The Colours of Rome Tour B2

Tour B2
Church of Santo Stefano Rotondo

Church of Santa Sabina
Roman Houses of Saints John and Paul

Aventine Hill
Church of Santa Prassede

   

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Church of Santo Stefano Rotondo a church which is enigmatic and imposing in its great circular dimensions and that has long been an object of curiosity to scholars due to the probable esoteric meaning of its layout and orientation
Church of Santa Sabina this is the clearest and most linear example of a Christian basilica in Rome. Its fifth century structure has been altered manys time. Its current appearance is the result of an intervention by Munoz in the 20th century. Its cypress wood doors are originals from the fifth century and form the entry portal, with stories from the Old and New Testament
Roman Houses of Saints John and Paul an extraordinary residential complex which developped between the 1rst and 4th centuries A.D. in the foundations of one of the oldest basilicas of Rome
Aventine Hill perhaps the most panoramic of the seven hills of Rome, is today an elegant and discreet residential area. Its ancient use as a site of worship survives in the presence of its churches, of which one of the most important is the basilica of Santa Sabina, famous aove all for its 5th century wooden portal, still in perfect condition. The walk on the hill continues in the Orange Trees garden, from which can be seen a unique panorama of Rome and continues with a stop in the square of the Knights of Malta, a neoclassical masterpiece by G.B. Piranesi 
Church of Santa Prassede is nearly hidden by the network of streets leading away from the great Basilica of St. Mary Major. This small church contains one of the greates examples of mosaics of Oriental derivation: the Chapel of St. Zeno. The mosaics continue in the apse and in the triumphal arch, while the other chapels contain 17th century paintings and decoration in Art Nouveau style
     

Tour B2

Church of Santo Stefano Rotondo
Church of Santa Sabina
Roman Houses of Saints John and Paul
Aventine Hill
Church of Santa Prassede



HALF DAY 
Tour B1 or B2 83.00 per person

FULL DAY
Tour B (B1+B2+Lunch) 169.00 per person

Available on thursday and on saturday 
Pick-up time at 9.00 a.m. from centrally or nearby located hotels for the morning tour (B1) with dropp-off at the end of the tour Pick-up time at 2.00 p.m. from centrally or nearby located motel for the afternoon tour (B2) with dropp-off at the end of the tour

   
Organized and guided walking tours in Rome
Walking Tours The Historic Rome Trail   Hidden Gems of Rome 
Archaeological Rome Tour A1 The Colours of Rome Tour B1 Baroque Rome Tour C1 
Archaeological Rome Tour A2  The Colours of Rome Tour B2  Baroque Rome Tour C2 

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The Heart Of Ancient Rome Papal Rome
The Trident And Baroque Rome The Place Of Democracy
From Piazza Del Campidoglio To Piazza Venezia From Piazza Di Spagna To Piazza Del Popolo
From Piazza Campo Dei Fiori To Piazza Della Rotonda From Piazza San Pietro To Castel Sant'angelo
Sacred Rome Archeological Rome 
Rome And The Fashion The Park Of The Museums

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