The Borghese Gallery is considered the Queen
of Private collections of art in Europe.

The Gallery hosts statues, paintings and artworks of the Renaissance and Baroque era belonged to the Cardinal Scipione Borghese, nephew of Pope Paul V.
In the Gallery you'll admire, among other things, sculptures and paintings produced by masters such as Bernini (Apollo and Daphne, David, Pluto and Proserpina); Caravaggio (David with the Head of Goliath, the Boy with Basket of fruit and the Madonna dei Palafrenieri); Canova (Venus Victrix); Rubens (the Deposition). And the symbol of the Borghese Gallery itself, Sacred and Profane Love, painted by Titian when he was about twenty-five years old.