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Time Elevator - A multi-sensor attraction depicting 3000 years of Roman history.
School & College Tours to Rome
Masterpiece of architectural achievement, an Eternal City with a contemporary flavour
Rome offers a wealth of opportunities for a variety of curriculum subjects.
For 500 years this was the epicentre of the Western World, challenge your students to imagine what ancient Roman life was really like! Walk through the Forum, be amazed by the Colosseum, visit temples, baths, arches and arenas to enhance understanding of Roman architecture, urban planning and everyday life.
Explore the complex of palaces, courtyards and galleries at the Vatican, a ‘city state within a city’. Art and Design students will be overwhelmed by the masterpieces of the Sistine Chapel, considered to be one of the greatest treasures of all time.Assess the styles of Caravaggio or Titian at Borghese Gallery, or contrast with 19th century works of Renoir, Van Gogh and Degas.
With our Food for Thought Study Course, students can discover how local foods are produced or enjoy the thrills of a local water park.
Top 5 Rome Excursions
- Vatican - A 'city state within the city'. Crowned by St Peter's and containing the Sistine Chapel. The Vatican has it's own flag, stamps, mint and judiciary.
- Colosseum - Commissioned by Emperor Vespasian in AD 72. The size of the structure and the cruelty of the games made it Rome's greatest building.
- Pantheon - Originally built as a temple and later converted to a church. Renaissance architects used it for inspiration.
- Trevi Fountain - Built by Salvi in 1735 it is the most richly decorated of Rome's fountains.
- Spanish Steps - The Baroque steps from Piazza Spagna to Trinita dei Monti. At the bottom is the house where Keats died.