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Basilica di Sant'Agostino Tours and Tickets

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Located near Piazza Navona, the 15th-century Basilica di Sant’Agostino is home to the Cavalletti Chapel, where visitors flock to view Caravaggio’s Baroque masterpiece, La Madonna di Loreto, along with The Prophet Isaiah by Raphael, La Madonna del Parto statue by Sansovino, and the sumptuous high altar by Bernini.

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Piazza di Sant’Agostino 80, Rome, Puglia
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Scarlet Ladies Tour: powerful mistresses & courtesans of Renaissance Rome

Scarlet Ladies Tour: powerful mistresses & courtesans of Renaissance Rome

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This is the Only tour in all of Europe which delves deep into the History of Women. If you love great stories and if you are curious to find out what life was like for women who wanted to emerge from povery and have an education in the Renaissance Era, this is the tour for you. The content shines a light over the politics, the religion and the society in XVI and XV Century Italy
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  • 3 hours
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$34.53
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Raphael and Caravaggio in the Roman Churches - Private Day Tour from Rome

Raphael and Caravaggio in the Roman Churches - Private Day Tour from Rome

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The masterful paintings of 16th-century artist Michelangelo Merisi (1571-1610), better known as Caravaggio, continue to fascinate more than 400 years after his death. The artist's paintings combine with gritty, realistic observation of the human state, both physical and emotional, and make dramatic use of chiaroscuro. Today Rome hosts about 25 Caravaggio masterpieces that can be viewed by the public: several can be seen in the churches, others by some of the most important art collections in palaces and museums. Raffaello Sanzio known as Raphael was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, which forms the traditional trinity of great masters of that period. Raphael was enormously productive, running an unusually large workshop and, despite his death at 37, leaving a large body of work. Many of his works are found in the Vatican but also in some churches.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
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In the Footsteps of Caravaggio Private Tour with Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off

In the Footsteps of Caravaggio Private Tour with Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off

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Trace the dramatic life and visual legacy of Caravaggio on a private art tour in Rome. Visit beautiful churches to admire the painter’s original works while an expert guide shares scandalous details of his life and how he shaped the Baroque movement. Geared towards art enthusiasts, it's a great way to delve deeper into one of Rome's most influential and enigmatic masters.
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  • 3 hours
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$195.65
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Caravaggio Rome Tour: With Exclusive Access to Top Restoration Lab

Caravaggio Rome Tour: With Exclusive Access to Top Restoration Lab

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Join this Caravaggio Rome tour for exclusive-access to an art restoration lab. In the lab, you'll enjoy a relaxed aperitif with the master-artisans who have restored Caravaggio's masterpieces. On your way, you'll visit the churches which house Caravaggio's most moving artworks in Rome — including 'Madonna of Loreto', which the team restored. Discover the secrets of the tricky business of art restoration in this all-female, art restoration lab. They hold the honor of being one of two labs in the entire world who have restored three Caravaggio paintings. Hear their story of the public restoration of Caravaggio's 'Madonna of Loreto' in the church of Sant' Agostino. You'll see the master artisans in action, restoring some of the current 16th century paintings in their workshop. Before the lab, you'll visit the church of Sant' Agostino and see the 'Madonna of Loreto', one of the Caravaggio's the lab restored. Then, you'll visit the masterful St. Matthew series at San Luigi dei Francesi.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Skip-the-Line: Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Guided Tour

Skip-the-Line: Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Guided Tour

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Discover the Vatican on a tour of Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums. Navigate the vast complex of rooms, artwork, and history with a guide, who brings the ancient collection to life. Skip all the entrance lines to explore halls such as the Gallery of the Maps and Raphael’s Rooms; step inside the Sistine Chapel to admire ‘The Creation of Adam’ by Michelangelo. Choose from several departures, or upgrade to an evening experience or small-group tour with 10 people.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Skip the Line: Colosseum Small Group Tour with Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

