- The trip was fantastic with the students gaining so much from the tour.
Published on: 03 February 2017
Rome lay at the centre of High Renaissance as both Michelangelo and Raphael worked in Rome; in the 17th century it was the centre of the Baroque movement represented by Bernini and Pietro da Cortona. From the 17th century the presence of classical remains drew artists from all over Europe including Poussin, Claude Lorrain, Piranesi, Pannini and Mengs.
Today, it is a melting pot of artistic delights with countles museums, galleries and churches housing irreplaceable masterpieces, from Vatigan City Museum, to the modern art of the Museum of Art of the 21st Century – MAXXI, Rome is a must visit city for all budding artists.
Your group arrive in the beautiful city of Rome.
Depending on flight times, your group will enjoy an open bus tour of Rome with City Sightseeing Roma.
After sightseeing, your group will sit down for an evening meal.
After breakfast your group will enjoy a guided tour of the Sistine Chapel and visit the Vatican Museum.
Free time for lunch.
Next your group will visit the National Gallery of Ancient Art and then onto National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Your group will now enjoy an evening meal before heading back to the hotel.
After breakfast, your group will visit to the Capitoline Museum.
Next your group will take a stroll up to the Borghese Art Gallery where you can view sculptures, ancient mosaics, paintings and much more.
Time for a group lunch.
After lunch your group will take part in the E3 Trails ‘The Emperor’s Quest’. On this interactive walk your group will explore popular sites such as St Peter’s Square, The Villa Borghese and The Trevi Fountain.
Your group will now enjoy an evening meal.
After your breakfast, you will check out of your hotel. Depending on your return flight time, your group will have free time for your own programme.
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