Guided tours for adults and/or university students

Storytelling Rome

What makes Rome the most fascinating city in the world? It is of course its ability of donating, but slowly, its misterous soul to anyone is ready for! Rome is an open-air theatre where the scenes change at each turning of the streets to stricke you first of all and then leave you full of curiosity and dreams. Rome? It can really be a mystical experience…

Hereunder a few of my suggested itineraries

Strolling through the historical centre of Rome

The Papal Rome as a theatre of pomp and splendour and…poverty! 

Trastevere Roma

Trastevere, the Jewish ghetto, the Tiber island and their most hidden secrets

The Neo-Renaissance style loves the Monti district in Rome

Rome between the sacred, paganism and Christianity…

Michelangelo and his spiritual path towards the Divine, in the papal city

The illusive scenography of the Baroque suspended between the Sacred, paganism and Christianity

The Esquiline hill, suspended between the Sacred, paganism and Christianity

The Aventine hill: suspended between the Sacred, paganism and Christianity

Beyond the bounderies: Historical Gardens in Rome and Latium

Beyond boundaries: Historical gardens in Rome and Latium

Strolling in the historical gardens of Latium

The great themes and places of contemporary art in Rome

History and beauty of Ancient Rome echoed by its archaeological sites and classical art museums

Underground Rome: a giant hidden museum tracing Rome’s past

The ruins of Ancient Rome and Ancient Ostia tell us of their Glorious past…

Between sacred and profane: Ancient Art and Collectibles at the Ancient Art museums of Rome

The Etruscans in Rome and its surroundings…

The Roman aristocracy: suburban villas and palaces, collections and gardens as a status symbol of power

The papacy as guardian of Rome’s artistic heritage: the Vatican Museums, Sistine chapel and the basilica of St. Peter’s

Through Livia’s painted gardens and further more at The National Roman Museum

At the oldest museums in the world: The Capitoline museums 

The aristocracy in Rome: galleries and collections in palaces or suburban villas