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Not only to the 4 churches mentioned in the book, but several other places as well
Private Trip of the Centre of Rome, on the Locations of Angels and Demons
Follow in the footsteps of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon and retrace the ancient Path of Illumination which lies hidden in plain sight throughout the streets and buildings of Rome. Explore the incredible pagan symbols and mysteries scattered throughout the Eternal City under the guise of Christianity.
Private visit of the Centre of Rome, on the Locations of Angels and Demons highlights:
- Follow the same journey Langdon does in the book, tracing the hidden Path of the Illuminati throughout Rome
- See the hidden, occult secrets firsthand which gave birth to the career of Brown, now an international best-selling author
- Visit some of the most important pagan sites in all of Rome, learn about the symbolism and imagery used in these places, and the significance behind it
- Inject a bit of mystery and adventure into your tour
- Tour the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Saint Peter’s Square, and of course the Castel Sant’Angelo from the book’s thrilling climactic sequence
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Bring Dan Brown's best-selling novel Angels & Demons to life as you retrace the journey of protagonist Robert Langdon rushing across Rome in an attempt to identify a killer, foil a band of ancient assassins, and solve ancient and inscrutable mysteries.
A private tour to discover Rome in a different way
You'll be accompanied by a private guide whose knowledge of pagan practices, symbolism, and Christianity puts that of the eponymous professor to shame. The guide will take you along each step of the Path of Illumination, including visits at each of the four altars of science.
Admire some of the most importatn attractions of Rome, including St. Peter's Square
The tour starts at the famous Chigi Chapel in the church of St. Maria del Popolo, at the Altar of Earth. The next stop is St. Peter's Church and Square, where the famed obelisk serves as the Altar of Air.
Follow the Path of Illumination with your private guide
Moving on to the Church of St. Maria della Vittoria, you will get the opportunity to marvel at Bernini's Ecstasy of St. Teresa, which holds the dubious honor of "the most unfit ornament ever to be placed inside a Christian church." Finally, the tour concludes at the Navona Square at the Fountain of Four Rivers; also, unsurprisingly, the Altar of Water.
So if you are eager to unravel the mysteries of Angels & Demons, sign up for this tour: you will not be disappointed.
More tours to discover the center of Rome!
If you are interested in visiting the squares of Rome, but you prefer a different itinerary, we suggest you our tour of Rome by night. Moreover, if you are looking for something special, take a look at our private tour of the squares of Rome, for a unique experience while in Rome.
- Piazza Navona
- Castel Sant'Angelo
- Santa Maria della Vittoria
- Santa Maria del Popolo
The meeting point is close to the Piazza della Minerva, or at the address you indicated during the booking process.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
Dress comfortable and wear comfortable shoes.
Please be advised that if your hotel is more than a 15 minute walk from the sites, we recommend you to book transportation services and driver wiht us at ItalyXP.com . Otherwise, we advise you take a taxi with your guide to optimize your eXPerience!
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability. Once your booking is confirmed we will email you a voucher. This is your ticket and proof of purchase.
Reviewed by Stretch20 from United States
Angels and Demons with Denis
My wife and I had a delightful one-on-one with Denis Pasolini as he took us not only to the 4 churches mentioned in the book, but several other places as well. Denis charmed us--and he knew his stuff too. I mentioned Caravaggio and Denis then took us to a church a couple of blocks from the Pantheon where there were 3 Caravaggio paintings to die for.