The Vatican City

The Vatican City

IN SHORT: This is the most popular tour among tourists visiting Rome for the first time: the rich artcollection of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo, St. Peter’s Basilica and its immense square. IN MORE DETAIL: The tour concentrates on...
Squares and fountains in the heart of Rome

Squares and fountains in the heart of Rome

IN SHORT: This, too, is one of the top three tours, certainly not to be missed by those visiting Rome for the first time. It includes the three most important and monumental squares: Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. IN MORE DETAIL:...
Medieval Times… how passionate!

Medieval Times… how passionate!

IN SHORT: This is a tour in search of sparkling mosaics, magical cloisters, and pure architecture. Roman Medieval times, not yet trodden by masses of tourists, will enchant you! IN MORE DETAIL: The Medieval period is incorporated in the anatomy of the city,...
The Appian Way, a bridge towards the Magna Graecia

The Appian Way, a bridge towards the Magna Graecia

IN SHORT: By car with some portions on foot or, even better, entirely by bike. Dive into the poetic Queen of the Roman consular roads, through monumental gates, tombs, imperial villas and medieval fortresses. IN MORE DETAIL: Wars and trade brought about the...
The Sweet Life at the Roman Baths

The Sweet Life at the Roman Baths

IN SHORT:  a tour designed to discover the Baths of Diocletian, the biggest in ancient Rome, with a passage to the churches of Santa Maria degli Angeli and San Bernardo, which were part of the bath complex in ancient times. IN MORE DETAIL: a huge public bath facility...
All that is underground: Catacombs, houses and churches

All that is underground: Catacombs, houses and churches

IN SHORT: Under shining mosaics of medieval churches we find our way to Roman ancient roman houses. We explore the undergrounds of San Clemente and San Giovanni e Paolo. IN MORE DETAIL: Few steps from the Colosseum is the church of San Clemente. Underneath there are 2...