See the historic streets of Rome through the eyes of Caravaggio and discover where he drew inspiration for his masterpieces. Explore his stunning paintings at Santa Maria del Popolo church, and end by raising a glass or two of fine Italian wine.
What to Expect
This fantastic combined gastro-cultural walking tour explores the streets of Rome through the painterly eyes of Caravaggio, one of the most controversial artists of the Baroque.
Stroll through some of the most elegant of Rome’s streets, where Caravaggio took inspiration for his masterpieces. Your guide will lead you to Santa Maria del Popolo church on Piazza del Popolo to see the Caravaggio masterpieces “Crucifixion of St. Peter” and “Conversion on the Way to Damascus.”
Continue to the Spanish Steps, where Keats and Shelley once lived. Walk down the narrow Via Margutta, once home to artisan workshops and stables, and on to the fashionable Via Condotti.
End your tour at a local wine bar, where the gastro part of the day begins. Taste some of the finest Italian wines, served alongside a selection of cheeses, meats and sweets treats.
- Wine and cheese tasting
- Meats and sweets
What's Not Included
- Extra food and drink
- Pick-up and drop-off
Know Before You Go
Please note that the tour is not wheelchair accessible.