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For visitors who have already been to the Colosseum and the Vatican and would like a more in-depth look at Rome's artistic, architectural, and cultural history, we also offer special guided tours, organized around a specific theme or time period. Tours last anywhere from two to four hours and are led by English speaking, university educated guides. Travel is on foot, by taxi, public transportation, or chartered vehicle, depending on the itinerary and client's wishes. This tours must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance. Prices and quote upon request.
The first settlement of Ostia Antica can be traced back to the beginning of the 4th century B.C., immediately after the defeat of the Etruscan town of Veio, situated on the right bank of the Tiber river , which fell to the Roman army in 396 B.C. Only...[more]
Ambitious building projects from the 1920s to the 1940s are still visible around the city, and would have been even more widespread had the Fascist regime lasted longer.
Fascist architecture appears here and there in the historical center of Rome,...[more]
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, M...[more]
While the Renaissance left its mark in Rome, it was truly the art and architecture of the 17th century that by and large defined the modern appearance of the Eternal City.
The 1600s in Rome meant High Baroque, a period characterized by theatrical,...[more]
Undoubtedly there is no city in the world that has more waters and fountains than Rome. It has been thus since ancient times, when 11 aqueducts supplied thousands and thousands of lietres of water to the city each day, feeding the countless fountains...[more]
The tour is organized to search for the numerous relics of saints in the eternal city. From the Basilia of Santa Maria Maggiore, where according to legend is preserved the "sacred cradle," the manger in which, according to the Gospels, Jesus was depo...[more]
Following the penetration of the Greek culture in the 2nd century B.C, Rome has been characterised by the presence of vast green areas. The city became the vouge for rich and noble Romans to attach their names to sumptuos gardens, called Horti.