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Eyes of Rome

Capitoline Museums & Baths of Diocletian

A marvelous visit to the oldest public Art Museum in the world and the largest bath complex ever built in Rome


  • Archeology
  • History

What makes this tour Special

The Capitolini Museums are the first museum in the world! The Papal collection in 1734 opened to the "public" as place where art could be enjoyed by all and not only by the owners

Enjoy the wide art collection that inspired artists from all over the world in any time and explore the largest finding of the Ancient Roman era within the city very center

Search for Michelangelo's landmarks in your itinerary and marvel at their harmonic beauty

What to Expect


Enjoy your tour with your own private tour expert at your party's disposal only


3 hours


09:30 - 14:00


Meet&Greet at your hotel/accomodation. Transfer to the tour site included




This tour is suitable for kids of all ages


Entrance tickets are included! Enjoy your tour!

What's Included
  • Blue badge certified tour private guide
  • Entrance ticket to Capitoline Museums and Baths of Diocletian
  • Reservation fees
  • Meet & greet your private guide at your hotel or accommodation
  • One Way Transfer from your accommodation to the tour site
Not Included/ Optional Extras
  • Extras
  • Drop off back to your accommodation

Sites you’ll visit

  • Capitoline Museums
  • Baths of Diocletian
  • Not many people know that the Capitolini Museums were the result of the donation of the private collection of valuable bronzes by Pope Sixtus IV in 1471 to the citizens of Rome, a gesture that marked the birth of the first “public” museum in the world! The museumS are made up of two imposing buildings located on the Piazza del Campidoglio and house stunning art pieces from the Classic era and up to Caravaggio, Tintoretto and Rubens.
  • Being the largest of ancient Rome, approximately twice the size of the famous Baths of Caracalla, the Baths of Diocletian housed roughly 3,000 people and were built under the Roman Emperor in 298 a.C. The structure was mostly made of bricks, coated in marble and decorated with mosaics and sculptures, including a gymnasium, a library, and cold, hot and tepid public baths.

Tour description

Start your journey by visiting the Capitoline Museums, the oldest public art museum in the world, founded by Pope Sisto IV in 1471 with the donation of a collection of antique bronze statues. Follow the lead of your private guide and walk down the galleries of the museums to explore its impressive collections. Among the masterpieces housed within the museum, we’ll see the Lupa Capitolina, one of the iconic symbols of Rome. We will enter the Hall of the Emperors, the Hall of the Philosophers and the Hall of the Dying Gaul.

Continue on to Piazza della Repubblica to experience the Baths of Diocletian, the largest bath complex ever built in Rome. Follow the itinerary throughout ancient gyms, libraries and pools. End your tour with the stunning view of the Chiostro di Michelangelo and enjoy its quiet and peaceful atmosphere.

Cancellation Policy

Please note that Eyes of Rome® applies the following cancellation policy for the selected product:

  • Eyes of Rome operates on a Full Refund Policy of the amount paid during the booking for cancellations made with 30-days minimum notice
  • For cancellations/amendments requested from 30 to 3 days from the tour starting time, Eyes of Rome reserves the right to charge or hold from the downpayment % of your booking
  • For no shows on the day of the tour or cancellations/amendments requested less than 72 hours from the tour starting time, Eyes of Rome reserves the right to hold the amount paid during check out and charge any remaining balance for incomplete payments

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