Start your journey by visiting the Capitoline Museums, the oldest public art museum in the world, founded by Pope Sisto IV in 1471 with the donation of a collection of antique bronze statues.
Follow the lead of your private guide and walk down the galleries of the museums to explore its impressive collections. Among the masterpieces housed within the museum, we’ll see the Lupa Capitolina, one of the iconic symbols of Rome. We will enter the Hall of the Emperors, the Hall of the Philosophers and the Hall of the Dying Gaul.
Continue on to Piazza della Repubblica to experience the Baths of Diocletian, the largest bath complex ever built in Rome. Follow the itinerary throughout ancient gyms, libraries and pools. End your tour with the stunning view of the Chiostro di Michelangelo and enjoy its quiet and peaceful atmosphere.