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Puccini “Tosca” Tour

Rome, Italy (1)
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Description

Puccini “Tosca” Tour
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This winding walk through Rome’s center will transport you into the dramatic opera “Tosca”.

Overview

Giacomo Puccini’s masterpiece is set in Rome. The tour will take you behind the curtain to see all the places featured in the opera that tells the story of the opera star Tosca and her lover, the revolutionary painter Mario Cavaradossi.

At each location, you listen with headphones to musical excerpts from the opera. The dramatic romance comes to life in its real-life setting. This tour hits a high note for music and opera lovers. But it’s also popular among romantics or those who enjoy a riveting, historical tale. Our Puccini “Tosca” tour transports you to Rome in the year 1800.

This tour is available on request. The more people in one group (friends, collegues) participate, the better the rate is (up to 75 percent off). You can make a booking (click on the ‘Book Now’ button) and check the prices. You do not need to pay in advance.

What’s included

• Official Rome guide
• Earpieces provided for listening to musical excerpts
• Facts about “Tosca”, opera in general and the historical context
• In English

  • 2.5 hour private, guided tour of Rome
  • By foot
  • Official Rome guide
  • See the sights featured in “Tosca”. During the winter, the tour coincides with the sunset
  • Hear the music, the history and stories about the sights of this romantic opera
  • Experience Rome in a different way
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Schedule

2016
Monday On request
Tuesday On request
Wednesday On request
Thursday On request
Friday On request
Saturday On request
Sunday On request
Meeting point Campo de' Fiori (more details after booking)

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avatar - Apr, 20, 2015 -

Irene Kamaroff, New York

"If you love Tosca (and what opera lover doesn't?), you will absolutely flip over this tour of the actual places in Rome where the opera takes place. The guide was a passionate and dedicated guide who showed me everything I wanted to know--inside the church where Cavaradossi was painting, where Angelotti would have been hiding, where the Attavanti Chapel was, the windows in the Palazzo Farnese where Scarpia would have been working, the building where Tosca might have lived, the streets on which she walked, the theatre where she might have been rehearsing, the passageways and taxi stands (still there) where she would have hired a carriage, and the roof on the Castel Sant' Angelo, where Cavaradossi was shot and where Tosca jumped to her death."