Overview of Biblioteca Angelica
Home to Biblioteca Angelica is the city of Rome in the country of Italy. Missed by most of the visitors, Biblioteca Angelica is unique in its own way.
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Your 2-hour small-group cooking class begins when you meet your Roman foodie guide in central Rome at 11:15am. Walk approximately 15 minutes to the professional cookery where you will learn to make tiramisu and savoiardi (ladyfingers) from a sweet ch
Make your visit to the Colosseum a unique one by entering the monument directly from the Arena, through the very same entrance gladiators used to join the fights. This special reservation will have you skip the line and access the amphitheater using
This 3 hour private tour is the perfect introduction to the major ancient sites of Rome. You will have an overview of Rome's major highlights like the Colosseum and the Roman Forum accompanied by a professional guide who will explain the important st
Discover Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel with a private three-hour Vatican wheelchair-accessible toMr. Visit Vatican City with a Skip the Line Fast EntranceÂ ticket. Home to the worldâs largest private portfolio of artwork, the Vatican is a
Explore Vatican Gardens and Sistine Chapel for 3.5-hours with a highly esteemed guide skipping theÂ upper Galleries with hotel pickup included. Admire irreplaceable artwork in the Popeâs gardens as you walk through the meandering pathways to w
Enjoy a 2-hour tour exploring over a thousand years of history consisting of marvelous art and cultural influence at the notable Vatican Museum, which is located in the heart of the Holy See. Your knowledgeable and passionate blue badge guide will sh
Spend 5-hours exploring Papal Villas of Castel Gandolfo, an exclusive residence of the Pope for centuries prior. Discover the interior of Castel Gandolfo and Apostolic Palace, which includes a private Music Room. Venture into Barberini Gardens on a g
Get the keys to the âEternal Cityâ combining the best Bus Tour and an easy roundtrip transfer from Civitavecchia port to the Center of Rome! You will be comfortably picked-up nearby the port and dropped-off in the center of Rome where you w
Take advantage of a unique 2-hour audio-guided combo tour of the Basilica and of St Peterâs Cupola. Avoid the long lines to access both the church and the dome. You will enjoy the spectacular views of the Eternal City and of the Vatican City Sta
This 3-hour small-group tour limited to six people takes an incredible journey through theÂ highlights of the Vatican Museums. With you local guide, skip-the-line and be amazed while admiring the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel. See unique scu
End your day in Rome at the Vatican Museums with an amazing tour at night and an exclusive dinner in a beguiling location
If you thought it was impossible to get to the Amalfi Coast from Rome and back again in a day, then think again! With our tour you can take in the all the marvels of the Amalfi Coast on the only guided day tour from Rome via high-speed train! This is
An old Library Italians use that they will let you peep at. Interesting interior that's fun to see, like a mediocre (for Rome) Church, but happily, for a change, not a Church, and with the refreshing decoration of walls full of mysterious old tomes instead of pious Saints. Plus, what are all those people at the tables studying? At a glance this library does not carry any books published after 1850 or so. I wish my library had a bit of this. We've stopped carrying anything published before 2012. Very much not worth a trip of any kind, and yet totally worth the five minutes if you just happen to be passing by (and Caravaggio fans might as it's next to Church of St. Augustine with its Madonna of the Pilgrims).
As a tourist, happy we came to check it out and came early. We were only tourists there at 9am. Won't take you more than five minutes to peek in and wonder what all those super old books are about!
Beautiful and worth seeing. However, if you need to use internet, do not come here, there is only one computer available and the wifi, even though it says its public, you will not be given the access code to it. Also the lady who worked the closing shift was incredibly rude, unlike the man in the front desk who was helpful and always showed a great attitude.
Nice ancient atmosphere. 👌
Astonished that someone else left such a negative review for the staff's ability in foreign languages! I agree that the staff may not necessarily be the best, but the library is absolutely stunning. If I had to pinpoint a negative side, then it's the amount of noisy tourists visiting the main room who never show respect for the obvious library behaviour code.