Villa Giulia

 

Pope Julius III in 1550 assigned the initial design of the building to Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola in 1551–1553. The nymphaeum and other garden structures, however, were designed by Bartolomeo Ammanati, all under the supervision of Giorgio Vasari. Michelangelo also worked there. Pope Julius took a direct interest in the villa’s design and decor and spent vast amounts of money on enhancing its beauties. The Museum was founded in 1889 with the aim of collecting together all the pre-Roman antiquities belonging to the Etruscan and Faliscan civilizations.

Villa Borghese

58€/75€ Children/Adults

Open :9am - 7pm

Closed on Monday

2 hour

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 ?

No dress code requested for this tour. The program of this tour do not includes any churches to be visited. However the common sense of respect is requested for this tour. 

 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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