Roma-Amor: una visita privata completa delle Piazze e delle Fontane della Città

Mascherine e distanziamento sociale obbligatori. Tour a piedi di mezza giornata a Roma: Il miglior tour privato alla scoperta delle piazze e delle fontane della città eterna Vedremo la Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Navona, il Vecchio Ghetto Ebraico, il Colosseo (all'esterno), il Foro Romano, l'Isola Tiberina, il Pantheon (all'interno), Campo dei Fiori, l'Isola Tiberina, Trastevere. Se richiesto possiamo prevedere di essere alla fine dei Musei Vaticani o dell'area Archeologica (vedi tour relativi)

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Tour Museos Vaticanos, Capilla Sixtina and Basilica de san Pedro VIP

Explore the vast galleries of the Vatican Museums and admire Michelangelo's extraordinary frescoes in the Sistine Chapel with a guided tour of the Vatican. With this tour, you will save time on lines with special priority access to both the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica. You will be amazed by the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Giotto while your guide takes you through the galleries that provide information on the history and meaning of these famous works of art. See the highlights of the Vatican Museums with a guided tour Save time with priority access to the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica Admire the works of art by masters such as Raphael, Michelangelo and more Listen to the stories and legends behind these famous masterpieces

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Museos Vaticanos y Capilla Sixtina express

Tour one of the holiest sites in the Christendom. Walk through the Vatican Museums, a splendid collection of the Popes, containing classic sculptures and masterpieces from all time periods. Unique opportunity to admire works by Raphael, Giotto and Caravaggio. Admire Michelangelo’s breath-taking ceiling of the Sistine Chapel Learn about the history of the Vatican State, the smallest country in the World, considered also one of the most important places in the history of the human civilization.

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Audiencia Papal y Museos Vaticanos

Visit to the Vatican

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Capitoline Museums, private transfer/Museos Capitolinos, traslados privados

This tour is a wonderful trip in the Roman history, since the foundaton up to Renaissance. The first museum in the world opened by the Popes. A wide collection of paintings, statues and decorations coming from the Eternal City and donated to the Roman citizens, on the Capitoline Hill Square , where the ancient romans built one of their most important pagan temple.

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Museos Vaticanos y Capilla Sixtina - GUIADO ESPAÑOL TOUR with fast track

The tour starts with the Vatican Museums, where since 1503 the popes have collected all the works of art over the course of several years. With the works of Raphael (The cartoons of the tapestries, The Transfiguration), Leonardo da Vinci (San Girolamo), Caravaggio (The deposition of Christ), Giotto (The Stefaneschi triptych), only some of the most famous. Finally you will arrive at the Stanze di Raffaello: four frescoed rooms began in 1508. Finally you will arrive at the famous Sistine Chapel: it was entirely frescoed by Michelangelo and represents a spectacular place that you would never want to leave. The tour will end in the Sistine Chapel where you can continue independently in St. Peter's Square with its wonderful Bernini columns, symbol of the embrace between the church and the Christian world.

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Son tures guiados los llevan to visit the museos vaticanos y la Capilla Sixtina

when you do the tour, you save a lot of time, so you don't have to do any kind of filla

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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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World War Tour in Rome

This historical tour will take you to the sites where the Italian partisans fought to prepare the entry of the allied troops in Rome. You will visit the SS headquarters and the Museo Storico della Liberazione in via Tasso, and the prison where people considered enemies of Nazi Germany were tortured and killed by the SS troops. You will go to Via Rasella where, on March 23rd 1944, the Italian partisans killed 32 SS soldiers causing the retaliation of General Kappler, who ordered the execution of 320 Italian citizens in the Fosse Ardeatine. After that we will go to visit the Italian most important air-raid shelter system, which was built between 1940 and 1943 to protect Benito Mussolini and his family.

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Jewish Ghetto and Synagogue

Jewish ghetto, Main Synagogue and the Jewish Museum of Rome: an amazing tour lasting 2000 years: getting to know this historic area of the city is an unforgettable experience. You will enjoy an authentic immersion into the history, culture and traditions of one of the oldest communities in Europe. Our guides are allowed to accompany you inside the Jewish Museum and the Main Synagogue and share with you family family anecdotes and secular traditions. Want to know more? In 1555 a ghetto was established on the banks of the Tiber River: it was essentially a prison-neighborhood within Rome, surrounded by fences and gates. It was not until 1848 that Pope Pius IX ordered the dismantling. The Great Synagogue was inaugurated in 1904 and it is a symbol of the emancipation achieved by Roman Jews after the abolition of the ghetto. Today, the former ghetto is a lively area, frequented night and day by both tourists and Romans: everyone can find a reason to fall in love with the Jewish quarter.

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