No other city in the world has a concentration of sculptures and art like Rome does.
However to visit this amazing city and the most important attribute is the fact that majority of its art and sculpture are all located out in the open air and in order to see all these beautiful sites you need the right guide. This guided tour has been designed to guide people who love the beauty of historic arts and who will no doubt fall in love with what has been named the Eternal City.
First Stop: “Piazza di Spagna”. This romantic hot spot of the Eighth-Century Roman era with its beautiful stone bricks dedicated to the “Trinità dei Monti” and the mystical fountain of “Barcaccia”. This square for centuries has been the cross roads of many cultures and much loved by the English poet John Keats who lived out his last couple of years of his life.
After walking through the small windy streets of the heart of the historic city you will arrive to one of the most elegant and world-famous spots, the “Trevi Fountain”. The Trevi Fountain is by far one of the most famous fountain in the world especially thanks to one of Italy’s most awarded director, “Federico Fellini”, who made the fountain famous in his Hollywood block buster “La Dolce Vita”. It’s essential that whilst at the fountain our guest involve themselves in the most ancient of traditions of throwing a coin into the fountain to make the wishes come true, but be worn that the coin must be thrown with their back facing the fountain and using the right hand going over the left shoulder for the wish to come true to return to the Eternal City once more.
The guided tour of the “Pantheon” will allow our guest to discover the secrets that this amazing building where the sacrum and history meets hand in hand in a clear perfection of historical extravagant proportions. The old temple of the gods now hosts the tombs of the first kings of Italy and also the famous renascence painter Raffaello Sanzio.
The tour will the conclude in the splendid and refined “Piazza Navona”, with its beautiful outstanding fountain of “Dei Quattro Fiumi” by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and the Basilica of Saint Agnese in Agone by Francesco Borromini. At the time there was a big revelry between the two sculptures so much so that is believed that the statue who represents the “Fiume Nilo” was interpreted as a sign of dislike towards Borromini. Hear can be found some of the best-looking building that Rome has to offer which belongs to the Renascences era.
The Tour includes:
Local tourist guide in Italian, English (other languages on request)
Pick up from Port of Civitavecchia / Fiumicino Airport / Ciampino Airport / Railway Stations / Hotel in Rome, with minivan equipped for disabled people (round trip)
During the celebration of the Holy Masses at the Pantheon (holidays 10.30am, Saturday 5.00pm) admission is allowed only to attend the religious service. It will therefore be closed for visits from 10.15am to 12.00am (holidays) and 4.45pm to 6.00pm (Saturday). Paid entry € 2.00 from 2 May 2018.