Capitoline Museum ticket price of 12 euros per person can be paid on the spot. The cost of the elevator ride to the top of the Victor Emmanuel Monument is 9 euros per person.
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Churches including Vatican Museums: Dress code! No bare knees, no bare shoulders! This is variously enforced (like everything in Italy), the more important the site, the more vigorously enforced.
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The Capitoline Museums is the world’s first public museum and features the famous collection of rare bronze ancient sculptures donated by Sixtus IV that somehow survived, even when thousands of others were melted down throughout the Middle Ages to make weapons. We'll follow the history of Rome through its art, visiting masterpieces ranging from Renaissance paintings to the incredibly rare bronze and gilded equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, displayed in a new gallery created specifically for it. This poignant portrait of the philosopher emperor is the only known Roman equestrian statue and was only spared because it was thought to be the Christian Emperor Constantine! Another striking bronze is the preternatural Etruscan she-wolf with babies Romulus and Remus, representing the legend of the founding of Rome. The Esquiline Venus, the Dying Gaul, the colossal head, arms and legs of the statue of Emperor Constantine are just a few of the fine sculptures we'll see, clearly showing the stupendous quality of ancient Greek and Roman art. We'll explore the layers of Rome's history hidden within the museums, including ancient Etruscan and Roman temples and passageways and an evocative underground gallery that exposes the ancient temples dating back to the 6th century B.C.E. ending with a magnificent "secret" view over the Roman Forum - a photo opp you won’t want to miss! After our museum visit you may choose to take an elevator ride to the rooftop terrace of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II for what is without doubt the best view of Rome, where your guide will demonstrate the layout of the Eternal City.
Explore the Vatican City and Ancient Rome with a private guided tour of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, and the Colosseum. Skip the line with reserved entry tickets.
Explore the heart of Rome through the eyes of Caravaggio, one of its greatest painters of the Late Renaissance, whose story has fueled countless books and films. Discover Caravaggio’s evocative masterpieces in some of the most beautiful churches and museums in Rome, as we enjoy wandering the cobblestone streets of the Eternal City.
Visit the sumptuous once private villa and gardens of the rich and powerful Borghese family. Uncover a treasure-chest of ancient Roman, Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces at the Galleria Borghese Museum, a collection pieced together by one of Rome’s wealthiest families. Skip the line with reserved entry tickets.
Discover the Eternal City's modern art scene by visiting one of Rome's fabulous modern art museums or commercial art galleries and enjoy a glamorous evening of gallery hopping, chilled prosecco and art chat with one of our art historian guides!
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