Skip the Line: Colosseum Small Group Tour with Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

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Skip the entrance line at the Colosseum so you won’t waste any time getting inside to marvel at this Roman icon. On this walking tour of Ancient Rome, you’ll explore the amphitheater’s first and second levels with a guide, who entertains you with tales of gruesome gladiator battles. Then visit the Roman Forum to see its ancient ruins like the Temple of Julius Caesar. This tour is limited to 18 people. If you want to enhance your experience, upgrade to a tour of the Colosseum’s restricted underground chambers, arena and upper tier.
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  • 3 hours
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Colosseum Underground Tour with Roman Forum, Palatine Hill & Gladiator Arena
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Colosseum Underground Tour with Roman Forum, Palatine Hill & Gladiator Arena

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On this Colosseum underground tour, you can experience this historic Rome icon to the fullest with access to areas that are typically closed to the public—the underground chambers. After skipping the main entrance line, explore the Colosseum with an informative guide, who shares stories about life in Ancient Rome. Get the rare chance to walk through the tunnels, stand where gladiators stood and enjoy a panoramic view. Then visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill to complete your tour of Rome’s top ancient sites.
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  • 3 hours
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Caravaggio, masterpieces and secrets - Private Tour

Caravaggio, masterpieces and secrets - Private Tour

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Stroll around Rome’s historical center and discover the tumultuous life and amazing masterpieces of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, the greatest and most famous painter of the Baroque art in Italy! His beautiful and fascinating paintings are mostly known for the incredible naturalism and for the dramatic use of lighting: thanks to bright shafts of light, noble and violent figures capture attention emerging from shadows. You’ll have the incredible chance to see this “tenebrism” from close in his great canvases, from the intriguing cycle on the theme of Saint Matthew the Evangelist to the raw violence of the Crucifixion of Saint Peter. And Caravaggio’s life was as dramatic as his paintings: his irritable and violent character led him to get involved in street-brawls and caused him trouble with the law, culminating in a death sentence for murder. Our knowledgeable guide will lead you through the alleys that were the scene of fights and brawls to the beautiful churches were Caravaggio’s breathtaking masterpieces continue to fascinate visitors after more than four centuries. This tour can be customized to meet your requests and special needs! Please contact us!
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Art and blood: the Mistery of Caravaggio

Art and blood: the Mistery of Caravaggio

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A exclusive tour with a art historian Three Churches in Rome to follow the path of the genial painter: Caravaggio!. Streets and alleys where he lived and shared time with the poorest ones.. We'll be on the trails of Caravaggio and discover how dangerous Rome was in those years. His art will reveal the secrets of the bloody time he lived in! You'll visit: - San Luigi dei Francesi - Sant'Agostino - Santa Maria del Popolo
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  • 2 hours
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Bernini and Caravaggio Private Baroque Walking Tour

Bernini and Caravaggio Private Baroque Walking Tour

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Take a tour of baroque Rome with your own private guide, and enjoy a flexible itinerary for your sole group of up to eight people. On the trail of esteemed Italian artists such as Bernini and Caravaggio, you’ll explore the churches of the capital to discover artwork and architectural features that hail from the baroque period. Two start times are available when you book.
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  • 3 hours
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Walk with Bernini Caravaggio Michelangelo and Raphael

Walk with Bernini Caravaggio Michelangelo and Raphael

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Rome hosts dazzling baroque artworks, and with this art-focused tour you’ll admire some of the city’s masterpieces. Join your guide near the Spanish Steps for a walking itinerary that takes in works by Caravaggio, Bernini, Raphael, and, of course, Michelangelo. Learn about the history and techniques behind spectacular art decorating the most famous churches in Rome, or request a customized tour to see the works that most interest you.
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  • 3 hours
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Raphael & Caravaggio Guided Walking Tour & Aperitivo

