Private Guided Tour
Walking through Rome it is impossible not to notice the artistic contribution of two undisputed geniuses of the Baroque, such as Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini.
Eclectic artists, first close in their works and then very distant in their nature and artistic vicissitudes. Always placed facing each other, they have been the starting point and the clash to create the excellence of architecture in the Eternal City.
Rome was shaped by these two artists, resulting in entrancing results in the architecture of the historic centre, such as Piazza Navona. From Palazzo Ripetta, walk through the history of these two artists between Spanish Steps and Palazzo Spada, discovering the human events behind these two immense artists.
If for a moment the two artists seem distant from each other, their union will be shown in some projects, such as that of the canopy of St. Peter's, showing how this emotional distance has generated unique masterpieces in the history of art.