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Guidelines for the tourist!

Rome is the city of unforgettable images: view of the outlines of the city at dawn from the highest hill of the city - Janiculum, columns and ruins of temples of the Roman Forum, the dome of St. Peter on the background of bright crimson sunset colors - all this leaves a deep imprint in the memory. People always visited Rome. Not in vain it is believed that "all roads lead to Rome" to this day. People come here for inspiration. In the XIX century Rome was literally flooded with poets and artists of all nationalities, among them were Goethe, Stendhal and Henry James. Famous English Romantics - Byron, Keats and Shelley admired Roman ruins. Immersion in the culture of the city, wandering through the ruins of the Colosseum, experiencing awe of the Pantheon, visiting St. Peter's Basilica and throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain, you can finally take a break and with pleasure immerse yourself in the charm of the Roman evening. Sitting in one of the many cafes, you can watch how summer twilight sunset convey tone, as if scarlet flows into gold and copper before night will enter into its own. From this moment awakens another Rome, restaurants and cafes become even livelier, especially those that are on the ancient areas or along the narrow alleys in the neighborhood of Trastevere. After dinner, you can safely walk along the fountains or Piazza Navona, feeling all the beauty of the Roman night.

 

Walking Tour – 3 hours

You will see:

• Colosseum (outside)

• Roman Forum

• Capitol Hill

• Pl. Venice

• Pantheon

• Pl. Columns

• Trevi Fountain

• Pl. Spain

 

Auto tour (by car / minibus), duration 4 hours

You will see:

• Pl. Venice

• Capitol Hill

• Forum

• Colosseum (visiting)

• Baths of Caracalla

• Aventine hill (as well as the residence of the Knights of Malta gate where you can see through the keyhole right state 3)

• The Big Circus

• Imperial Palaces

• Forum Boario

• on-in Tiberina

• Sq. St. Peter and St. Peter's Cathedral (outside)

• Castle Sant'Angelo

• Pl. Navona

• Pantheon

• Sq. Columns

• Trevi Fountain

• Sq. Spain

• Sq. People

• Villa Borghese

• st. Vittorio Veneto (shown in the film by Federico Fellini's "Dolce Vita")

• Pl. Barberini

 

Combined tour (walking + auto) – 4 hours

You will see:

• Meeting at the Coliseum

• visiting the Colosseum

o further - tour by car / minivan:

• Pl. Venice

• Capitol Hill

• Roman Forum

• Colosseum (outside)

• Big Circus (Hippodrome for chariot races in ancient Rome) and the ancient imperial palaces

• Forum Boario

• on-in Tiberina

• Pl. St. Peter and St. Peter's Cathedral (outside)

• Castle Sant'Angelo

• Sq. Navona

• Pantheon

• Sq. Columns

• Trevi Fountain

• Pl. Spain

• People's Square

• Villa Borghese

• st. Vittorio Veneto (shown in the film by Federico Fellini's "Dolce Vita")

• Pl. Barberini

 

Tour the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Cathedral - 3.5 hours

You will see: The Pio-Clementine Museum (a collection of antique sculpture: the Apollo Belvedere, the Laocoon, the Belvedere Torso ...) Candelabra Gallery, Gallery of Tapestries, Gallery of Maps. Apartments of Pope Julius II-Raphael Rooms, the Sistine Chapel with frescoes by Michelangelo, St. Peter's Cathedral and Square. St. Peter.

Attention: In St. Peter it is not allowed to enter with open knees and shoulders.

Excursion "Galleria Borghese" - 3  hours

You will see: The Borghese Gallery (GalleriaBorghese) - a museum in Rome, is part of the Villa Borghese. The first floor of the museum is devoted to sculpture, and the second is an art gallery.

The tour is available by reservation only for a few days; starts half an hour before visiting the gallery (for this time you need to buy reserved tickets and handed over to the storage chamber large bags and cameras).

It consists of a collection of paintings of Dutch, Flemish, French, German and Spanish masters, Italian artists of the XVI-XVII centuries (eg, works of da Vinci, Veronese, Correggio, Raphael, Titian, Rubens and many others). Collection of sculptures – works by Alessandro Algardi, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Luigi Valadier and many others.

After enjoying the museum's collection you will walk in the park.

Input sessions every 2 hours: 09.00; 11.00; 13.00; 15.00; 17:00

Closed on Mondays and some holidays.

 

Excursion "Capitoline Museums" - 2 hours

You will see: Capitoline Museums are located in three palaces designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti Capitol Square in Rome: Senatorial Palace, Palazzo Nuovo Conservatives and yard. In a constantly growing XX century a part of the exhibition was moved to a nearby palace Caffarelli-Clementino. "Capitoline Museums" is the oldest museum in the world.

Opening hours: 09.00 - 19.00.

Closed on Mondays and on some holidays