Raphael & Caravaggio Guided Walking Tour & Aperitivo

An expert guide will accompany you on a unique Roman art walking tour spanning from Piazza del Popolo to the Pantheon – covering some of the best places to visit in Rome. We will follow in the footsteps of the most influential and prolific painters of the Renaissance - Raphael Sanzio, and one of the most rebellious artists in Italian history - Caravaggio, who revolutionized Renaissance painting. We will discover the works of these great masters in some of the most beautiful churches in the historic center. This Rome art walking tour concludes with an aperitivo of typical Roman tastings at a local restaurant in the Pantheon area.
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  • 3 hours
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$63.30
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Caravaggio History and Walking Tour
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Caravaggio History and Walking Tour

What would Rome have been without Caravaggio? Michelangelo Merisi from Caravaggio was a total innovator in the history of painting, revolutionary artist, eccentric and brawly genius. Exploring the center of Rome you will be able to admire his art and discover his adventurous life. Starting with San Luigi dei Francesi which contains three masterpieces - "la Vocazione di San Matteo", "il Martirio di San Matteo" and "San Matteo e l’Angelo" inside the Cappella Contarelli; then continue with a church not far away, la Chiesa Sant'Agostino where is possible to admire the masterpiece "Madonna dei Pellegrini" and leastly the last 2 masterpieces "Conversione di San Paolo" and "La Crocifissione di San Pietro" inside the church of Santa Maria del Popolo. The tour will also allow us to admire the streets and buildings that have marked the life in the roman stay of the artist like Via della Scrofa, Palazzo Firenze, Via della Lupa, Vicolo del Divino Amore, Via della Pallacorda and Palazzo Borghese.
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  • 2 hours
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The Great Works of Caravaggio in Rome with Local Guide Alessandra
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The Great Works of Caravaggio in Rome with Local Guide Alessandra

Enjoy this fascinating tour into the life and masterpieces of the great Caravaggio as you walk around Rome. Discover his old neighborhood from the 15th century where he grew up and hear how his surroundings inspired him to create such magnificent pieces of art. Also on this 2.5-hour tour you'll see some 'in-situ' pieces of his, which are works of art designed specially for these locations. Meet Alessandra at the first stop, Santa Maria del Popolo church. She'll take you inside to the Cerasi chapel and here you can admire 2 of Caravaggio's artworks: the Crucifixion of St. Peter and the Conversion of St. Paul. Wander through the Tridente neighborhood where the artist once lived, which will lead you to St. Louis of the French church to see the beautiful altarpiece painted by the artist to show the life of St. Matthew. Be in awe of the famous 'Madonna in Loreto' painting in the Sant'Agostino church. This tour can be customized if you wish to see other Caravaggio artworks while in Rome.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Bernini and Caravaggio Private Baroque Walking Tour in Rome

Bernini and Caravaggio Private Baroque Walking Tour in Rome

Be ready to join our spectacular private walking tour to discover together the famous artists Caravaggio and Bernini. Your private professional guide will show you the most beautiful masterpieces in Rome, a real open-air museum. Both of this famous italian artists left their mark in Rome in a unique way! Caravaggio, one of the most famous painters in Rome, was a real bad boy of the Baroque era. Bernini on the other hand, was the greatest sculptor of the 17th century and an outstanding architect as well. He died an old man, beloved in his adopted home. Both of their names are synonymous with the Baroque era, an important era full of great masterpieces. Are you curious to find out more? Let's discover together!
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  • 2 hours
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In The Footsteps of Bernini, Caravaggio, Raphael And Michelangelo

In The Footsteps of Bernini, Caravaggio, Raphael And Michelangelo

Learn about Italian art and sculpture in Rome with a private guide during this walking tour. Choose a start time that is convenient for you and set out to see the work of great Italian masters like Caravaggio and Michelangelo. The itinerary includes St. Ignatius Church and the Church of Sant’Agostino and can be customized according to your interests.
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  • 3 hours
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In The Footsteps Of Raffaello Private Tour
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In The Footsteps Of Raffaello Private Tour

