Art and Food in Rome | Borghese Gallery
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Borghese Gallery


Duration of tour:    3 hours
Type of Tour:          Skip the line tour                
Please note:           Ticket reservations are required for all visitors
Extra:                       All bags will be stored at the cloakroom


The Borghese Gallery is truly a magical setting in which the beauty of the artworks, fountains and monuments combine with the rich and diverse flora of the vast surrounding park. This is one of Roman guides  favorite places in the city!  Here you can really feel the energy of this amazing place and  hear the vibration of every single piece present in the museum collection.

The Borghese Gallery houses a vast and diverse collection of sculptures and paintings produced by masters such as Bernini, Canova, Caravaggio, Raphael and Titian.

The patron of the arts, Scipione Borghese was an important  man who lived 400 years ago. He was the nephew of one of the greatest popes of any time, Paul V; he was  rich, famous, powerful, and had a big passion: Art!

Today the building and its collection belong to the Italian Government as one of the public museums of Italy. The museum  has an access limited to only 200 people every 2 hours to guarantee the standards of security and the appreciation of the place.
If you want to book this tour do it now before it will be too late to find tickets available.