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Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Tickets, Rome
Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Tickets, RomeThe Vatican is Italy's most popular attraction with almost five million visitors annually. Book your tickets in advance to avoid long lines and guarantee your entrance. Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums ticket: This ticket allows you to skip the long lines and independently visit the Vatican Museums and the magnificent Sistine Chapel. Night at the Vatican Museums: This ticket gives you an extraordinary opportunity to independently visit the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums after sunset. These are entrance tickets ONLY, but if you would like a guided tour, select our private tour OR our shared group tour.
From $39.00 Per Person
Colosseum - Dungeons and Upper Tiers Tour, Rome
Colosseum - Dungeons and Upper Tiers Tour, RomeTake part in Rome's most exclusive cultural experience. Some unexplored areas of the Anfiteatro Flavio, better known as the "Colosseum," have been re-opened to the public, allowing small groups accompanied by a guide to view the underground chambers and upper levels of this world-famous monument. Ipogei is the name given to the underground dungeons and passageways where the ferocious lions and tigers were caged and the gladiators were prepared for battle. Here, both men and animals waited their turn before taking part in the bloody spectacle; a fascinating aspect of the visit to the Ipogei is seeing the elevators and lift platforms that were used to hoist them up to the arena floor. The upper level of the amphitheater has been closed since the 1970's. It comprises the monument's second and third tiers, and will be accessible to those who wish to enjoy a spectacular, bird's-eye view of the ancient Forum, the arch of Constantine and the monuments of Rome. Bronze pedestals, floors paved in brick, tile and cut stones laid in a herringbone pattern, marble statues and capitals, well preserved sarcophagi and smaller objects meant for daily use can be admired on this unforgettable, 1 1/2 hour tour that is sure to be the highlight of your visit to Rome! PLEASE NOTE that the entrance to the Palatine and the Roman Forum is included in the ticket fee, but they are not a part of the guided tour. Please also note that the price includes One Select Italy Gift Certificate valued at $5. Select Italy Gift Certificates have no inherent cash value and can only be redeemed once on Select Italy's website. Select Italy Gift Certificates are not transferable.
From $42.00 Per Person
Night at the Colosseum, Rome
Night at the Colosseum, RomeTake part in Rome's most extraordinary experience. Until November 1st, 2014 small groups accompanied by a guide will be allowed to view the Colosseum under the moonlight! This after-hours tour will make your visit to Rome unforgettable. It is available on Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:40PM, 9:20PM and 10:10PM. The guided tour lasts 1 hour and includes the tour of the Colosseum and of the Dungeons. However, the tour does NOT include the entrance to the Upper Tiers. Please note that the price includes One Select Italy Gift Certificate valued at $5. Select Italy Gift Certificates have no inherent cash value and can only be redeemed once on Select Italy's website. Select Italy Gift Certificates are not transferable.
From $36.00 Per Person
Colosseum and Roman Forum Pass, Rome
Colosseum and Roman Forum Pass, RomeAny visit to Rome must include a visit to the ancient heart of the city, including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Now it's possible to reserve entrance to all three sites with just one ticket and to skip the line! The price also includes One Select Italy Gift Certificate valued at $5. By far the wisest and most convenient reservation you can make for your trip to Rome, the Colosseum and Forum Pass allows you to skip lines at all three sites. Visit the Colosseum at your reserved date/time and the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill on the same day as the Colosseum, or go the following day. You can stay in the sites as long as you like. In addition, all three sites are located just steps away from one another, allowing for easy touring. Please Note: Select Italy Gift Certificates have no inherent cash value and can only be redeemed once on Select Italy's website. Select Italy Gift Certificates are not transferable.
From $31.00 Per Person
Borghese Gallery Tickets, Rome
Borghese Gallery Tickets, RomeAfter many years of restoration, the Galleria Borghese is once again inviting visitors to view the collection of masterpieces assembled in the 17th century by the great collector and patron of the arts, Cardinal Scipione Borghese. His passion and instinct for art led him to amass a unique collection that includes many Baroque masterpieces. Highlights of the collection are Gianlorenzo Bernini's marble sculpture groups of "Pluto and Persephone" and "Apollo and Daphne." The painting galleries contain Titian's "Sacred and Profane Love" and other great works by Caravaggio, Rubens, Raphael and Correggio. The Villa Borghese itself is a noteworthy example of a beautifully decorated and frescoed suburban villa, set in a vast park. Reservations are required in order to visit the museum.
From $25.00 Per Person
Papal Audience Tickets, Rome
Papal Audience Tickets, RomeEvery Wednesday morning that the Pope is in residence in Rome, he addresses and blesses his many international visitors: in Piazza San Pietro on warmer days and inside the Sala Nervi during the winter. Join a multilingual tour group with pickup from your hotel to see and hear the leader of the Catholic Church. Catholic or not, you'll find a Papal Audience a very special and memorable experience.
From $48.00 Per Person
Frida Kahlo: The Exuberance of Mexican Culture in ...
