Discover the great Renaissance treasures of Florence on a private local tour personalized just for you. Stroll through the bustling Piazza della Signoria, admire the Baptistery, Duomo and Ponte Vecchio while your favorite local fills you in on the stories of the city and its characters.
Full day tour with pick up/drop off from Civitavecchia Port. Visit and discover the best Gardens and Palaces of the Renaissance period: Farnese Palace at Caprarola, one of the most important examples of Renaissance architecture in Italy; "Villa Lante" at Bagnaia and "the Monsters park" at Bomarzo! One day completely immersed in the most beautiful historic buildings and gardens of Italy. Do not miss the famous "Royal Stairs" and the horrible sculptures and discover much more with us.
Want to see some of Michelangelo’s most stunning pieces of art and discover the magical Renaissance era? Step back in time on this private tour with a Roman local. Admire some fabulous art and explore some of the Eternal City’s must-see spots. Follow your local friend to a hidden Roman church and admire one of Michelangelo’s most magnificent statues. Stroll up the La Cordonata, one of Michelangelo’s architectural works, and check out some beautiful city views. This is a great place to take in the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient city. Visit another church tucked away from Rome’s busy streets. Here you can admire another of Michelangelo’s stunning sculptures. This is also a great opportunity to admire the work of another Renaissance artist. We’ll finish off our tour by spotting Michelangelo’s architectural gems, including the Farnese Palace.
Whatever you dream about the Renaissance Domestic life is cointained inside Palazzo Davanzati.It is a house of the 14th Century where you can experience the every day life of the Renaissance: the rooms, the kitchen, the toilets. Original frescoes and furniture.A tour of one hour discovery of life of the wealthy Florentine families in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It is a way back to experience the traditions of ancient merchants, the echoes of home life and marriage taking place in a noble Gothic and Renaissance house.
The tour of the Renaissance begins from the magnificent Triumphal Arch of Castel Nuovo: the entrance was commissioned by Alfonso of Aragon in the mid-1400s in memory of his entry into the city and the victory over French rule over Naples. The tour will continue to the area south of Spaccanapoli with a stop in Santa Maria la Nova where supposed to be buried the Count Dracula, the Renaissance Loggia of San Giovanni Maggiore and the magnificent Church of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi are thought to have been buried with a gem: the sacristy completely painted by an unpublished Vasari.Another important stop is the facade of the church of Gesù Nuovo with the inscriptions of the guilds of the Piperno masters, but our journey will end, after having crossed the whole of "Spaccanapoli" and Piazza San Domenico Maggiore where we can taste a great “Sfogliatella” or we could have a caffè, in the delightful church of S. Angelo in Nilo where on the altar there is a wonderful work by the master Donatello.
We will have the pleasure of traveling together with you to the places and secrets that still exist today in Florence. Our tour will be about the secrets of the Medici family and the history of the Renaissance. Our starting point will be in Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, San Lorenzo.
In the world of Renaissance Florence, one man and one sculpture reign supreme. Join art historian Emily to unravel the fascinating story of Michelangelo’s sculpture of David, and find out why the artist’s most famous sculpture would fast become an icon of the Florentine Republic. On this immersive virtual tour we’ll be tracing Michelangelo’s early life from his humble origins in the Tuscan countryside to the rarefied surroundings of the Medici court, where the amazingly precocious sculptor set out on the road to becoming one of the greatest artists the world has ever known. At the heart of our tour is the towering figure of David: discover how Michelangelo transformed a defective block of marble into living stone, and learn how David has stood silent watch as protector of the city for over 500 years. Our virtual tour is the perfect introduction to the art of the Renaissance – join Emily today!
Day excursion to visit the medieval walled towns of Cittadella and Castelfranco, and the Renaissance Palladian villa Emo. A tour with a professional English speaking driver and a licensed local guide to discover masterpieces of Giorgione and Palladio.
Walk the Renaissance art and fresco Avenue of Milan. In a 3 hours tour you can discover one of the most beautiful tours of the city admiring some of the most spectacular artistic masterpieces of Milan. The tour starts in front of the Università degli Studi di Milano and continues through Piazza del Duomo and the street of wonders to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.In Milan, the old buildings are not imposing and opulent like ones in Rome. Milan has a discreet elegance that almost whispers. Milan is not a city on the grand scale, like Paris or London, but if you go beyond the narrow streets, and past the house facades, you discover fantastic interiors, small gardens and intimate refined settings. When you really know milan you think at something exclusive. Milan always insisted upon rigorous simplicity, no stand exhibitionism. Milan is a secret city and you need a guide to understand why this city is imposing itself as a world capital of economic, elegance and sweet life.