In this guided tour, we will specifically turn to the great composers (18th-20th century) of classical music who have left their names and works in Rome. During the stories, you can listen to music samples on the respective pieces via headphones. In the evening we will gladly reserve tickets for a classical concert or for the opera. The tour leads us first to the Tritone Fountain and the Trevi Fountain, which have supplied Ottorino Respighi inspiration for his “Fontane di Roma”, composed in 1916. Continue along the house of Pietro Mascagni (Cavalleria Rusticana) to the Pantheon, where you will find the tomb of Arcangelo Corelli located. Our tour ends in the church of S. Andrea della Valle, where Puccini staged the first act of his famous opera Tosca.