Borghese Gallery & Museum Tour - +(39) 338 495 27 96

Book Tour

Book Private Tour



Vatican City

The Borghese Gallery, next to the Vatican Museums, is undoubtedly the finest art collection in the world. Despite the overwhelming value of the artworks on display, this gallery has the enormous advantage of not being too large, quality surpasses quantity.

Individual Price: €50 per person
Private Group Price: €300 per group (1-6 people)
2.5 hours
Start Time: 10:30am daily

Excludes entrance fees - 12 Euro's per person

More about the tour....

The greatest treasures of Raphael, Titian and Caravaggio will come to life, and the sculptures of Bernini and Canova, including Canova's Pauline Bonaparte as Venus Victrix and Bernini's Apollo and Daphne, among many more will be revealed to us in their intriguing art-historical contexts. Masterworks from the ancient Roman era, all part of the extraordinary collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese, a fascinating cultural philanthropist who possessed an unerring eye for the most excellent of artworks from Antiquity and the Renaissance, along with the imminent Baroque period.

Here we will also look at all the political manoeuvrings, the cultural policies of the papacy, along with the egos of some of the greatest masters of all time and the patron Scipione, his friends and family members who made all this possible.

Book Tour

Book Private Tour

We specialise in small group and private tours in and around Rome, including the Vatican and Sistine Chapel, all prices quoted exclude admission fees unless otherwise stated. All tours booked with us are guaranteed skip the line agency entrance and tickets are reserved by the Vatican Tour Company up front, to be reimbursed to our representative on the day.  The Vatican Tour(s) and most other tours benefit from being able to skip the lines, to help you fully enjoy your time in Rome. All of our tours are carried out in English however we can arrange private tours in other languages, for more information please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions