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GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION

Half Day Tour in Venice

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice is the most important museum for contemporary art in Italy.  It is housed in Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, an 18th century palace on the Grand Canal that was once the residence of the wealthy art patron and collector Peggy Guggenheim. The museum's permanent collection contains works by the most famous European and American artists of the first half of the 20th century, including Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock and Alexander Calder......

COLONNA GALLERY

Half Day Tour in Rome

The Galleria Colonna is one of the few surviving private museums that is still administrated by the same noble family.  Walking through its rooms is like going back in time, learning about the glorious past of the Colonna (who owed their  fortunes to the cardinal Ottone, elected pope in 1417 with the name of Martin V) and enjoying their great taste for art as they had put together a sensational collection of paintings and ancient statues. The Gallery stunning fresco decoration .....

BASILICA OF ST. CLEMENTE

Half Day Tour in Rome

The Basilica of San Clemente is not just another church in Rome, it is unique! Its magnificent frescoes and its 12th century mosaic depicting "The Cross as the Tree of Life" will engage both your mind and heart. Following the steps down to the underground level you can travel back in time and visit a 4th century basilica quite perfectly preserved, and after that, going even deeper to the Roman level, you will discover a former pagan temple dedicated to the Persian god Mithras .......

JEWISH ROME

Half Day Tour in Rome

Your Roman holiday would not be complete without a visit to the Jewish Ghetto with the Jewish Museum and the Synagogue. It is a common misconception that Rome is just the city of Christianity. Jews are the most authentic Roman citizens and in Rome you will see more Jewish sites than you could ever imagine. We will walk through the remaining areas of the former Jewish Ghetto and down the 1st century b.C. lanes heading to the Portico d'Ottavia, ...........