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ICCHMT 2019

TOURS

The Roman Theatre
September 3rd 2019

73/ person
VAT 22% included

Itinerary to the discovery of the theater in ancient Rome, visiting the three major theaters that made the tradition of the Latin comedy famous in the first century a.C.

Starting from the Theatre of Marcellus, we will admire the remains of the original entry and the surviving arches, crossing then the “Obscure Shops” of the ancient Theater of Balbo. Through the sacred area of Largo Argentina and the site of the assassination of Julius Caesar, we will walk through the narrow streets of Campo de’ Fiori square, ending in the ancient auditorium of the Theatre of Pompeo, the first permanent theater in Rome in 55 b.C., where we will consume a typical Roman dinner inside its caves and ancient foundations.

Meeting point for the cultural tour: outside the Congress Center at 6.30 pm.

Baroque Rome
September 4th 2019

 37/ person
VAT 22% included

Navona Square, which displays the genius of Bernini and Borromini, is one of the finest Baroque masterpieces in papal Rome. The site for today’s square is built on the ancient Stadium of Domitian. The magnificent church of Sant’Agnese in Agone was designed by Francesco Borromini.

The Altemps Palace, originally built by a Roman noble family, is built around a delightful courtyard decorated by a monumental fountain standing in the middle.

This magnificent palace hosts a remarkable collection of antiquities from the classical world as well as from Egypt.

Meeting point: Navona Square (in front of the church of Sant’Agnese in Agone) at 10.30 am.

Walking tour Noble Pharmaceutical College and Roman Forum
September 5th 2019

 25/ person
VAT 22% included

The tour of the Noble Pharmaceutical College is something particular, usually not known by the visitors of the Romanum Forum. The Collegio is housed inside the old temple of Antoninus and Faustina, adapted as a Roman Catholic church, namely, the Chiesa di San Lorenzo in Miranda or simply “San Lorenzo in Miranda”. It is in the Forum Romanum, on the Via Sacra, opposite the Regia. The visit is private and includes also the museum of pharmacy history and the library consisting of a thousand ancient scientific manuscripts, whose restoration is financed by the ticket contribution.

Close to the Noble Pharmaceutical College , it takes place the ancient Roman Forum. Before becoming the political, administrative and religious centre of Rome, the Forum was an inhospitable marshland.