AICR members are invited to an exclusive guided tour of the Senato, Palazzo Madama!
Built atop the ruins of the ancient baths of Nero, Palazzo Madama is the seat of the Italian Senate. Next to Piazza Navona, the building was completed for the Medici family in 1505. It was home to two Medici cardinals who both later became popes - Leo X and Clement VII - as well as a host of other members of nobility, including Cardinal Francesco Maria Del Monte, who was the patron of famous artist Caravaggio.
This a private visit, organized for AICR Members only. Please book in advance to ensure your spot. There are only 20 spaces available.
When: Saturday, March 16 2019 at 10:00am
*Exact meeting point instructions will be sent to registrants prior to the event. Please arrive 20 minutes before the tour begins.
Tickets: 25 Euro Donation to AICR / Free for American Students
Dress Code: Appropriate clothing is required, and men are asked to wear jacket and tie.
In order to complete your registration, the Senato requires your full name, birth date, and place of birth. Please indicate these in the comment box when you register. Members may bring up to one guest, but must also disclose the guest's full name and information in the comment box below.
At the day of the visit, be sure to bring a valid ID such as a citizenship card or Passport.
For any questions or concerns, contact AICR@aicrome.org
Registration Deadline: March 10 at 6pm.
Bookings are closed for this event.