Palazzo Massimo and Diocletian's Baths Private Tour Lead by Phd Guide Donato

Discover one of the world’s most impressive ancient Roman art collections on this 3-hour private tour of Palazzo Massimo and the Diocletian’s baths. Meet your guide at the entrance of Palazzo Massimo and venture into see the spectacular collections of classical art, as you listen to your expert guide give you insight into the individual paintings. Observe the Boxer at Rest, which represents ancient boxing techniques and see the famous Discus Thrower that illustrates historical Olympic games. Take the time to wander through and admire the original painted rooms belonging to Empress Livia, Augustus' wife. Visit the Diocletian Baths, named after the Emperor Diocletian, the largest public baths in Ancient Rome, which held up to 3000 people at one time. Learn how the baths were converted into the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, an exquisite architecture that reflects the history of an ancient bath house, built by Michelangelo.

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Rome: Private Guided Tour of Palazzo Massimo & the Diocletian's Baths

If you're looking to see ancient Roman art, then Palazzo Massimo is for you! On this 3-hour private tour you'll discover many treasures from the past and you'll visit the ancient Baths of Diocletian too. Meet your local guide at the entrance of Palazzo Massimo and enter in to visit the spectacular collections of classical art. Gain insight into the individual pieces, the palace and its history as you take in the many highlights on display. From crowns and jewels on the basement level, to Greek and Roman statues on the first floor and magnificent frescoes and mosaics on the second floor. Some of the artworks you won't want to miss are the Boxer at Rest and the famous Discus Thrower that illustrates historical Olympic games. Visit the Diocletian Baths, named after Emperor Diocletian, the largest public baths in Ancient Rome, which held up to 3000 people at one time. See how the baths have been converted into the Santa Maria degli Angeli church built by Michelangelo.

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Skip the Line: National Roman Museum and Diocletian Thermal Baths Walking Tour

Venture into the Palazzo Massimo for 2-hours with your local guide to discern one of the world's most impressive collections of ancient Roman art. Witness famous sculptures like the Boxer at Rest, Discus Thrower and Sleeping Hermaphrodite. Explore the stunning painted rooms from the Villa of Empress Livia, colorful original mosaics, Ancient coins, and jewels.

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Terme Di Caracalla In 4d

The Baths of Caracalla or Antoniniane are one of the most magnificent examples of imperial baths in Rome, still preserved for most of their structure and free from modern buildings. These public baths were the most impressive ever built in the Roman Empire until the inauguration of the baths of Diocletian (306). They mainly served the residents of the I, II and XII Augustan region (all the area between Celio, Aventino and Circo Massimo). This tour is unique in its kind thanks to the video mirrors provided by us, able to bring you back in time with the virtual reconstruction of the 4 dimension, with which you can admire the true historical era.

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Rome Walking Tour: Mary and Saint's Churches

Explore some of the religious history of Rome through churches dedicated to Mary and the Saints, including relics, apparitions, and shrines, on this 3-hour tour. Visit the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri before continuing to the Church of Santa Maria della Victoria holding the then-controversial and powerful Baroque statue of the Ecstasy of Teresa by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Enter the Church of Saint Susanna at the Baths of Diocletian built over the site of a house church dating back to the 3rd century AD. See San Andrea della Frate – a Marian apparition site linked with Bernini and St. Maximilian Kolbe. Continue on to the 8th century Church of San Silvestro in Capite which hold fragments of the head of John the Baptist. Finally, the Church of the Twelve Holy Apostles tells its stories through relics of the apostles.

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Private Group Tour - Skip the line: ONCE UPON A TIME THE ROMANS

A half day tour in the oustanding Museo Nazionale Romano, where Roman artistic treasures are kept, and Michelangelo became architect. Ancient Rome and the Colosseum are huge and overwhelming, but where is all the precious art gone? That's kept in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo and Terme di Diocleziano.  *The entrance to the Basilca requires appropriate clothing: shorts, miniskirts and uncovered shoulders are not allowed Coronavirus information: Below a brief list of the measures will be taken to ensure the safety of customers during the tours and on board our vehicles: - gloves and surgery masks; - disinfectant gel - Sanitization of vehicles at the end of each tour - staff, assistants, guides, drivers wearing masks and gloves - preventive information to the customer once on board the vehicles - the capacity of minivans and groups will be regulated according to the law and regulations of the virus corona in customer protection

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Small Group Tour - Skip the line: ONCE UPON A TIME THE ROMANS

A half day tour in the oustanding Museo Nazionale Romano, where Roman artistic treasures are kept, and Michelangelo became architect. Ancient Rome and the Colosseum are huge and overwhelming, but where is all the precious art gone? That's kept in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo and Terme di Diocleziano.  *The entrance to the Basilca requires appropriate clothing: shorts, miniskirts and uncovered shoulders are not allowed Coronavirus information: Below a brief list of the measures will be taken to ensure the safety of customers during the tours and on board our vehicles: - gloves and surgery masks; - disinfectant gel - Sanitization of vehicles at the end of each tour - staff, assistants, guides, drivers wearing masks and gloves - preventive information to the customer once on board the vehicles - the capacity of minivans and groups will be regulated according to the law and regulations of the virus corona in customer protection

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Discover the famous seven hills of Rome with the calessino bee

The ape calessino tour allows you to visit most of the city comfortably seated on a vintage vehicle, in perfect Made in Italy style. The tour is on a private basis. Most of our drivers are also licensed tour guides. It is suitable for everyone, from 6 years of age.

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Rome Tailor-Made: Create Your Private Tour

Visiting Rome is all about the fun of planning the details of your trip. What’s better than having your own personal travel guide? Whether you have already visited the beaten paths, or you just want to ditch the set itineraries and build your own custom-made one, Rome is now at your feet. You guessed it, now you're the designer! Start with picking up one of our adjustable itineraries and duration. Once in Rome, meet your guide at your accommodation and just outline the desired content of your tour. Your private local guide will answer all your questions, disclose the amazing secrets of the Eternal city, and lead your tour according to your very own interests and needs. There's even more! Thinking about giving a gift with a difference? Buy this package for a friend or loved one and provide your lucky recipient with a real life experience in any of our list of options. It's simple and easy: all you need to do is choose the date, tour duration and number of participants!

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Roman walks: unusual squares and fountains of Rome

Meeting with the Italian escort Bonjour Italie at the Termini Station at 10:00. From there the tour will begin, immersing yourself in the unusual squares and fountains of the Capital: you will reach Piazza della Repubblica with its fountain of the Naiads. Walking with the guide, you will reach the Fountain of Moses or the Acqua Felice, and then continue towards the center of Baroque architecture, Piazza Barberini, dominated by the Triton fountain and the outlet point of Via Veneto, the way of the “Dolce Vita ". Leaving the baroque behind you, you will always go into Portuguese along the streets of the old town, skirting the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, and finally arriving near S. Ivo alla Sapienza, now a state archive, but already home to the La Sapienza University of Rome. The walk will end in Piazza Sant’Eustachio with its homonymous fountain, here you can enjoy a great coffee in one of Rome's oldest cafes!

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