The great art collections of Roman families The Baroque was the century of the great art collections: Popes, Pope nephew and Cardinals were the protagonists of the burgeoning patronage, which attracted many talented artists to the Eternal City. In addition to public works, commissioned artists such as Bernini, Caravaggio, Lanfranco and Pietro da Cortona were clamped by their patron and at the facilities of its Privatpaläste – and villas, today put its rich art collections, visitors to the astonishment. Cardinal Scipione Borghese, Pope Urban VIII, Queen Christina of Sweden and many other important personalities join us on the Tours and tell us the exciting stories and backgrounds of their family estate.

Galleria Spada

Palazzo Spada falls the visitors to Rome who goes from Piazza Farnese to Trastevere, because of its stucco decorations ornating the facade which immediately catches the eye…

Galleria Doria-Pamphilj

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Galleria Corsini

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Galleria Borghese

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Palazzo Barberini

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Villa Torlonia

The little Villa Torlonia outlying outside the city center, maybe because of their location rarely visited by tourists, takes among Roman villas due to their originality a very special place. he villa, made up of several building complexes of different eras and styles modeled assembles, and gloriously created English Garden go to Duke Giovanni Torlonia…