On our A day in the Palace: Art and Power we’ll explore the biggest and best preserved noble palace of Rome and it’s incredible art collection.
The Doria-Pamphilj family, whose family tree includes the renowned Genoese admiral Andrea Doria and Pope Innocent X, is one of the very few Rome’s ancient noble families who have survived with their palaces, fortunes, and art collections intact.
Let us guide you trough their colossal 1,000-room family seat and its artistic treasures, including masterpieces by Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, Velázquez and Bernini. We’ll stroll trough the royal apartments decorated with magnificent tapestries, antique furniture, and colorful frescos, earing stories and anecdotes about the family: the greedy Olimpia, the ruthless Pope Innocent , the corageous Filippo Andrea, the everyday life of Prince Jonahtan, (that still lives in the palace!) and its court battle to preserve the huge patrimony of the family.
If you love art, history, luxury and…palazzo intrigues you can’t miss this unique experience!