Frida Kahlo: The Exuberance of Mexican Culture in the 20th CenturyFrom March 20th to August 31st, 2014, a major exhibition on the life and work of Frida Kahlo gives visitors to the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome the chance to admire absolute masterpieces by this iconic Mexican artist whose contribution to contemporary culture comprises one of the most inextricable tangles of art and life of the whole of the 20th century. Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) suffered untold physical and psychological injuries in the terrible accident in which she was involved at the age of 17, however, her art is not merely a mirror of her life. Infused with the spirit of the world around her, Frida's paintings use the colors and symbols of Mexican popular culture to reflect upon some of the major artistic movements of her time: Mexican Modernism, International Surrealism, American Realism, the murals of Diego Rivera and what became known decades later as Magical Realism. Masterpieces from major collections, as well as key works belonging to public and private collections in Mexico, the United States and Europe, are on display in the Quirinal Stables. Self-depiction is the exhibition's predominant theme, both in terms of the numerically important role that self-portraits play in her overall output and, above all, in terms of the unique significance they have in shaping the "legend of Frida." The show is completed by a selection of photographs of the artist, including those take by Nickolas Murray in the 1940s. Please note that the price includes One Select Italy Gift Certificate valued at $5. Select Italy Gift Certificates have no inherent cash value and can only be redeemed once on Select Italy's website. Select Italy Gift Certificates are not transferable.
From $27.00 Per Person
Centrale Montemartini Museum Tickets, Rome
Centrale Montemartini Museum Tickets, RomeThe polished turbines and archaic engines of Rome's first municipal electric plant, which opened in 1912, make for fascinating modern sculpture, especially when set against the ancient sculpture now on display here -- 400 antique marble and bronze works from the rich collection of the Capitoline Museums. This abandoned factory was converted into a museum in 1997 during the restructuring of the Capitoline Museum complex. At that time, the exhibition The Machines and the Gods was created to display side by side two diametrically opposed worlds, those of classical art and of industrial archeology. In an atmospheric game of contrasts, the old machinery of electricity production is the backdrop for masterpieces of ancient sculpture arranged in four interconnecting galleries: the Atrium, the Columned Hall, the Machine Hall and the Boiler Room. The display reconstructs some of the great monumental complexes of Ancient Rome and illustrates the development of the city from the Republican era to the late imperial age. Centrale Montemartini is also used to showcase the Capitoline Museum's most recent acquisitions, making repeated visits to this fascinating site a must for anyone with an interest in Ancient Rome.
From $15.00 Per Person
MACRO Museum Tickets, Rome
MACRO Museum Tickets, RomeContemporary art shakes up the Eternal City! In the neighborhood around the Porta Pia in the northeast of Rome the multi-faceted cultural complex of the Museum of Contemporary Art is born. It is a compelling example of an "industrial archeology" that promotes the reuse and renovation of abandoned factory buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries: in fact, it combines the ex-Peroni brewery with a striking new wing by leading French architect, Odile Decq. The sheer size and spatial distribution of the complex makes it ideally suited to host important national and international exhibitions. In addition, MACRO's permanent collection offers a selection of the most significant expressions of the Italian art scene from the 1960s until the present day. Artists such as Carla Accardi, Piero Dorazio and Ettore Colla (Forma 1 group), Tano Festa, Mario Schifano and Mimmo Rotella (Scuola di Piazza del Popolo) and Mario Ceroli and Pino Pascali (Arte Povera) are displayed alongside exponents of more recent trends like Astrazione Povera and video art. The museum contains a bookshop, media library, video resource center, conference room and education center, as well as the stylish MACRO 138 Restaurant in collaboration with Gambero Rosso and a multi-level rooftop garden with an outdoor cafe'.
From $33.00 Per Person
MAXXI Museum Tickets, Rome
MAXXI Museum Tickets, RomeWith its cutting-edge design and 312,000 square-feet of space, located on the grounds of a former military barracks in Rome's Flaminio district, the MAXXI Museum has recently added a shining star to Rome's diverse architectural landscape. The name comes from the blending of the words "Modern Art" (or "MA") and XXI, the number 21 in Roman numerals; this is no coincidence since the building's clean, unadorned lines featuring white concrete walls, stark black steel stairs and a glass roof that filters in natural light are a fitting representation of 21st century aesthetics. Designed by the Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, the first woman to win, in 2004, the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize, the building's elegant curves and stunning interior spaces have been very much appreciated on an international level. MAXXI was awarded the prestigious Stirling Prize and was later declared "World Building of the Year 2010" at the World Architecture Festival of Barcelona. Officially called the National Museum of the XXI Century Arts, the building houses two separate museums -- MAXXI Art and MAXXI Architecture â and the permanent collection of 300 works includes pieces by Balla, Morandi, De Chirico, De Pisis, Guttuso, Fontana, Kandinsky, Kapoor, Richter and Andy Warhol, among others, providing a nice counterpoint to the classics that fill most of the city's other museums. But that's not all: MAXXI is also a research workshop where, alongside exhibits on contemporary art and architecture, design, fashion, film and advertising are featured in a multidisciplinary cultural center.
From $25.00 Per Person
Palazzo Valentini Tickets, Rome
Palazzo Valentini Tickets, RomeTake a captivating journey through time at the Domus Romane, a 20,000 square foot complex with two 4th century AD patrician villas and the remains of a private thermal bath situated next to Trajan's Forum in the heart of Imperial Rome. Sophisticated multimedia reconstructions featuring computer-generated projections and realistic light and sound effects plunge spectators into Roman life as it was lived almost 1,700 years ago. A wealth of mosaics, polychrome wall veneers, fountains and frescoes attests to the high rank of the villa's owners, who were probably magistrates or senators. Archaeologists stumbled on the villas in 2005 during repair work on the underground areas of the 16th-century Palazzo Valentini, the seat of Rome's Provincial Administration. Because of the fragmentary state of the ruins, videos are used to reconstruct not only what the villas may have looked like but also scenes from daily life in ancient Rome - crowds cheering victorious centurions, a glimpse of a chaotic food market and a mugging in a dimly lighted back alley. At the tour's end, visitors spill out into Trajan's Forum after passing through a series of tunnels and air-raid shelters dating from 1939.
From $26.00 Per Person