The Fall and Rise of Rome: Private Walking TourProduct ID: 14655
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- Find out what happened after Rome fell
- Explore ancient ruins and churches
- Travel through Rome during the Middle Ages
This Rome tour will explore a different side to the Eternal city's history and culture. The familiar sites of Ancient Rome and the later Renaissance are well known to all but between these eras, Rome has a wealth of interesting monuments that are rarely visited.
The walk begins at the church of San Clemente, built over the remains of a 1st century temple. It is a fascinating structure that contains one of the world's oldest pieces of written Italian.
Passing through the Celian district, stop at the church of SS. Quattro Coronati - regarded as Rome's most beautiful medieval building, This 11th-century landmark houses stunning decorative art including frescos of San Sylvester.
This medieval Rome walking tour will climb up the hill to the church of SS. Giovanni e Paolo where you can see a collection of dwellings from the 3rd century. It gives a compelling insight into everyday life with well preserved wall decorations. You can sense the gradual transformation of society, culture and art as the centuries have passed.
- Tour guide
- Entrance fees
Meet your guide at a small cafe called Bar San Clemente, located at Via San Giovanni in Laterano 124 (across the street from the church of San Clemente). (Open in Google Maps)
Product ID: 14655