Casa di Augusto

Ancient Rome

The Casa di Augusto, Augustus’ private residence, boasts superb ceiling and wall frescoes. These are further enhanced by audio narrations and video projections explaining the layout of the house and its extensive decor.

Note that admission is by guided tour only. And since numbers are limited, it's best to book an entry time when you buy your SUPER ticket.

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