His intriguing character and the dramatic light effects in his paintings have made Caravaggio one of the most talked-about, “trendy” old masters of our time.
Born near Milan and raised among the Milanese rich and famous in the late 16th century, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio did most of his work in Rome, leaving some 16 paintings here for visitors to see today.
In addition to taking visitors to see the most important pieces around the city, this guided visit will also cast light on Caravaggio’s tumultuous professional and personal life in Rome, bringing you to the scenes of true stories as shocking and dramatic as his paintings themselves.
Sights visited: Galleria Borghese, Santa Maria del Popolo, Sant’ Agostino, San Luigi dei Francesi, Campo de’ Fiori
ENTRANCE FEES TO THE BORGHESE GALLERY ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE TOUR PRICE AND HAVE TO BE PAID ON THE SPOT ON THE DAY OF THE TOUR IN CASH EURO 8,50 PER PERSON
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