Immerse yourself in Rome’s street food scene, where you can sample zucchini flowers, suppli, pastries and pizza whilst enjoying the magnificent sights of ancient Rome.
- Adult 18 and older
- 2 Adults 18 and older
- 3 - 6 Adults 18 and older
- 7 - 10 Adults 18 and older
- Child 6 -17 years old
- Infant Up to 5 years old
Explore the most important hill of Ancient Rome
Learn about antique Roman art by visiting Capitoline Museums. On this small-group tour lead by a local guide, you see sculptures, historic artifacts, jewels, coins, and paintings by Tintoretto, Rubens and other masters.
Meet your guide at the entrance of the Capitoline Museums in the square designed by Michelangelo, and start an amazing journey through some of the most beautiful works of Roman antiquity.
Amongst the many masterpieces, you can admire the Spinario, the bronze statue of a boy removing a spine from the sole of his foot. You also see the symbol of Rome, the bronze she-wolf nursing the twins Romulus and Remus, and you get to know the story of the founding of Rome in full detail.
On the second floor of the palace, you can admire the Pinacoteca, the oldest public collection of paintings, with works by Caravaggio, Titian, Tintoretto and Rubens. You can also admire frescoes and statues from the Renaissance and Baroque Rome. Down on the ground floor, you visit the room hosting the original equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius.
Crossing an underground tunnel to reach the new wing of the Museums, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Roman Forum area. The New Palace collects statues, busts, mosaics of Roman history. Here stands the statue of Marforio, one of the five famous “talking statues” of Rome, the bloggers of the past! This is a tour of great lovers of ancient art!
Piazza del Campidoglio (Capitol Square) – The square designed by Michelangelo
Emperor Marcus Aurelius Statue – The grandest ancient bronze horse statue in the world
Palazzo dei Conservatori – Redesigned by Michelangelo, this is the older area of the museum and hosts collection of Greek, Roman and Egyptian statues.
Palazzo Nuovo – Built in the XVII century, reproducing the exterior design of Palazzo dei Conservatori, hosts statues, mosaics, sarcophagi
The Dying Gaul – A marble statue of a dying gladiator
The Capitoline Venus – A marble statue of the goddess of beauty covering her nudity
Bronze she-wolf nursing Romulus and Remus – The famous symbol of the city of Rome
Marble statue of Cupid and Psyche – One of Italy’s most beautiful sculptures
- Top-rated local guide
- Walking tour
- Skip the line entrance ticket
- Transportation from and to your hotel
- Food and drinks
- On hot summer days, wear a hat and comfortable shoes. Do not forget also to bring a camera to take pictures of the great sites you will see.
- Shoulders and knees should be covered when entering churches.
- Bring a bottle of water with you that you can refill from the beautiful and fresh fountains of Rome with great drinkable water.