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Rome Renaissance and After - An adventure through Rome

The flourishing of the Eternal City in the Renaissance: enjoy this special tour of Renaissance Rome and the years that followed!
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Rome, a city rich with almost 3,000 years of history is a tourist’s dream come true. Of the many places to go and sights to see, we have selected a collection of the 18 most important and interesting landmarks and venues for you to explore.

Today we will guide you through the areas of Rome which began to thrive again starting around the Renaissance. As you know, Rome was once a magnificent empire, but it suffered and fell to ruin over time. People starved in the city, population decreased and all of its once great structures experienced looting and destruction. In the 15th century, with the years leading up to the Renaissance, Rome experienced a restoration, a second chance you could say. Due to the efforts of Pope Martin V, order was restored, instability in society was balanced, and attention and care was once again given to palaces, bridges, roads, churches and public spaces. What
 
your tour explores today is the growth that took place beginning in the 15th century which has continued until modern times.

Much of the art that you will find in Rome was a product of wealthy families competing against one another. In addition to the church, they were the main patrons of the arts, driving the renewal of sculpture, painting and other fine arts. The desire for these families to acquire fine art and the Pope's impulse to decorate the churches and palaces fueled the Renaissance and brought artists back to the city.

Today's tour highlights the best tourist destinations of Renaissance Rome, starting with the Palazzo Altemps. We then lead you through Piazza Navona and past the Fountain of the Four Rivers. Rome is a city filled with art from the sculptor Bernini, and on our tour you will meet his masterpieces. We will wander through Campo de’ Fiori and past the Altar of the Fatherland. We will stop at multiple churches before arriving at Triton Fountain and Trevi Fountain. A trip to Rome would be incomplete without a visit to the Spanish Piazza and Steps and we will make our way through this area before finishing the tour in one of the city’s greatest parks and art galleries, Villa Borghese.

On our tour, we will explore many different attractions and museums, some of which are free of cost and others that require admission. During our tour, if you are interested in spending more time at one attraction or popping into a charming cafe for a bite to eat, just stop our audio guide and continue afterwards, picking up where you left off. We are here to guide and assist you in the city whenever you need us. There is much to see today, but with the help of our map you will always know where you are.

We also have discounted tickets and fast track lane passes available for many of the sites we have included for you. For these reduced prices, please check at the end of the text as there will be a link included if available. Also, remember to check ahead of time on the attractions website for guided English tours if you desire to join one.

Please enjoy our tour and your experience in Rome exploring the Renaissance and after.

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