I have the opportunity to take this tour with the group I am going with in Rome this July - it appears that it isn't something that is normally available to the public and might be a once in a lifetime opportunity. This specific tour would cost me $170 to do (for me and my spouse). My question is - have any of you done this before??? - going inside these private residences? Is it worth it? Thank you!
The Spendor of Private Palaces
Rome’s historic center is defined by palaces once in competition for pre-eminence in the Eternal City. This exclusive program invites you into three of Rome’s most representative and exclusive residences closed to the public: Casino dell’Aurora Pallavicini, Palazzo Sacchetti, and Palazzo Colonna. A private art historian will accompany you to each property, providing insight into the rise and fall of these powerful Roman families and their influence on Rome’s architecture and history.