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Caravaggio the eccentric and
brawly genius Walking tour

Piazza Navona, 25


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  • Tour guide
  • Family
  • Training shoes


Caravaggio the eccentric and
brawly genius Walking tour

What would Rome have been without Caravaggio?

Discover his adventurous life and the history of this revolutionary artist.

Michelangelo Merisi from Caravaggio was a total innovator in the history of painting, revolutionary artist, eccentric and brawly genius. Exploring the center of Rome you will be able to admire his art and discover his adventurous life and find out where the artist used to live and listen about his loving affairs.

Starting with the French Church, San Luigi dei Francesi which contains three masterpieces - "la Vocazione di San Matteo", "il Martirio di San Matteo" and "San Matteo e l’Angelo" inside the Cappella Contarelli; then continue with a church not far away, located in Campo Marzio, la Chiesa Sant'Agostino where is possible to admire the masterpiece "Madonna dei Pellegrini" and leastly, inside the Cappella Cerasi into the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, the last 2 masterpieces "Conversione di San Paolo" and "La Crocifissione di San Pietro".

The tour will also allow us to admire the streets and buildings that have marked the life in the roman stay of the artist like Via della Scrofa, Palazzo Firenze, Via della Lupa, Vicolo del Divino Amore, Via della Pallacorda and Palazzo Borghese.

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Meeting point: TOURISTATION NAVONA Piazza Navona, 25.

  • Discover the Caravaggio's adventorous life
  • Admire the most famous Caravaggio's masterpieces in splendid churches
  • Explore the centre of Rome with your guide
  • Discover all the secrets of a revolutionary artist, eccentric and brawly genius
What's Included:
  • Walking Tour
  • Professional guide 
  • Headsets 
  • Small Group MAX 10 participants 
What’s not included: 
  • Food and drinks 
  • Transport 
Timetable: every day 10:00 AM or 4:00 PM. 
Duration: approx. 2 hours. 
Languages: iItalian, English, French, Spanish. 


  • Masks are required, please bring your own
  • To reduce crowds, the number of visitors is limited