The building was designed in 500 by designers Michelangelo Buonarroti, Antonio da Sangallo, Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola and Alessandro Farnese (which became Pope Paul III in 1534). Nowadays, the building hosts the french Embassy.
Our team is ready to answer all your questions, from monday to saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (gmt+1)
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