When in Rome, the guests will hear romans mentioning Saint Peter’s at least once a day! Saint Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican are part of a sovereign state but for locals, they are still perceived as an integrated part of Rome.
Both Saint Peter’s and the Vatican have been Rome for about fifteen centuries since the fall of the roman empire. The Popes reigned and enriched the apostolic memory of St. Peter’s burial with unique artworks, making the best artists producing rare examples of majesty.
Saint Peter’s Basilica is a space in which each visitor can touch and can feel how human intelligence can produce incomparable results in terms of beauty and perfection.
Rome’s Details will guide the guests in front of Michelangelo’s Pietà, Bernini’s Canopy, below Michelangelo’s dome, in the crypts, inside the Vatican Mosaic School of art, through the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel, a deep immersion in the art history of the past two millenniums, slightly crossing the lives of Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio, and Canova.