1. Capitoline Museums, the first museum of the world

In the Ancient time, on the top of the Capitoline Hill there was the most important building in Rome: the temple dedicated to Jupiter Optimus Maximus.

Today on top of the same hill, there is the Town Hall and the Capitoline Museums, probably the oldest in the world (1471).
Walking across galleries and frescoed rooms, you’ll discover myths and history of Rome and some famous and meaningful ancient sculptures of the Roman tradition. 

I’ll show you fragments from a colossal marble  of Constantine, the giant statue called “Marforio”, the mysterious and amazing Lupa (she-wolf, now the symbol of Rome)
and the original bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius, one of the most loved Roman Emperors.

We’ll visit even an underground section with the ruins of the Tabularium (the archive) and here from a terrace you’ll enjoy an unforgettable view of the Roman Forum.


  1. meet your guide at Piazza del Campidoglio
  2. private tour of the Capitoline Museums


2.30/3 hours

timing may change depending from your level of interest and walking pace

What’s included:

private guide service

Not included:

Admission tickets

Tour Price: 210€