Themed guided tours of Rome

Discover with Romamirabilia the most famous monuments of Rome!

Antiquity

Antiquity

Our first itineraries introduce you to Roman history showing you its development from the Republic to the Empire, up to the beginnings of Christianity at the beginning 4th century AD. With the establishment of the Roman Church...
The Vatican

The Vatican

Since 1929 the Vatican has been a sovereign state, independent of Italy. With a surface of 44 m² and scarcely 1000 inhabitants, it is the smallest recognized state in the world...
Baroque

Baroque

Still today landscape of Rome is predominantly characterized by the baroque epoch. By the 16th century, the Catholic Church had become immensely rich – one of the chief criticism of Protestant reformers...
Mixed Highlights

Mixed Highlights

Rome has some of the loveliest fountains and squares in the world. Many of them are the work of greatest sculptors and architects of the Renaissance and the Baroque eras. Some fountains are flamboyant displays, others quiet trickles of water...
Renaissance

Renaissance

Due to the wealth and the cultural tendencies of the Popes, cardinals, bankers, diplomats and intellectuals of the 16th century, Renaissance Art developed rapidly in Rome: new villas, palaces, churches, chapels and streets were constructed and many famous...
Middle Ages

Middle Ages

Our first itineraries introduce you to Roman history showing you its development from the Republic to the Empire, up to the beginnings of Christianity at the beginning 4th century AD. With the establishment of the Roman Church and the transfer of the...