Enjoy the first and exclusive private walking-tour based on the treasures left by one of the most powerful and controversial roman families: the Borgias.
Be part on a 2-hour guided tour in a small-group led by a professional guide through Rome.
The Borgias: rich, famous, powerful and controversial, one of the roman families that have inspired books, romances and lately a TV series.
In 1492 a Spaniard became Pope: Rodrigo Borgia, who took the name of Alexander VI. The Pope dedicated himself exclusively to "fix" his family; infact he sent his son Cesare Borgia, Valentino, to expand the borders of the papal empire, under the cry "the end justifies the means"; and he also tried to find a husband to his daughter Lucrezia. Around this family, revolve women of power, like Vannozza Cattanei, Giulia Farnese and Fiammetta, who will inaugurate the golden age of courtesans. Our walk through the spectacular scenery of Rome at sunset, will trace the history and places that saw the protagonist one of the families most controversial in history.
A local professional guide will introduce you on this 2-hour walking tour: start from the famous Castel Sant'Angelo, gaze at the interesting Palazzo Sforza and admire the statue Pasquino; be able to see one of the most visited square in Rome Campo dei Fiori, until to reach via Giulia.