My tours with your Chinese Mandarin speaking tour guides were wonderful! Please see below for responses. Couldn’t be happier. Booking process was so easy and the money was well-spent. Guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Good language skills. Booking process was easy and straightforward. No issues at all. Fast responses to emails. No issues with payment. Our tour experiences were so much fun. Very informative and casual, guide was quite friendly. Good Chinese skills. I would absolutely recommend you. Will be looking to you for more tours in the future. I came across Nancy Aiello Tours googling Mandarin Chinese Tours Rome.
SKIP THE LINE PRIVATE BORGHESE GALLERY CHILDREN TOUR
Borghese Gallery children tour exposes your family to art, history, and mythology all in one! This private skip the line Borghese Gallery children tour is an interactive learning experience in arts and culture. The Borghese Gallery in Rome is a trove of treasure where myths and legends are portrayed throughout the art. Enjoy an exciting artistic discovery adventure in search of Bernini, Caravaggio, Raphael, Greek and Roman classical antiquities. Hear the secret stories behind the masterpieces and their creators. From learning about the life of the sculptors and painters, to the process of carving the stone and creating a masterpiece your guide keeps you engaged throughout the tour.
This awe-inspiring museum, home to a smaller collection than the Vatican offers the opportunity to experience impressive artworks in a more intimate setting. Its colorful twenty rooms boast masterpieces of the Renaissance and Baroque, classical sculptures as well as mosaics depicting gladiators in combat. Here each artwork has a story to tell. Baroque and Renaissance artists used historical and mythological themes for inspiration. Hear animated anecdotes that spark your kid’s curiosity. Your expert kid-friendly guide points out artworks that feature gods, goddesses, and mythological creatures. Your guide encourages children to respond to paintings and sculptures keeping them involved in what is coming next. After enriching your artistic knowledge, walk along the Borghese Gardens one of the first parks of its kinds in Rome graced by statues and fountains.