Borghese Gallery Small Group

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  • Typology: Small Group - max 8 people
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Included: entrance fees and reservations to the Borghese Gallery
  • Operating Days: Sun; Wed; Fri;
  • Meeting Point: at the ticket counter of Borghese Gallery
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****THIS TOUR NEEDS A MINIMUM OF 4 PEOPLE TO GO AHEAD****

‘Join one of our shared group tours for an intimate tour experience. Never more than 8 persons.’

Join a shared group guided tour of the enchanting Borghese Gallery situated in Rome’s most elegant gardens: the Villa Borghese gardens.

Every trip to Rome should include a climb up to the heady Villa Borghese. Lush, green and scattered with statues, busks and gazeboes a stroll in the Villa Borghese feels as though taking a graceful journey back in time.

One of Europe’s most exquisite patrician collections set within 17th century palazzo surrounded by impressive gardens. The Borghese Gallery has unsurprisingly become one of Rome’s most visited museums.

The formidable collection of art all started with Cardinal Scipione Borghese, a nephew of Pope Paul V. The Cardinal was a shrewd and obsessive collector with an aesthetic eye. He was a patron of Caravaggio and Bernini. Cardinal Borghese commissioned artworks from the greatest artists of his time, and used the villa to receive and entertain illustrious guests.

The Borghese gallery is the Cardinal’s legacy and includes pieces by Bernini, Raphael, Caravaggio, Canova and Titan.

A two-hour tour with an expert guide. A shared group of no more than eight persons. The price includes tickets and skip the line entrance.

This tour runs on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from March until the end of November.
If your clients have a special request and wish to book this on another day, please let us know. There will have to be a minimum of 4 people in order to schedule it on another day.

 

Borghese Gallery Small Group

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