The Renaissance at Palazzo Venezia

The Thousand Stories of VIVE
- Guided tour
- Sunday, May 19, 11 am

Palazzo Venezia is a symbol of the Roman Renaissance for its architectural forms inspired by the work of Leon Battista Alberti, its sculptural and pictorial decorations, such as the frescoes of the Chamber of the Labours of Hercules, and the great historical figures who have crossed its threshold. The visit is a walk in the Rome of the past. The rooms of the palace will conjure up before our eyes the passion of Pope Paul II for collecting artworks, the popular celebrations for Carnival and the visits to Palazzo Grimani of the great intellectuals of Europe, from Pietro Bembo to Erasmus of Rotterdam and the extraordinary library of Cardinal Domenico Grimani.

WHEN: Sunday, May 19
TIME: 11 a.m.
WHERE: Palazzo Venezia
MEETING POINT: the entrance to Palazzo Venezia, Via del Plebiscito 118

Information and reservations

This tour costs 5 euros. The cost of the visit is in addition to the admission charge to VIVE.

Up to 18 years old admission is free and between 18 and 25 years costs only 2 euros.

To take part in the tour, book and buy your ticket at least 2 days in advance by clicking here.

Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of your visit at the meeting point.

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