This is the best way to experience a full immersion into the Italian Baroque masterpieces. You will start off your walk from Piazza Navona, with the very famous (thanks also to movies, such as 'Angels and Demons') Fountain of the Four Rivers, created by the genius of the Baroque artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini. In the same square you can't miss the Church of Santa Agnese in Agone, right in front of the fountain, built by the renowned architect Borromini, also famous to be Bernini's antagonist. You will keep walking until you get to the Church of Sant'Agostino in the area of Campo Marzio where you will find the amazing Caravaggio's Madonna di Loreto, also known as Madonna dei Pellegrini. Another terrific work of art included in the tour is San Luigi Dei Francesi, the National French Church in Rome which houses three outstanding masterpieces depicting episodes of St. Mattiew's life. You can't miss the Church of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza built in the 17th century, that is considered to be one of the best architectural Borromini's masterworks. You will have a look at the false perspective in Palazzo Spada made by this great artist. The last stop is at Santa Maria del Popolo. Inside this church you will admire the first chapel on the left, designed by Raphael and which hosts two statues of the master Bernini, and the Cerasi Chapel, where there are two very famous Caravaggio's paintings, "La conversione di San Paolo" and "La crocefissione di San Pietro".
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