Excursions & Sight Tickets in Rome

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Whether you're looking for a weekend escape or a weeklong trip, there are many beautiful places to visit in Rome. These include the Campo de' Fiori, the Piazza Venezia, the Fontana dei Fiumi, and the Ara Pacis Augustae Memorial.

Ara Pacis Augustae Memorial

Located in Rome, Italy, the Ara Pacis Augustae Memorial (also known as the Altar of Augustan Peace) is one of the most important monuments of Ancient Rome. The monument was commissioned by the Roman Senate on July 4, 13 BC. It was built in honor of Augustus' return from Spain and Gaul. The Ara Pacis Augustae has an impressive decoration. It is located in a park-like setting beside the Via Flaminia, which is the principal road into Rome.

The Ara Pacis monument was reconstructed in 1938. In the process, the statue was turned 90 degrees counterclockwise, from its original orientation. This was done in order to preserve the monument. It was also done to help keep it from pollution and humidity.

The Ara Pacis is surrounded by a marble screen. It contains a processional scene, with robed figures celebrating peace. This relief panel is in good condition. There are also reliefs of Augustus and the Roman Senate. There are also figures from the Emperor's family, including his wife Julia, his son Drusus, and his nephew Germanicus.

The Ara Pacis Augustae Memorial is an impressive structure that is visited by people from all over the world. The museum includes an auditorium, an outdoor terrace, and underground rooms for temporary exhibitions.

The Ara Pacis Augustae is made of Carrara marble. The sculpture of Augustus is considered to be one of the best examples of early Roman relief sculpture.

Campo de' Fiori

Located in the heart of the historic center, Campo de' Fiori is one of the most beautiful places in Rome. The large square is filled with cafes, bars and restaurants. It is also home to the famous Giordano Bruno statue. This square has plenty to offer visitors, both day and night.

Campo de' Fiori is also known for its fruit and vegetables. This area was once the heart of a trading hub. It was also the site of public executions, where criminals were burned or hanged.

The square is now home to numerous craft workshops, craft markets, and family run neighbourhood stores. The area is also famous for its fresh market, which is held every morning. This market is one of the best places in Rome to pick up fresh produce, flowers, and fruits. The market is open from Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 2 pm.

Campo de' Fiori also contains the Sant'Andrea della Valle, which was built in the 17th century by Giacomo della Porta and Carlo Maderno. The church features 17th century dome frescoes.

The area is also home to many museums. You can visit the Archaeological Museum, which focuses on Rome's ancient art. There is also the Small Museum of Rome History. It is located at the intersection of via dei Baullari and Corso Vittorio Emanuelle.

Located at the corner of Via dei Cappellari and Corso Vittorio Emanuelle, the small museum is home to a collection of artifacts from ancient Rome. There is also a collection of art by famous artists.

Piazza Navona

Located in Rome, Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the city. This square is known for its picturesque architecture and beautiful fountains. Piazza Navona is also surrounded by historical buildings, churches and other attractions. Piazza Navona is one of Rome's most popular attractions, and there are countless shops and restaurants in the area.

The church of Santa Agnese in Agone is located in Piazza Navona. This church was built on the site of a martyrdom, and is a perfect example of the Baroque style. Its interior features a skull of the saint.

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Another important piece in the area is the Fountain of Four Rivers, which was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in the 17th century. This fountain contains the pope's coat of arms, as well as four figures representing the four major rivers of Christianity: the Nile, the Jordan, the Ganges and the Tiber. The obelisk at the base of the fountain is also a work of Bernini.

Piazza Navona is also home to the Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus, which features hundreds of tiny figures in a battle. This relief sculpture is one of the most famous relief sculptures from Roman times.

The opulent Palazzo Barberini is located just south of Piazza Navona. It features a portal flanked by columns. The Museo di Roma is located inside the building. The museum focuses on Rome's history, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.

Villa Borghese

Located in Rome, Villa Borghese is one of the most beautiful places in Rome. It is a public park that features several museums, buildings, and attractions. It is the third largest public park in Rome.

The Villa Borghese Pinciani was built in 1633 to house the art collections of the Borghese family. It is now a national museum.

The main buildings of the villa include the Museo Pietro Canonica, the Casina di Raffaello, and the Casa del Cinema. The Museo Pietro Canonica houses a sculpture deposit that is composed of 80 works, mainly of the Roman period. The museum also holds contemporary pieces of art.

The Casina di Raffaello is an evocative building in the garden of the villa. It is also a functioning barn that serves as a venue for workshops and activities. There is a municipal playroom for children in the building.

The Borghese Gallery is located in the former garden villa of Cardinal Borghese. The gallery houses a stunning collection of Renaissance art, including Canova, and other ancient Roman art. The museum has limited admission and requires reservations.

The Borghese Gallery has undergone extensive restoration work over the years. This has made the museum more accessible to the public. There are several entrances to the gallery within the villa. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30 to 19:30. It is also possible to make a tour of the art storage area.

