Rome

Rome

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Italy I Love You will be thrilled to witness and provide you with a wonderful stay in Rome, the Capital of Italy, simply one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Rome is absolutely an enchanting place, where history, culture and traditions come together, an open-air museum with endless architectural beauty. As a starting point, Italy I Love You offers a Personal Concierge service in Rome. Thanks to our services, you can get unlimited access to tickets for all major historic monuments of the city. In addition, there are several personalized and guided tours with a private chauffeur. In Rome, the main itineraries to visit include the following:

 

  • Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Tour: a wonderful tour of the Vatican Museums with a visit to the Sistine Chapel, two of the greatest landmarks of the city of Rome. This is the one of the most important museum complexes in the entire world that attracts millions of tourists on a yearly basis. Enjoy our services to pre-book your ticket and simply skip the line. The tour of the Vatican Museums covers the most interesting sites: the Belvedere Courtyard, the Round Hall, the Gallery of the Candelabra, the Room of Raphael and, most importantly, the inevitable Sistine Chapel. Within this magnificent establishment, there are several museums: the Gregorian Etruscan Museum, the Gregorian Egyptian Museum, the Gregorian Profane Museum, and the Vatican Library Museum. Due to our guide services, you can easily visit the Sistine Chapel, and immediately after reach saint Peter’s Basilica to closely admire Michaelangelo’s immense masterpiece, La Pietà. The entire tour will last about 3 hours.

 

  • Ancient Rome Tour: another inevitable stop and not to be missed in the capital is our tour of Ancient Rome. A path that meanders through monuments and discovers the ancient city and the most worldwide known sites: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, Circus Maximus, and Campidoglio. The tour begins with the Imperial Rome, visiting the Flavian Amphitheater (the Colosseum), a magnificent structure built in 80 B.C., and used by the Ancient Romans as an amphitheater for the battles between animals and Gladiators. Afterwards, the Roman Forum, rising in the valley between Palatino and Campidoglio, which was the city political and religious center during the Empire. Here, it is still possible to visit the Senate of Ancient Rome, the Temple of the Vestal Virgins, the tomb of Julius Caesar, and the Nerva Forum. The Palatine Hill is another marvelous hill of Rome, one of the seven hills where, according to legend, the city was founded. It was the seat chosen by all emperors as their residence; nowadays, it is one of the most evocative places to visit during a tour in Rome. Also, Circus Maximus, which in ancient times was used to host chariot and horse races. It still represents one of the greatest highlights of the city. The Ancient Rome Tour lasts between 3 – 4 hours.

 

  • Tour Baroque Rome: an immersion into the Baroque, the artistic and architectural movement of the 17th century, whose traces are deeply present in the capital. Some of the highlights of the Baroque Rome tour include: the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and Piazza Navona, three of the most evocative places in Italy. Piazza di Spagna is one of the symbolic centers of Rome with the Barcaccia, the Spanish Steps, the Colonna dell’Immacolata Concezione. Fontana di Trevi is one of the largest fountains in the world and one of the most famous. This is thanks to the legendary film ‘La Dolce Vita’ by Federico Fellini; and to the legend that should a visitor throw a coin in water of the Trevi Fountain, he/she is certain to return to Rome. Finally, the Piazza Navona, known in the world for the dispute between Borromini and Bernini, as well as the Fountain of the Four Rivers, in the middle of the square. The tour of Baroque Rome ends with visits to Montecitorio, the seat of Parliament; Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Government; Palazzo Madama, the Senate. The entire tour lasts about 3 hours.

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