Piazza Venezia Tours
About Piazza Venezia, Rome
The geometric centre of Rome, this is also one of the most prime squares of Rome. The square is named after Cardinal Venezia who was responsible for the construction of his palace Palazzao Venezia in 1455, which later also became the seat of 'Serenissima' (Republic of Venice).
The square is flanked with important structures on its all sides including Palazzetto Venezia, Assicurazioni Generali (general insurance company), Palazzo Bonaparte (home of Napolean’s Mother), church of San Marco and Palazzo delle Aste and the Monument of Victor Emmanuel.
One of the major and most beautiful squares in Rome, the Piazza Venezia has a rich historical significance attached to it. The picturesque square has it all to make for a great attraction. The Piazza Venezia tickets are free of cost, still you can easily opt for the Piazza Venezia tour tickets. The Piazza Venezia tours will guide you with the history of this particular attraction.
How To Get To Piazza Venezia by Public Transport
- Bus 51, N25, 85, 87, 118 Subway line MEB1, MEB (Laurentine) to stop Cavour
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This tour elevates the senses of the artist in you, with various halts at the artworks of Michelangelo and the end closing at it. The tour begins with a walk to the piazza, which offers a magnificent view of the Roman Forum. There’s statues of Michelangelo to be admired inside the Church of St. Peter’s and the most apt ending to it forms a visit to the Colosseum.
Visit the Colosseum, Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain and much more, in only one day with a small group of maximum 6 people. Discover ancient ruins, renaissance architecture, pagan temples, and walk through parts of Rome together with you expert guide and explore hidden piazzas. We begin at Colosseum, climb the Palatine Hill and visit the Via Sacra in the Roman Forum. Next we move on to the Trevi Fountain and the historical center, where we also visit the Pantheon. The afternoon is thereafter spent in the Vatican Museum for an awe-inspiring tour of the Papal Collection and the Sistine Chapel. Admire the infamous ceiling frescos by Michelangelo and we end with a visit to the immense St Peter’s Basilica.
Witness the beauty of Rome unravel on this tour, which takes you to all the landmark attractions of Rome. Drive along the banks of River Tiber and find peace at the Piazza del Popolo. Visit the ancient Aurelian Walls, that form a classic rim to the Borghese Park. Feel refreshed along the magnificent Fountain of Four Rivers created by Bernini. This tour also takes you to the various landmark attractions of Rome, like the Colosseum and Circus Maximus, as well.
Do you only have one day to see all that Rome has to offer? That's fine. We'll take you around the most well-known and spectacular sights there are to see - you will whizz through the historical centre of Rome and gain a vast overview of the eternal city!
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One of my favourite places in the whole of Rome, and that's really saying something. The architecture is stunning, and the whole place exudes an aura of calm silence. When the sun is shining, I could spend hours on the rooftop, looking out at the beautiful vistas in all directions. There is a quaint restaurant up there too, which serves lovely coffee and pastries/sandwiches. Very much worth a visit if you're ever in Rome!
This palace is an incredible beauty of the arts. The higher you rise the more you assure of it. I recommend everyone to see. To get at the at the top of the palace you need to use a lift which costs about 7 euros.
The monument was huge and beautiful. I did not get time to go through the history of the place. But the whole area was really awesome.
It's a pretty impressive monument beside the balcony Mussolini spoke from. You can walk around and through the interior museum for free and get beautiful views of the city.
Wonderful and historical structures. A lot of historical sites nearby. Difficult to find good food and be careful with those people dressed up as roman soldiers. They will snatch you to have pictures with them and ask you to pay 15euros after.
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