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2 hrs

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4 pm

Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of the Borghese Gallery, a jewel nestled in the heart of Rome's verdant Borghese Gardens. As evening light filters through, it gently illuminates masterpieces by luminaries such as Canova, Titian, Bernini, and Raphael, offering a visual feast that transcends time.

This prestigious museum, renowned for its rich collection of sculptures, paintings, and antiquities, promises a visit that is both memorable and unique, perfectly suited for any group looking to delve into art, history, and elegance. The Borghese Gallery stands as a testament to the grandeur of Rome's artistic heritage, offering a glimpse into the sublime craftsmanship and creative genius of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. For those seeking an even more exclusive experience, we offer the extraordinary opportunity to explore the gallery outside of regular opening hours. This special arrangement allows you to wander through the gallery's splendid rooms and corridors in complete privacy, away from the hustle and bustle of daytime crowds. Imagine standing before Bernini's Apollo and Daphne or Raphael's Deposition, enveloped in the tranquility of the evening, with each piece telling its story just to you. Experience the Borghese Gallery in a way few ever will, surrounded by the beauty of art and nature, for an encounter that will linger in your memory long after you've returned home.

Join us for an unforgettable journey through the serene beauty of the Borghese Gallery, where art, history, and nature converge in Rome's verdant Borghese Gardens, offering a unique and exclusive experience that promises to leave you in awe.

Tour itinerary

David by Bernini

This dynamic sculpture captures the biblical hero David in the midst of battle, showcasing Bernini's mastery of movement and emotion in marble, a stark departure from previous, more static interpretations.

Sleeping Hermaphroditus

A captivating blend of beauty and surprise, this sculpture features a sleeping figure with feminine curves and a male form, revealing Bernini's skill in depicting delicate realism and complex subjects.

La Caccia di Diana by Domenichino

This painting portrays the goddess Diana on a hunt, encapsulating the dynamism and elegance of the Baroque period with its vivid depiction of movement and the natural landscape.

Il Giovane Malato Bacco by Caravaggio

Caravaggio's depiction of a young, sickly Bacchus offers a stark, realistic portrayal of the god of wine, highlighting the artist's revolutionary use of light and shadow to evoke depth and emotion.

Davide con la Testa di Golia by Caravaggio

This intense painting shows David holding the severed head of Goliath, capturing a moment of reflection and victory with Caravaggio's signature dramatic lighting and emotional realism.

Paolina Borghese Bonaparte by Canova

This neoclassical sculpture of Napoleon's sister as Venus Victrix exudes elegance and grace, showcasing Canova's ability to render softness and serenity in marble.

Apollo e Dafne by Bernini

A masterpiece of Baroque sculpture, it captures the moment Daphne transforms into a laurel tree to escape Apollo, illustrating Bernini's unparalleled ability to convey complex narratives and emotions through marble.

Amor Sacro e Amor Profano by Vecellio

This enigmatic painting contrasts celestial and earthly love through the depiction of two women, symbolizing the sacred and profane, with Titian's use of color and composition inviting deep contemplation.

Ratto Proserpina 5

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Ratto di Proserpina by Bernini

This dramatic sculpture depicts the abduction of Proserpina by Pluto, with Bernini's incredible attention to detail evident in the lifelike textures of skin and the intense emotions captured in marble.