The New Frontier of Cultural Travel Experience! Virtual Guided Tours with an expert Guide using the Zoom App you can connect live, interact, share with your family. Each Guided Tour is about 45 minutes to an hour of LIVE streaming time, you can ask live questions and interact with other participants and at the end take our quiz!
It’s a fun and engaging and fun way to spend your time with your Family, Friends or Colleagues! It’s also a perfect ‘virtual experience’ for Schools, Universities and a Great Team Building tool where colleagues can learn about Leadership and Challenges in History!
The First Tour is a Promotional Free Tour of the Secrets of the Sistine Chapel – May 17th at 4:30 PM (New York Time – 9:30 PM London Time) PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ADJUST TIME ACCORDING TO YOUR TIMEZONE
Then Every SUNDAY Thereafter for 4 weeks at the same time (4:00 PM New York Time – 9:00 PM London Time).
Open Virtual Tours
May 24th – 4:00 PM – The Colosseum & the Life of a Gladiator
We’ll tour the Colosseum, with overviews of then Roman Forum and Capitoline Hill, and of course we’ll talk about life and death of the Gladiators!
May 31th – 4:00 PM –The Dream of Baroque Rome
Bernini VS Borromini, the works of Caravaggio and Rome’s Fountains and Squares, Popes, Cardinals and Princesses. The Dream of Rome is made of all this and Palaces, and Churches and lots more! This in a Virtual Tour in the Dream of Baroque Rome.
June 7th – 4:00 PM – The Virtual Grand Tour of Italy
The main question we are asked is which cities to visit in Italy, hence we have prepared a Virtual journey to travel from city to city, to admire its landmarks and enjoy the atmospheres. We’ll start from Venice travel to Milan, then Florence, a nice stay in Rome ending up in Naples. A virtual trip full of insider’s advice and surprises!
June 14th – 4:00 PM – Leonardo da Vinci
We’ll make this virtual journey into the mind of the greatest man of the Italian Renaissance, from his beginnings in Florence, with the annuciation, to Milan with the Last Supper and the Unfinished giant Horse, and again to Florence, Rome till the final exile in France, where hi brought the Monna Lisa. Not to be missed!