Guided tours in Rome

I ‘m art historian in Rome. I work for several private palaces in Rome studying their collections and I also organize private tours .

If it is your first visite to Rome I would suggest you three itineraries as follows :

– Classical Rome ( San Clemente, Roman Forum Colosseum Palatin hill and San Clement)  around 3 hours

13 euro entrance tkts ( with preselling to avoid to queue)

– Vatican Museum with Sistine Chapel and St Peter Basilica around 3 hours

19 euros entrance tkts ( with preselling to avoid to queue)

– Baroque tour : Piazza Navona ( Bernini), San Luigi dei francesi ( Caravaggio) Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, San Ignazio ecc… 3 hours

no tkts required

Then another tour of great interest is the visit of two private collections in aristocratic palaces : Palazzo Colonna and Palazzo Doria Pamphilii. Two examples of a great roman families  that entrasted artists such as Velasquez and Tiziano Caravaggio and Bernini to enlarge their collections. Masterpieces of art works and an atmosphere of a Baroque Palazzo. 15 euros for the two entrances

Alessandra is an art historian and Rome native. She has a Master’s degree in art history from the University of Rome “La Sapienza,” with a specialization in Modern and Conteporary art. She is a guide and a very enthusiastic in sharing the deep love and knowledge she has for the Eternal City with guests coming from abroad. and leads itineraries all over Rome, a city she truly loves.

Alessandra is fluent in Italian (mother tongue), English, and French, and has a unique interest in Mannerism painting and decorative arts, she has a broad knowledge of the history of Rome, and leads many antiquity-themed itineraries. She is a frequent consultant with the Galleria Colonna.

She has been leading itineraries of every period of Roman history