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Borghese Gallery Tour

Borghese Gallery Tour (Private)

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"I think I am beginning to learn something about painting." − Tiziano Vecelli, better known as Titian (said while he was in his 70s)

All-Inclusive Price:

  • € 110 /person
  • € 100 /Student (Ages 18-25)
  • € 40 /Children (Ages 6-17)
  • Free (Children 5 and under w/ID)

  • Discounts available for Roma Pass holders and E.U. citizens under age 18 and over 65. Email us to receive this reduced price.
  • 2 Guest Minimum
    Minimum of 2 Guests required. If you would like to tour solo, we invite you to sign up as 2 guests.


Highlights:

  • Borghese Gallery


Suggested Tour Start Time:

  • Varies
    We invite you to request your ideal start time but in addition, we request that your start time be flexible as it depends on the gallery's availability.


Meeting Point:

  • Near Borghese Gallery
    (details provided in automatic confirmation email)


Tour Duration:

  • 3 hours
Borghese Gallery Tour

The Borghese Gallery is home to one of Rome’s finest art collections; the gallery is housed amidst the green gardens of the city' principal public parks, the Villa Borghese. Within this park, we find a beautiful villa built in the 17th century. It is here we we find the excellently kept artworks of some of the finest artists which Italy ever produced: Bernini, Canova, Caravaggio, Raphael and Titian.


This walking tour will regal your senses with Renaissance and Baroque paintings as well as history’s most inspiring sculptures. Borghese Gallery Tour We will explore the stories behind the artworks and the commissions for several pieces including Bernini's breathtaking, Apollo and Daphne, Caravaggio’s David with the Head of Goliath, Titian’s Sacred and Profane Love , and other masterpieces. With your guide, you will learn how the Borghese Gallery was created, who its collectors were, and how the Louvre now owns some of its pieces.