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Bath of Diocletian

With Palazzo Massimo

Bath of Diocletian

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With Palazzo Massimo

  • Expert Private Guide

    Free Entrances

    Duration: 3.5 hrs

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    Baths of Diocletian

  • 5 persons: € 626
    4 persons: € 567
    3 persons: € 508
    2 persons: € 449
    1 person: € 399
    10 persons: € 921
    9 persons: € 862
    8 persons: € 803
    7 persons: € 744
    6 persons: € 685

Tour Details

Bath of Diocletian & Palazzo Massimo

Dive Deep into Rome's Luxurious Past

Introduction: A Glimpse into Rome's Opulent Heritage

Embark on an exclusive journey that transports you to the heart of ancient Rome's splendor and grandeur. This private tour unveils the hidden gems of Rome's cultural tapestry, offering an intimate experience of the Palazzo Massimo and the majestic Baths of Diocletian.

I. Palazzo Massimo: A Treasure Trove of Ancient Artistry

Unearthing Rome's Artistic Soul

Nestled in the heart of Rome, Palazzo Massimo stands as a testament to the city's rich artistic legacy. Beyond its collection of statues of Roman emperors and exquisite bronze masterpieces, the museum offers a unique window into the daily lives of ancient Romans.

Rooms That Whisper Tales of Yore

Discover entire chambers of ancient Roman homes, unearthed in close proximity to the museum. Marvel at intricate mosaic floors and vibrant frescoes that adorned bedrooms and dining spaces. The pièce de résistance is undoubtedly the painted walls of Empress Livia's winter garden. Its lush frescoes and delicate depictions of flora and fauna transport you to a serene oasis from a bygone era.

Bronzes and Marbles: Icons of an Age

The museum proudly showcases iconic bronzes such as "The Boxer at Rest" and "The Hellenistic Prince," alongside marble masterpieces like the "Discobolus" and the statue of Emperor Augustus. These artworks once graced public spaces, infusing daily life with beauty and elegance.

II. Baths of Diocletian: A Sanctuary of Leisure and Luxury

Rome's Grand Bathhouse

Venture across to the Baths of Emperor Diocletian, Rome's largest public bathhouse, built in the dawn of the 4th century. This was the epicenter of Roman leisure, where citizens indulged in spa treatments, socialized, exercised, and even frequented public libraries.

A Testament to Rome's Social Fabric

These baths, adorned with statues akin to those in Palazzo Massimo, offer a holistic view of the Roman lifestyle. The synergy between the two sites provides a comprehensive understanding of the aesthetics and luxuries that defined ancient Rome.

Rediscovering Rome's Elegance

This private tour promises more than mere sightseeing; it's an immersive experience into the heart of Rome's luxurious past. With expert guidance, you'll traverse epochs of artistry and opulence, from grand bathhouses to artistic sanctuaries. Join us on this curated journey, where every mosaic and fresco narrates a tale, ensuring memories that will echo through time.

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