A striking visit trough the ruins of the Roman Forum: public life in ancient Rome was carried out here, between the closed spaces of the Basilicas and the open ones of the square itself, between the Senate and the temples honoring the origins of Rome and its mythical founders. Our trip trough the centuries will go on visiting the Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill): in the Republican Age the sacred temples dedicated to the Capitoline Triad (Jupiter, Juno, Minerva) were located on this acropolis. The square now appears in the splendid Renaissance style designed by Michelangelo in middle of the 16 th century. The visit to the Capitoline Museums will let a indelible impression. These museums contain marble and bronze statues, paintings and artistic works, the original bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius (substituted by a copy in the centre of the square) and a precious collection of Imperial portraits. Finally we´ll reach the Caffarelli Terrace: a place for relaxation and contemplation, directly over-looking the Roman Forum and the right bank of the Tiber towards the Gianicolo hill. Perhaps the most exclusive panorama in Rome.