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Murder Mystery Tour of Rome: Who killed Caravaggio
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A tour of the most iconic sites, and hidden gems of Rome.
Monumental piazzas, baroque marvels, and priceless paintings will reveal their deepest darkest secrets...
But in all this enchantment we shouldn’t forget the main thing: we have a murder to solve!
This is a story of life and death, of one of the greatest painters who’d ever lived- Michelangelo Merisi aka Caravaggio.
Why he’s remembered as the Bad Boy of Baroque, and what makes him so special? Why so much drama in his life, and his paintings? Who were his friends, lovers, and enemies? But above all, we’ll try to find out who killed him.
It’s when the exploration of a city turns into an investigation of a 400-year-old murder case.
You can’t be too sexy to enter the churches therefore shoulders and knees must be covered.
- Piazza della Minerva
- San Luigi dei Francesi
- Piazza del Popolo
- Santa Maria del Popolo
- Large group reservations (more than 6 people) are NOT allowed and will be rejected. Groups of more than 6 people have to book a private tour.
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Piazza della Minerva, 69, 00186 Roma ...Piazza della Minerva, 69, 00186 Roma RM, ItalyDirections
1Outside visitPiazza della Minerva
3Free admissionChurch of St. Louis of the French
The calling of Matthew, Matthew and the Angel, The martyrdom of Matthew by Caravaggio (1599-1602)
4Free admissionBasilica di Sant’Agostino
Madonna of the Pilgrims by Caravaggio (1604-1606)
5Outside visitPiazza del Popolo
6Free admissionBasilica Parrocchiale Santa Maria del Popolo
Crucifixion of S. Peter and Conversion of S. Paul by Caravaggio (1600-1601), Assumption of the Virgin by Carracci (1600-1601)
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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