Visit of the Capitoline and Centrale Montemartini museums & Caracalla's Baths

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Tour description

The tour starts with the Capitol Hill where we'll visit the amazing Capitoline Museum built over two of the most ancient Temples of Rome: Veiove and Jupiter. We'll be inside the Roman Archives overlooking the Roman Forum. Who were the Etruscans? Who the Latins? Where did they come from? Who built Rome, and how? To all these questions we'll try to get an answer. From Piazza Venezia either walking or by taxi (not included) we'll get to the Aurelian Walls, the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius and the Centrale Montemartini, a 18th century Power Plant transformed into a Museum. Later we'll reach and visit the Imperial Thermal Baths of Caracalla, built in the 2nd century ad

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Musei Capitolini, Rome, LazioThe original Marcus Aurelius, the She-wolf with Romulus and Remus, the Brutus Capitolinus, the Bust of Michelangelo, Papal apartments, Painting Gallery, Tabularium with the most amazing view over the Roman ForumDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Piazza Venezia, Rome, LazioMussolini's Balcony, Victor Emanuel Memorial, Bonaparte's Palace, Marcello's Theatre, Old Jewish GhettoDuration: 2 hoursPass By: Piramide Cestia, Rome, LazioIncorporated inside the Aurelian Walls this amazing Pyramid was the Tomb of the very rich business man Gaius Cestius. Is located by the Beginning of via OstienseStop At: Centrale Montemartini, Rome, LazioIn this 18th century Power Plant were moved some of the best statues from the Capitoline Museum. We will see Pope's train, mosaics, frescoesDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Terme di Caracalla, Rome, LazioBest preserved Thermal Baths of Rome, inaugurated on 213 ad by Emperor Caracalla, son of Septimius SeverusDuration: 1 hour

What's included

  • Private guided Visit of two amazing Museums and Baths of Caracalla. On the way Piazza Venezia

What's not included

  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Entry/Admission - Musei Capitolini
  • Entry/Admission - Centrale Montemartini
  • Entry/Admission - Terme di Caracalla