You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout

Visiting Rome

Visiting Rome

Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout

by Debra Rogers
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout

What is it about?

Visiting Rome? Think you want to hire a tour guide? Use this app instead and let Mary Redekop be your guide!

Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
NA
Size
405Mb
Genre
Travel Education
Last updated
May 3, 2017
Release date
April 6, 2015
More info

App Screenshots

Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout screenshot-0
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout screenshot-1
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout screenshot-2
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout screenshot-3
Renaissance, Mannerist & Baroque Rome Walkabout screenshot-4

App Store Description

Visiting Rome? Think you want to hire a tour guide? Use this app instead and let Mary Redekop be your guide!

In this casual, useful and informative app we focus on Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque art and architecture.

The app provides interactive maps, directions, video, audio, beautiful photographs and details about Piazza del Popolo, Pincio Hill, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Colonna, the Pantheon, Sant ‘Ignazio di Loyola, San Luigi Francesi, Piazza Navona and Santa Maria sopra Minerva.

If you are a Caravaggio fan, this tour is perfect for you as you will see five unbelievable Caravaggio paintings You will also stand beneath a ceiling that is an optical illusion, and see the mouth that is really a door, or is it the other way around?

Photographs are included on the map-routes to help you recognise where you are as you move from one location to the next. No Internet or GPS connections are required to use the app.

The tour is designed to be walked in one day, but may take longer depending on the amount of time you spend at each location. The total walking distance is approximately 3.5 km, so wear comfortable shoes and carry a small set of binoculars so you can see fine details in the buildings and artwork.

The tour is also designed to be used in the comfort of your own home if you want to experience Rome without leaving your house!

The app was designed for travellers, art lovers, teachers, students, travel agents and people who just love Rome! It's really easy to "Gift" this app to other Rome enthusiasts!

If you have two days in Rome why not purchase the Mostly Roman and Early Christian Rome WalkaboutTour, as well as this app, and take a complete two day tour with Mary.