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Vatican Museums – The vast complex of museums, along a circuit of over 7km, which contains one of the largest collections in the world, includes the Pinacoteca Vaticana (comprising 17 rooms with paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio, Fra Angelico, Bellini, Raphael, Titian; the Museo Gregoriano egizio (consisting of 10 halls with Egyptian originals); the Museo Pio-Clementino (with the famous Apollo Belvedere, the Laoocon); museo Gregoriano etrusco, Stanze and Loggia by Raphael; the Borgia Apartment (with the famous fresco by Pinturicchio); the Sistine Chapel; the gallery of the Maps, Tapestries and Candelabra; Biblioteca Vaticana

Viale Vaticano
Hours: 9,00/18,00 – Closed: Sun
Entrance fee: Euro 16 per person + Euro 4 for booking fee per person
Booking recommended –

Borghese Museum and Gallery – One of the smallest museums in the world, with some of the most famous sculptures by G.L.Bernini such as “David”, “Apollo and Daphne” “Pluto and Proserpina”, Canova’s masterpiece, the reclining statue of Pauline Borghese, and a rich picture gallery plenty of masterpieces of absolute value amogn the others the famous “Danae” by Correggio, Raphael’s “Deposition”, Caravaggio’s paintings, Titian’s “Sacred and Profane love”

Piazza Scipione Borghese, 5 Casino Borghese
Hours: 9,00/19,00 – Closed: mon.
Entrance fee: Euro 10,50 per person
Booking mandatory, entrance granted to a limited number of persons every two hours

Capitoline Museums – Realized according to Michelangelo’s design the Conservators’ Palace and the New palace house two museums. After a long restoration the oldest public collection in the world opens to the public. Inside treasures of ancient sculpture and paintings from the XIV to the XVII cent. by Caravaggio, Titian, Domenichino. Noteworthy are the Capitoline she-wolf- the symbol of Rome- the Capitoline Venus, the Satyr of Praxiteles. A further highlight is the new Caffé Capitolino, a coffee which offers one of the most enchanting views in the world

Piazza Campodoglio
Hours: 10,00/21,00 – Closed: mon.
Entrance fee: Euro 8 per person

Doria Pamphilj Gallery - Private collection of the Doria-Pamphily family. This Noble family still lives in the Palace and boasts an art collection that has been built up over the centuries.Works by Caravaggio, Velasquez, Carracci, Rubens, Bernini, Tiziano, Raffaello and others. The ceilings of the rooms are decorated in gold.

Piazza del Collegio Romano, 2
Ph. +39.06.6797323
Hours: 10,00/17,00 – Closed: thursday
Entrance fee: Euro 6 per person

Exhibition Palace for Modern and Contemporary Art – Projected by Piacentini in 1878 it was one of the building realized after the Unification of Italy in the new capital. Neo-classic style. The space has been dedicated for exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Via Nazionale, 194 – Ph. +39.06.4745903
Hours: 10,00/21,00 – Closed: tue
Entrance fee: Euro 10-15 per person

National Gallery of Ancient Art at Palazzo Barberini - The palace was begun in 1625 by Carlo Maderno with the help of Borromini and completed eight years later by Bernini. Inside works from the XII to the XVII cent. The museum is the result of collections belonging to noble families. The central hall has a splendid ceiling painted by Pietro da Cortona with the “Triumph of the Divine Providence”. Paintings by Caravaggio, Andrea del Sarto, the famous “La Fornarina” by Raphael; a portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein, Lippi, Angelico, Simone Martini and a Bust of Urban VIII by Bernini.

Via Quattro Fontane, 13 – – Ph. +39.06.4824184
Hours: 9,00/19,00 – Closed: mon
Entrance fee: Euro 6 per person

National Gallery of Modern and Contemporay Art – Works of italian and foreigner art of the XIX and XX cent. of authors belonging to the main modern and contemporary cultural and artistic movements. Works by the Macchiaioli, Manzù, Matisse, Picasso and Modigliani.
Via delle Belle Arti, 131 – Ph. +39.06.322981
Hours: 9,00/19,00 – Closed: mon
Entrance fee: Euro 10 per person

National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo - Originally built for the emperor Hadrian in the IIc. A.D. possibly by the architect Demetriano, and in whose cells were buried the emperors from Hadrian to Septimius Severus and their families. It became a fortress and prison during the Middle Ages. Some of its famous prisoners included Cola di Rienzo, Cellini, Giordano Bruno, Cagliostro and Beatrice Cenci. The building became a museum in 1925 and contains sculptures, furnitures and weapons of different origins, fragments of floor of the XIV and XV cent. and frescoes by Perin del Vaga and Pellegrino

Lungotevere Castello, 50 – Ph. +39.6.6819111
Hours: 9,00/20,00 – Closed: mon
Entrance fee: Euro 8 per person

Roman National Museum – One of the most important archeological collections in the world, Greek, Roman and Christian art found in Rome and its neighbourhood. Beautiful frescoes coming from the Domus Livia, the Domus Farnesina and the Villa of Nero at Nettuno.

Largo di Villa Peretti, 2
Ph. +39.06.48903500
Hours: 9,00/20,00 – Closed: mon
Entrance fee: Euro 8 per person

Spada Gallery - The gallery is part of the Palazzo Spada begun in 1540 by the architect Giulio Merisi. Paintings by Rubens, Durer, Caravaggio, Guercino, Domenichino, Guido Reni, Carracci, Andrea del Sarto, Parmigianino. Particularly interesting, is Borromini gallery for the optical illusion created by the artist.

Piazza Capo di Ferro, 13
Ph +39.06.6861158
Hours: 9,00/20,00 – Closed: mon
Entrance fee: Euro 8 per person

Accademia Gellery in Florence – The gallery is famous for its prisons and for Michelangelo’s “David”, in the late 800’s moved to a gallery appropriately suited for the statue.
It also preserves paintings between the 200’s and 500’s and plaster cast collections respectively done by Lorenzo Bartolini and Luigi Pampaloni, and a collection of Russian Icons.

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The Uffizi Gallery in Florence – Located in the heart of Florence, the Uffizi hosts works of art by great Italian artists such as Botticelli, Giotto, Cimabue, Michelangelo and Raffaello, just to name a few of the most famous. Its large collection has works from all centuries but a large part dates back to the periods between the 12th to 17th centuries.
The Uffizi, together with the Vatican Museums in Rome, are the top two most visited museums in Italy by visitors from all across the world and the long lines at the museum’s entrance are almost as famous as its masterpieces!

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