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Free Tour The secrets of Rome
I am originally from Bosnia but the passion for painting brought me to Rome where I studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. Then I fell in love with Rome and I continued to study. Because the more you know it the more you want to learn about this wonderful city and share it with others. I have a degree in Painting and Art History and I ama licensed tour guide of Rome. I love the hidden paths, as well as the major icons of Rome, because I think that every corner of the city hides a secret. I know the city like the back of my hand and will give you useful and practical tips which will familiarize you with this wonderful place, advice on good restaurant ... Everything to make you feel like a local We will have a relaxing walk and you will never cease to marvel at the charm of Rome.
I am native from Bosnia and I live in Rome for many years. I graduated in Painting and Art History and I continue to cultivate my passion for this city that could be compared to a bottomless treasure chest, the beauty that never runs out and never ceases to surprise.
I decided to become a tour guide because I would like to share my passion for the hidden and mysterious beauties of Rome.
I like to show a secret corner that would otherwise remain unnoticed and discover a "whole world" full of charm, beauty and the paradox of human being, remains and monuments that are not always known, very often overshadowed because they are close to the "symbolic monument" of this city, but no less fascinating.
I love making unknown and somewhat anonymous places known but which are essential for feeling the charm of Rome in a more profound and intimate way.
Anyone who loves "secondary roads", mysteries and secrets in the hidden alleys of Rome, will have the opportunity to make a visit that responds to the increasingly felt need of the modern traveler which is to be more satisfied on spiritual, intellectual and a esthetic prospective of veiw .
Description of the tour
The itinerary starts from Piazza Venezia in front of the Altare della Patria which we will admire in all its grandeur, then we will see the Tomb of Bibulus, a funerary monument from the 1st century BC.
We will stop in front of a plaque commemorating Michelangelo's house in Rome, we will head towards the Galleria Sciarra - a jewel of 19th century Rome, then continue towards the Trevi Fountain, we will cross via del Corso, the most famous shopping street in Rome, then follows the visit of the church of Sant'Ignazio to be able to admire the amazing illusionistic painting by Andrea Pozzo, see the Pantheon from the outside and discover the point where Julius Caesar was stabbed and see what was once the house of San Paolo in Rome when he came to have a fair trial. Next is the Palazzo della Cancelleria with its unique history linked to gambling then we will turn right to enter Arco degli Acetari- a scenario from another time where it seems that time has stopped. The tour ends in Campo de Fiori, the famous market, place of execution of witches in the past and much more...
Who is this tour for?
Suitable for everyone, even people with reduced mobility.
There are no climbs and the walk is light and not very tiring.
Large group bookings are not accepted.
What's to know?
In case of bad weather, if no communication arrives, it means that the tour program is unchanged.
The main stops of the tour :
Square of the Holy Apostles
Piazza di Sant'Ignazio
Piazza della Rotonda-Pantheon
Largo di Torre Argentina
Arco degli Acetari
Campo de Fiori
Meeting point:Piazza Venezia, Roma RM, ItalyPiazza Venezia, Roma RM, ItalyDirections
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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