Explore one of the most famous monuments in the world from all angles: Enjoy extraordinary views of both the interior space of the Colosseum undergrounds and of the whole of Rome from the now accessible third level of the stands. Do not miss this opportunity to more completely understand the colorful past of the Colosseum – book your guided visit with us!
Book your tickets to Italy's most popular attraction: The Vatican Museums. With over twenty museums that draw close to five million visitors annually, the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world also includes Michelangelo's unparalleled Sistine Chapel.
Rome was born here! Visit one of the most famous monumental complexes in the world hassle free: Save time and money with our special Colosseum, Palatine Museum and Roman Forum Combo Ticket, including the audio guide for the Colosseum.
Join the lucky few to visit the outstanding Domus Aurea archaeological site, Nero’s opulent villa, which is opening to the public for guided tours only, on Saturdays and Sundays. The Domus Aurea restoration site reopens with innovative media interventions intended to increase the scientific development of the restoration site.
Add a magical experience to your Rome visit – this exceptional nighttime tour of the Colosseum. Evocative lighting wraps the ancient structures in a magical atmosphere as you explore the undergrounds and archways of the majestic Flavian Amphitheater, symbol of Rome.
Visit Castel Sant'Angelo – archaeological site and museum, with a past as fortress, prison, and papal residence – site of episodes of great artistic and historical importance. The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo is home to numerous collections, which are largely accessible to the general public, including furniture, furnishings, and precious sculpture and paintings. Collections also include valuable Renaissance ceramics and fragments of monumental sculptural decoration of the Roman era, brought to light from the ancient tomb of Hadrian in the course of numerous excavations and restoration.
Visit one of Rome's most fascinating treasures – the remains of the patrician Domus (residential complex) of imperial Rome under Palazzo Valentini. The Domus once belonged to powerful families, and is rich with mosaics, wall decorations, polychrome floors, paving blocks, and other remains. The excavations have been further enhanced with virtual reconstructions, graphics and videos. You'll see walls, rooms, peristyles (columned porches), kitchens, baths, furnishings and decorations all come back to life, as the ruins of this great Domus of ancient Rome are completed and brought to life by projections and light effects.
Enjoy a special privilege and visit the botanical and architectural wonders of the Barberini Gardens at the papal summer residence of Castel Gandolfo, a secret and beautiful place.
Discover the splendor of Palazzo Barberini and the treasures of the National Gallery of Ancient Art, which include a permanent collection with masterpieces by the great masters of Italian and foreign painting, including Raphael and Caravaggio.
Visit Rome's Cinecittà, the city of cinema, imagination, and wonder. Cinecittà is also the city of craftsmanship and technological excellence, which has reflected the historical events of Italy for over 75 years. The Dream Factory opens the doors of the historic film studios in Via Tuscolana to the general public – your opportunity for a rendezvous with film art and the craftsmanship necessary to create the reality and the illusions.
Explore centuries of Rome's fascinating history! Spread over several buildings, including Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, the Crypta Balbi, and the Diocletian Baths, the Roman National Museum preserves the world’s greatest collection of Greco-Roman art. Your combo ticket is valid for eight days and gives you access to all connected museums.
Discover the home of the Roman emperor Augustus, next to that of Livia, his wife. Strategically placed on the Palatine hill, alongside a complex of buildings conceived for the ideological propaganda of the emperor’s power and image, the houses are a window into the fascinating beginnings of the Roman Empire.
Dedicate an entire day to the treasures of the Vatican - both in Rome and at the summer residence in Castel Gandolfo (Alban Hills)! The extraordinary opening of the Vatican - Castel Gandolfo - Albano Laziale railway line offers the opportunity for a unique and evocative journey from the historic train station of the world's smallest state to the priceless artistic, botanical and architectural treasures at Castel Gandolfo, located in the verdant Alban Hills just south of Rome.
Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to visit Italy's most popular attraction after sunset: the Vatican Museums are even more beautiful under the stars!
Spend a memorable evening and see some of the greatest artistic and religious treasures assembled here - including Michelangelo's unparalleled Sistine Chapel.
Discover the elegant Villa Corsini, the central site of the three Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica (National Gallery of Ancient Art) exhibition locations. Located in Trastevere, the attractive Corsini Gallery is relatively small and contains a large collection of 17th and 18th century regional Italian painting (Roman, Neapolitan, and Bolognese schools) as well as works by Fra Angelico, Rubens, Murrillo, Poussin, Brueghel, and Caravaggio.
Visit Rome’s most famous site, the Colosseum, and include a fun meal (the new Silver Menu) at the famous Hard Rock Cafe restaurant chain founded in London in 1971. And both at the Colosseum and at the Hard Rock Cafe, there’s no waiting in line and you are first to be seated.
Discover the oasis of nature and art that lies within the confines of the Vatican! The Vatican Museums are pleased to introduce this new type of audio guided tour to the Vatican Gardens, which joins the traditional walking tours and makes it possible to enjoy the architectural and artistic heritage of the Vatican gardens from the comfort of a small open bus.
Secure your admission to Hadrian’s Villa! Emperor Hadrian, who had traveled the then known world far and wide, built this countryside villa for himself and his court. UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, Hadrian’s Villa includes an immense park, encompassing nearly 250 acres, ruins, thermal structures, a theater, temples, libraries, state rooms, and buildings to house courtiers and slaves. It was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, re-creating a sacred landscape.
Add a magical experience to your Rome visit – this nighttime tour of the Roman Forum. Evocative lighting wraps the ancient structures in a magical atmosphere as you walk along the Via Sacra between the Campidoglio and the Arch of Titus, past some of the most historically important sites of Rome.
Discover the Caracalla Baths - one of the largest and most important public bathing complexes of Ancient Rome, able to welcome around 1500 bathers at once. Built between 212 and 216 AD, the baths - also known under name of Thermae Antonianae - offer a breathtaking glimpse at Roman architectural engineering capacities.
Your combo ticket gives you access to two sites on the Via Appia - the archaeological site of the Villa dei Quintili, the largest and most sumptuous residence of the Roman "suburbium" (suburbs), and the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, daughter of a Roman consul, constructed during the realm of Augustus.
Visit the ancient Umbrian hill town of Narni and the city museum at Palazzo Eroli! Narni and its important museum are situated a little over an hour north by car from Rome, about two hours south of Florence. Besides its fine archaeological collection tracing the rich history of Narni (inhabited since the paleolithic age!), the collection of paintings is the museum's special point of attraction. The most significant work is surely the large altar piece by Domenico Ghirlandaio The Coronation of the Virgin, which occupies an entire room. In addition, works by Benozzo Gozzoli, Piermatteo of Amelia, of Lo Spagna, Vecchietta, Antoniazzo Romano, and Livio Agresti are also exhibited.
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