Art & History in Rome

Art & Culture Collection

The ancient Roman civilisation has arguably had the greatest influence on the development of the western world. As its cradle, Rome is overflowing with historical and archaeological marvels. It has a dazzling array of museums, statues, galleries and mosaics amongst the iconic monuments such as the Roman Forum and Colosseum. The Vatican City is rich with artistic masterpieces and holy relics. If you’re looking for extraordinary heritage and culture, the ‘Eternal City’ never disappoints.

Tour Inclusions

  • Explore the Art Churches of Largo di Torre Argentina
  • See the Baroque architecture of Piazza Navona
  • Marvel at Michaelangelo’s Moses at the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli
  • Enjoy Palazzo Barberini – National Gallery of Ancient Art
  • Visit Majestic Villa Farnesina
  • The ancient town of Tivoli, home to Villa D’Este & Villa Adriana
  • 5 nights BB accommodation
  • All guiding, admission fees and transport
  • Return flights

From £1,595
per person

based on two sharing in a twin/double room, with a minimum of 30 passengers travelling in a specific month

Suggested Hotel

4 * Hotel Meditteraneo (or similar)

  • Central location
  • Original 1930’s decor
  • Rooftop terrace

Not the hotel for your group? Other hotels are available, contact us.


  • Art Churches of Largo di Torre Argentina
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    The area is one of Rome’s most important archaeological sites, home to the remains of four temples dating back to the 2nd century BC. The area is also home to many stunning churches with incredible ceiling art and frescoes.

  • Piazza Navona
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    Piazza Navona, best known for its Baroque architecture, including Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi; the vibrant Campo dei Fiori and the mystical Tiber Island.

  • Church of San Pietro in Vincoli
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    The beautiful Church of San Pietro in Vincoli is home to the famous statue Michaelangelo’s Moses, as well as other astounding artworks and architecture.

  • Imperial Forums
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    Imperial Forums, built next to the most ancient Roman Forum between 46 BC. and 113 A.D.

  • Palazzo Barberini

    This dramatic baroque mansion, commissioned by Pope Urban VIII in 1623, is home to the National Gallery of Ancient Art. Within this elegant home there are over 1,400 works of art from the likes of Caravaggio, Tintoretto, El Greco and Raphael. The building is a piece of art in itself, with lavish halls such as the Oval Salone which matches the height of the entire building and contains an exquisite fresco by Pietro da Cortona

  • Villa Adriana
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    The Villa Adriana was created in the 2ndC A.D. by the Roman emperor Hadrian and is an incredible complex of buildings combining the best elements of architecture from Egypt, Greece and Rome to form an “ideal city”.

  • Villa D’Este
    Villa d Este Tivoli Rome 70196834 123 RF

    The Villa d’Este is a masterpiece of the Italian Garden and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. With its impressive fountains, nymphs, grottoes, plays of water and music, it is a model for many European gardens.

  • Villa Farnesina
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    Villa Farnesina is one of Rome’s most majestic buildings from the Renaissance period. The interior here is richly decorated with frescoes by major artists, such as Raphael, Sebastiano del Piombo and Peruzzi.


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