The Baroque Rome tour starts at Trevi Fountain (visit) which has become famous thanks to the renowned film “La Dolce Vita” by Fellini and whose construction started in 1732 by Nicola Salvi and inaugurated in 1762.

According to the tradition, if you want to come back to Rome you need to throw a coin into the fountain.

The stroll continues in the heart of the Italian politics, Palazzo Chigi, the headquarter of the Italian Government in Piazza Colonna, where we can find the Column of Marcus Aurelius, the last Emperor of the glorious period of Rome.

In Montecitorio there is the Chamber of Deputies and together with Palazzo Madama, which is the venue of the Senate, they form the Parliament of the Italian Republic.

Then, we will visit the inner part of the the Pantheon, erected by Emperor Hadrianus in the second century A.C., and afterward we will admire its opened Dome which is the widest in the world.

This Monument was the Temple dedicated to the most important Gods in the Pagan world.

In Piazza Navona, built on the top of the Hippodrome of Emperor Domitian, our tour will end after the visit to the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, the masterpiece of Bernini, father of the Italian Baroque.

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