Join this tour for a fascinating journey through the alleys and squares of Rome, to discover the places that still preserve the memory of the crimes and intrigues of the infamous Borgia family. Special attention will be given to the figure of Alexander VI, one of the most controversial popes of the Renaissance.
Tours available: Every day at 9:30am and 2:30pm
Duration: 4 hours
Group Size: Minimum 2 – Maximum 6 participants
Starting Point: Piazza Sforza Cesarini
Ending Point: Piazza Fiammetta
Tour price includes:
- Official guide
Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, German or French
NOT included in tour price:
- Transportation from meeting point to starting point
- Transportation from the ending point to the meeting point
- Souvenirs, personal extras, tips
- Entrance tickets
Cancellation Policy: No penalty for cancellations communicated in writing up to three (3) business days prior to departure. No refund for further cancellations and no shows.
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The name of the Borgias, the powerful Spanish family that gave two popes to the Roman Church during the mid-14th century - Callistus III and his nephew Alexander VI - is a name synonymous with controversy and intrigue. But perhaps only a few know the truth about this important family and its relationship to the history of Rome. Join us on this fascinating journey through the alleys and squares of the city, where you’ll discover the places that still preserve the memory of the crimes and intrigues of the infamous Borgia family. Special attention will be given to the figure of Alexander VI, one of the most debated popes of the Renaissance.
- Piazza Sforza Cesarini
- Via di Monserrato
- Piazza Farnese
- Vicolo del Gallo
- Piazza della Cancelleria
- Piazza Fiammetta
> Cost of Guide per Group:
€ 234.50 (1 - 2 participants)
€ 256.50 (3 participants)
€ 278.50 (4 participants)
€ 300.50 (5 participants)
€ 322.00 (6 participants)