Fontana dei Fiumi

Located in the famous Piazza Navona, the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi is a fountain designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini for the pope. This fountain is considered as one of the most beautiful places in Rome. It features four figures representing the four great rivers of the world. The figure on the top represents the Danube, while the ones on the sides represent the Ganges, the Amazon and the Rio de la Plata.

The Fontana dei Quattro is not only a fountain, but it is also a unique piece of art. It is a reproduction of an ancient Egyptian column. It was commissioned by Pope Innocent X in 1651. It was built in the Baroque style. The obelisk on the top of the fountain was taken from the Circus of Maxentius. It features four colossal sculptures that resemble the four major rivers of the earth. The animals that are found on the sides of the fountain are representative of the four rivers.

The Fountain of the Four Rivers was built between 1648 and 1651. It is a magnificent work that is considered as one of the best works of Bernini. It is located in the heart of Rome, near the Pantheon. It features four colossal marble sculptures that resemble the four major rivers. The sculptures were sculpted by Bernini's students.

The Fountain of the Four Rivers is one of the most popular attractions in Rome. It is crowded during the day and at night. This fountain is also famous because of Fellini's film La Dolce Vita.

Piazza Venezia

Located in the heart of Rome, Piazza Venezia is one of the most beautiful places in Rome. The location is near the Colosseum, Pantheon, and Roman Forum. It is also home to one of Rome's most famous monuments, the Vittoriano.

The Vittoriano, also known as the "wedding cake," is a large monument dedicated to the first king of unified Italy. It was erected in the early twentieth century to celebrate the birth of the nation. It has been used for official ceremonies, military parades, and celebrations.

The Vittoriano is a neoclassical structure that has been shaped to look like an ancient altar. It stands approximately 12 meters tall and is topped by an equestrian statue of the king.

It is located near the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, and the Roman Forum. Piazza Venezia is also the starting point of many walking tours in Rome.

Piazza Venezia is also home to the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia. Visitors can go into the museum for free. The National Institute of Archaeology is also located here.

Visitors can also check out the House of Bonaparte. This building was once the home of Napoleon Bonaparte's family. It is located on the Northside of Piazza Venezia. It is the oldest building in the city.

In addition to the Victor Emmanuel II Monument, there are other notable buildings in Piazza Venezia. Visitors can see the ruins of the Athenaeum, which was once a major educational institution. They can also take a stroll around the Villa Borghese park. The park's terrace faces west and offers romantic panoramic views of Rome.

Guided tours and excursions in Rome

Whether you're an experienced traveler or a first timer, there are guided tours and excursions in Rome that can make your trip an unforgettable experience. From sightseeing tours to dining experiences, there are many great options to choose from. Whether you're looking for a full day tour with a first class meal or a short morning tour with a private guide, there is a trip that's perfect for you.

A food and sightseeing tour is the perfect way to explore Rome's many delicious restaurants and markets. This tour includes tastings of authentic Roman cuisine as well as sampling Rome's best bakeries, coffee shops and wineries. A knowledgeable guide will show you where to go for the best deals and recommendations.

One of the most popular guided tours and excursions in Rome is the Segway tour. It is one of the best ways to get around the city while also learning about Roman history. You'll get to see a variety of landmarks, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. You'll also have a short Segway training session. There are hidden tidbits to be found on this tour, too.

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The Roman Forum was one of the major political centers of Ancient Rome. It was also a place where Romans gathered to socialize. It's now a ruined site, but it's still a popular place for visitors. The entrance to the forum offers great views of the Hippodrome, House of Augustus, and Circus Maximus. You'll also get to see the remains of the Roman Fort, which was a strategic position in ancient Rome.

Another great guided tour and excursion in Rome is the Capuchin Crypt. This is located in a nearby basilica and is a macabre insight into the history of Rome. The crypt contains the bones of over 4000 monks. The crypt is also home to a painting of Saint Francis in meditation, which was created by famous artist Caravaggio.

If you're looking for an even more interactive way to experience Rome, you may want to consider a Vespa tour. These tours allow you to explore Rome's beautiful countryside while getting to know the history of the city in the process. You'll also learn about the culture and cuisine of Rome, as well as where to get the best gelato and Italian ice cream. The tour also includes a small coffee break, and a private Vespa driver to take you around the city.

If you're a history buff, there's a skip-the-line tour to the Colosseum. On this tour, you'll skip the lines and enter the Colosseum at a prearranged time. This is a great way to see the Colosseum without all of the stress and hassle.

Other popular guided tours and excursions in Rome include the street food and sightseeing tour, the Capuchin Crypt, and the Palatine Hill and Roman Forum tour. All these tours are great ways to see Rome's landmarks and learn about its history at the same time.

Rome is known for its culinary tours, and there are many opportunities to sample the city's best food and wine. From street food to authentic Roman delicacies, there's something for everyone.

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