Private sightseeing tour in the Catacombs and Appian way with minivan Mercedes Benz and english speaking driver.
Pick up from your hotel. 4 hour tour total.
Our tour will take in the Baths of Caracalla, were the public baths of the imperial Rome were built between 212 and 217 AD, under the reign of Emperor Caracalla. It opened with the name of Termas Antoninas, as it was the name of the dynasty to which he belonged the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Bassianus, who was never known as Caracalla. Several of the giant marble bathtubs, carved from a single block, moved to the center of Rome to use as sources.
Pass through Porta di San Sebastiano to the ancient Appian Way to the Chapel of "Domine Quo Vadis" where Jesus appeared to St. Peter as he fled the martyrdom in Rome on the Appian tour continues to reach the Catacombs San Calixto underground cemeteries and where you can admire the extraordinary expression of the faith of the first Christians who came into existence in the middle of the second century and are part of a complex of galleries about 20 km. on different floors.
The underground cemetery includes The Crypts of Lucina and the area of the Popes and St. Cecilia are the oldest nuclei (second century).
The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, just before the third mile of the Via Appia Antica, just after the circus complex, Dallailla, and the tomb of the son of Emperor Maxentius Valerius Romulus.
Cecilia Metella was the daughter of Quintus Caecilius Metellus Creticus, and wife of Crassus, who claims to be the son of Marcus Licinius Crassus, who in 71 BC had stifled the slave revolt led by Spartacus in 60 BC and had formed the First Triumvirate with Caesar and Pompey.
Visit the archaeological house. Villa of Quintiles was the largest residence and sumptuous Roman suburbs. The original nucleus belonged to the brothers Quintiles, consul in 151 AD and expanded when the villa became the property imperial emperor Commodus. The core of most imposing building consists of rooms of master and servant: a circular building, a series of rooms and two large bathrooms with cold plunge caldarium and fourteen feet high, with large windows and polychrome marbles .
The monumental complex has terraces where you can admire a beautiful panorama, the Roman countryside, this panoramic view that has inspired many famous artists over time.
Ticket to the Catacombs € 8.00 p.p.
Ticket to the Baths of Caracalla € 7.00 p.p.
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