Glamour of Reinassance
May 20, 09:30-13:00 – € 50,00 per person
A pleasant promenade in the typical Renaissance Roman district.
- Piazza della Cancelleria, whose name comes from the Renaissance Palace where the Apostolic Chancellery had its seat.
- Campo dei Fiori, a picturesque Roman square surrounded by medieval and renaissance small buildings.
- Piazza Farnese with the huge Farnese Palace, commissioned by Pope Paolo III in 1514 and accomplished, among others, by Michelangelo.
- Piazza Capo di Ferro and Palazzo Spada, which clearly reveals the influence of Michelangelo. The palace houses a small gallery of Baroque paintings and the Italian Council of State.
- Via Giulia, a cobblestone street lined nearly end-to-end with churches and elegant palaces.