One of the leading figures of Italian Renaissance, Raffaello, came from a steep sloping hillside village called Urbino, in the Marche region. Son of the painter Giovanni Santi, although becoming an orphan at the tender age of 11, Raphael run his father's workshop and made his apprenticeship with Pietro Perugino in Umbria. Once in Florence, he took his rightful place in the Holy Trinity of high Renaissance masters along with, Leonardo and Michelangelo. Then he moved to Rome, where he worked for Pope Julius II with the commission to decorate his private apartments.
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  • 3 hours
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$172.63
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Caravaggio's Art and Life Private Walking Tour in Rome

Caravaggio's Art and Life Private Walking Tour in Rome

Get an in-depth look into the life and legacy of Italy’s first Baroque master on a Caravaggio tour of Rome. Visit several churches in the heart of the city to admire the painter’s original, groundbreaking work, learning the background of each piece and what sets it apart from Renaissance styles. Feel free to ask all the questions you like on the private tour, led by a professional art historian guide.
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  • 3 hours
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$204.85
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Caravaggio Guided Tour in Rome - Art, Life & Masterpieces of the Great

Caravaggio Guided Tour in Rome - Art, Life & Masterpieces of the Great

Discover the magnificent masterpieces of Caravaggio on this 2.5-hour walking tour. Together with your professional art historian guide, you'll learn of his life, his works and other talented painters of the Roman Baroque period. Begin the tour in the Santa Maria del Popolo Church where you’ll see 2 of Caravaggio’s paintings. Throughout the tour you’ll see a large selection of pieces, known as ‘in situ’ masterpieces, as they remain in the location they were originally designed. As you walk around the Tridente neighborhood where the artist resided in the15th century, you’ll see where he found inspiration for his paintings, before heading to The Church of Saint Louis. Here you can admire the beautiful Saint Matthew series altarpiece in the National Church of France. Take a brief look inside Sant’Agostino to admire a gem not often visited. We can customize your tour, so you can see his works in the Borghese Gallery, the Barberini Palace, the Capitoline Museums and the Vatican too.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Pantheon, Raphael and Caravaggio - Private Tour

Pantheon, Raphael and Caravaggio - Private Tour

This engaging walking tour will take you through the streets once frequented by two of Italy’s greatest painters – Caravaggio and Raphael – and into the churches which their works so beautifully adorn. As you wander through the streets, our guide will fascinate you with the stories of the artists’ lives. Discover the intrigue and scandal of Caravaggio’s tumultuous life, his years in Rome, his exile, and his mysterious death. Learn about Raphael’s prolific life as one of the masters of the Renaissance, tragically cut short by illness. Inside the churches of Santa Maria del Popolo, Santa Maria della Pace, Sant’Agostino and San Luigi dei Francesi you will take in some of the artists’ greatest works while our guide reveals their secrets. Admire the architectural wonder that is the Pantheon before enjoying a delicious Italian aperitivo.
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  • 30 minutes
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$402.80
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Lights and shadows in Rome: on the traces of Caravaggio

Lights and shadows in Rome: on the traces of Caravaggio

The life of Michelangelo Merisi, better known as "Caravaggio", was made of lights and shadows, just like his immortal art. After several troubles with the law, he was doomed to death in 1606, after committing a murder, and forced to spend the rest of his life escaping from this fate. His tormented life did not prevent him from creating some of the most outstanding masterpieces in Baroque painting: this private guided tour will allow you to follow the invisible path connecting some of them in Rome, passing through the most iconic places in the Aethernal City. At the end, you will find a sweet surprise: a tasting of eight different tastes of ice cream, served on a palette; in Rome, art is definitely everywhere.
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  • 3 hours
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Basilica di Sant'Agostino can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Basilica di Sant'Agostino costs USD 34.53. Guided Basilica di Sant'Agostino tours start around USD 34.53 per person.
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