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Pinacoteca of the Vatican Museums - Vatican Tours

5 highlights of the Pinacoteca in the Vatican Museums

The Pinacoteca of the Vatican Museums is home to an astonishing collection of painting with artworks of Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Perugino, Fra' Angelico and ohter great artists.

10th Mar 2016

Vestal Virgins of Ancient Rome

Privilege and punishment: the Vestal Virgins of Ancient Rome

Devoting your life as a Vestal Virgin to the State and retaining your chastity was an honour, awarded with great privileges, but one mistake could lead to being buried alive.

9th Feb 2016

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower - Florence

Savonarola in Florence: visions of the apocalypse

Steps from the Fountain of Neptune is a plaque, marking the spot where three friars were hanged and burned in 1498. It’s difficult to imagine the piazza was once a scene of horror ...

5th Feb 2016

The Domus Aurea: Nero's pleasure palace in Rome

The Domus Aurea: Nero's pleasure palace in Rome

Nero's Golden House: read about the story of its Palace of endless beauty and complexity, its rediscovery in the 16th century and the current restoration.

22nd Jan 2016

Florence Ponte Vecchio

How to spend your day in Florence

For anyone fascinated by history or enchanted by art, visit Florence. Imagine walking through the streets of a city that was created by geniuses like Michelangelo and Brunelleschi

13th Jan 2016

Visit Florence

Visit Florence: A Renaissance Journey

Visit Florence to step back in time, into the Renaissance city of Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael. During an extraordinary era of creativity, artists and architects

22nd Dec 2015

Benvenuto Cellini: Renaissance Man

Benvenuto Cellini: Renaissance Man

Benvenuto Cellini, overshadowed by the spectacular genius of Michelangelo, is actually one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance. Learn more about his dramatic life

21st Dec 2015