Classical Rome Art History Walking Tour
You will start this tour in the elegant Piazza Navona, with its beautiful fountains. From there we visit Palazzo Altemps, a delightful museum with a wonderful display of sculptures. Next stop is the Pantheon, an intact temple dating back to the time of Hadrian (120 AD), famous for its domed roof with a circular opening. The tour concludes at Largo Argentina, where you will find the remains of the site where Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC.
Explore Rome's wealth of history and culture in style on a private walking tour with an art expert. Accompanied by your own private guide who specializes in art history, you'll enjoy personalized attention on your special private tour of classical Rome's cultural highlights.
- Private walking tour of classical Rome's cultural highlights
- Piazza Navona, the sublime Pantheon and Palazzo Altemps
- Choice of morning or afternoon three-hour tours
- Departs from Piazza Navona and concludes at Largo Argentina
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What You Can Expect
Your private art tour starts in Piazza Navona, originally the stadium of Domitian, the venue for Greek-style games and athletics. It is now an elegant piazza surrounded by cafes and bars. In the center are beautiful fountains and the square is very atmospheric, especially at night.
From there we visit Palazzo Altemps, a delightful museum with a wonderful display of Roman sculptures. Nearby is the Pantheon, one of Rome's most stunning monuments and home to the tomb of Raphael. An intact Roman temple dating back to the time of Hadrian (about 120 A.D.), the Pantheon has a beautiful domed roof with a circular opening. If it rains during your visit you'll find it an unforgettable experience!
Leaving the Pantheon, the tour concludes at Largo Argentina, a busy square with the exposed remains of several Roman temples, including the site where Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 B.C.
Please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at the time of booking to alert your guide, so they can prepare for your private tour.Print This Page