Travel Companion technology is perfect if applied to the city guides sector. Being based in Malta, we have developed our cutting edge content, Valletta Travel Companion - a high-quality GPS based city scale visitor guide that let the user explore more that 160 points of interest across the entire city of Valletta. We plan to leverage our proprietary platform to create and launch additional city scale guides in the near future
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Valletta - The city of the Knights of St John
This charming Baroque city made of honey-colored limestone has changed relatively little over the last 400 years and, as you will discover on your walking tour, Valletta’s intertwined layers of history, art, beauty and intrigue make it one of the most fascinating places to visit in all of the Mediterranean.
In recognition of these qualities, Valletta was one of the first cities named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980 and it has been named as a European Capital of Culture for 2018.
Roma - Raffaello and the Renaissance
A romantic itinerary to discover some of the wonders of the Renaissance among the landscape, architecture and frescoes. We start from the top of the hill of the Gianicolo with a panoramic view of Rome. After a visit to the church of S. Pietro in Montorio and the Round Temple, designed by the architect Bramante, we descend to Trastevere, skirting the Botanical Gardens until we reach the splendid Villa Farnesina, residence of the banker Agostino Chigi, where we end the tour with a visit to the rooms frescoed by Raphael and his disciples.
Roma - Christian art of the early centuries
Discovering the oldest Christian art in the heart of Rome. We begin with a visit to the Patriarchal Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and the adjacent small church of Santa Prassede. Crossing then the garden of the Colle Oppio, we walk among the ruins of Emperor Trajan's Baths under which is part of the Domus Aurea, Nero's sumptuous villa. At the foot of the hill we enter into the church of San Clemente where we explore the two levels of the dungeons that enclose a mysterious shrine dedicated to the god Mithras beneath the ancient church with frescoes dedicated to the story of Pope Clement.
Roma - Classical Walk through the Eternal City
We walk from Piazza Navona to Piazza di Spagna, stopping at the Trevi Fountain and visiting the Pantheon. One waterway unites all the splendid fountains in these squares: the Aqueduct of the Virgin Water. Built in the first century and never destroyed because it was underground until it entered the city, it still feeds the fountains in the historic center today. In the course of the walk we discover the Fountain of Rivers, the monumental entrance to Domitian's Stadium, the story of the martyr St. Agnes, a section of the aqueduct still visible, and what remains of Hadrian's Temple.