Amazing artworks in the city centre
When you think of Rome, you usually think about sensational archeological remains, monumental fountains and amazing churches like St. Peter’s Basilica, but do you know where many other artistic beauties and less known treasures are spread throughout the city, most of them preserved behind churches’ facades?
This tour aims at accompanying you to discover those wonderful artworks, giving you the coordinates to understand the role of Roman churches during the centuries: the intersection of everyday life around which people used to live and learn thanks to the breathless images produced by some of the most important artists of the time such as Caravaggio, Rubens, Piero da Cortona, Beato Angelico, Francesco Borromini and Carlo Maderno.
Meeting point: 9:15 am - Piazza della Chiesa Nuova, near the fountain called “della Terrina” GPS 41.898012, 12.468956
Public transportation: Bus line 40, 46, 62, 64, 190, 571, 916
Itinerary: Santa Maria della Vallicella, Santa Agnese in Agone, Santa Maria della Pace, Sant’Agostino, San Luigi dei Francesi
Duration: 2 hours and ½
Prices: Adult: 24 € pp and Under 14 y.o.: free
What’s include: Official guide – Headphone
Availability: From May 2nd 2016 to July 30th 2016 Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday, starting at 3.00 PM
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