basilica of s clemente

The Basilica of S. Clemente and Roman houses of the Celio

The Basilica of S. Clemente Near the Colosseum, along the road connecting the Basilica of S. Giovanni in Laterano, we find the basilica dedicated to St. Clement the Pope, the third successor of Peter, who died around the year 100 AD. The current structure was built in about 1100, above a thick layer of rubble […]

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circus maximus tour

Circus Maximus and the Mouth of the Truth

Aventine Hill The tour will begin at the Aventine Hill, known in the past as Mons Murcius, for the great deal of myrtles that grew there. At the end of the monarchical age, the Aventine Hill hosted many crucial events for the history of Rome. In the time between 494 and 449 BC, the plebeian […]

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tour of the centrale montemartini in rome

Centrale Montemartini

Tour of the Centrale Montemartini in Rome The termal power station dedicated to the alderman Giovanni Montemartini was inaugurated on 1912, along Via Ostiense, in a neighborhood that was under a systematic industrialization. The Centrale Montemartini That area showed huge benefits for the establishment of factories and mills: It was located near the Tiber and […]

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Rome Photo Tour

Photo Tour of Rome at Dawns Find out the tour of Rome designed for photography lovers! A 3-hours guided tour, between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m.: discover the Eternal City while it’s waking up! The Coliseum The photo tour of Rome starts at the Coliseum. Thanks to the first lights of dawn and to the […]

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Castel Sant’Angelo

Tour of Castel Sant’Angelo Castel Sant’Angelo (or Castle of the Holy Angel), our tour’s subject, is the result of the transformation of the funeral monument of the emperor Hadrian. The construction of the mausoleum started in 130 a.D., inspired from the mausoleum of Augustus, and it has been completed only after the death of Antoninus […]

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Rome Food Tour

Rome Food Tour Let’s taste the famous roman pizza! The Rome Food Tour is a walking tour to discover some of the most appetizing bakeries in the Eternal City and taste one of the most tasty and tempting food of the city: the roman pizza! Traditionally, the source of roman pizza bianca (where bianca stays […]

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Villa Giulia

Tour of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia The tour of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia begins less than a km from Porta Flaminia and the famous Piazza del Popolo, a very short distance from Via Flaminia. The Etruscan Museum is hosted in the beautiful Renaissance Villa Giulia, built by Pope Julius […]

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Villa Farnesina

Villa Farnesina in Rome The tour of Villa Farnesina begins in the famous Trastevere neighborhood in Rome, in via Lungara 230. Villa Farnesina was commissioned to the architect Baldassare Peruzzi by the rich Sienese banker Agostino Chigi. The villa was begun in 1506 and in 1511 it was already completed. During the tour itinerary we […]

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L. Pigorini Museum

Tour of “Pigorini” museum The tour of the L. Pigorini Museum, also known as National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography of Rome, begins in the district EUR, designed for the Universal Exhibition of Rome, which was to take place in 1942 to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the fascist march on Rome in 1922, the […]

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Palazzo Massimo

Palazzo Massimo and the National Roman Museum One of the headquarters of the National Roman Museum, a treasure trove of artifacts of ancient Rome, is located in Palazzo Massimo, just a few steps form Termini Station. Palazzo Massimo is a neoclassical building, class=”s1″>built between 1883 and 1887, for the Jesuit Father Massimiliano Massimo, and was […]

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