Explore Rome’s Palazzo Doria Pamphilj with an art-historian guide, and browse the impressive portfolio of Western art as live baroque music plays in the background. The palazzo is home to several famous pieces of art by Caravaggio, the bad boy of Italian art and revolutionary baroque painter. Hear about the controversial artist and other baroque and Renaissance maestros as you explore. Then, finish on a high note: a short-but-sweet concert in the building’s Jupiter Hall.
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If you can tear your eyes away from the floor-to-ceiling art, take a look at the musicians’ instruments. Most interesting is the five-stringed guitar, a replica of what is thought to be one of the most common 17th-century musical instruments.