Crossing the Aurelian Wall and the park of Villa Borghese, we reach the VaticanMuseums. During the visit you will admire: the Candelabra Gallery, the beautiful Tapestry Gallery and the interesting cartographic study in the MapsGallery, the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel, where Popes are elected, with the Genesis, and Last Judgement by Michelangelo, recently restored.
Between Tour 3/va and Tour 2/va you can enjoy your own roman typical lunch in a restaurant.
TOUR 2 /va 3) ANCIENT ROME (the Roman Forum)
The Imperial Forum - The Coliseum - The Capitol - St. Paul's Outside The Walls
Crossing the Quirinal Square, with the Presidential Palace, we arrive at Piazza Venezia, where is the Monument to Victor Emanuel II also called Vittoriano. The tour of Rome will continue on foot through the Capitol Hill with a beautiful
view in the Imperial Forum. The Roman Forum is the most enchanting and important archeological area in not only in Italy but into the world. The view from the Capitol hill or the Titus arch will leave you breathless. We will then arrive in front of the Costantine Arch and Colosseum, majestic simbol of the Eternal City (stop). We will proceed by bus, passing by the Pyramid Cestia to St. Paul's
outside the Walls (visit). At St. Paul Cathedral the Apostle of the People (Saint Paul) has
been buried. Return to your hotel or nearest point.