Michelangelo

 

Born in Caprese ( Florence ) on march 6, 1475 died in Rome on February 18, 1564. Considered together with Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael the best artist of the Renaissance, was painter, sculptor, architect and engineer. Michelangelo was prodigiously excelling in every field and through his long life has produced a large volume of correspondence, sketches, and reminiscences that makes of him the best-documented artist of the 16th century. The scenes from Genesis on the ceiling and The Last Judgment on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel are two milestones in the history of Western art. Michelangelo was the first Western artist whose biography was published while he was alive by his colleague and friend Giorgio Vasari.

Schedule ( according with your booking )
  • Meet the guide at the meeting point at the given time.
  • Rich the site of the visit.
  • The visit will begin with the tour guide.
  • At the end of the explanations walk to the next site of the program.
  • If you have no other visits included this will be the end of the tour.
What You Should Bring

Nothing specific for this visit but bring a photo camera for the pictures.

Is a transportation included in this visit ?

No transportations included. Only if you booked separately .

Is there a dress code for this visit ?

YES in the churches a dress code is requested: shoulders and legs need to be covered; cover your legs down to the knees.

 Do you need a  Transportation ?

If you need a pick up to join us at the tour starting point please let us know.

We can provide you a car or a van transfer service.

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