Skip-the-line and guided tour to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

79,00  / 2 hours

Adults
Kids 3 to 11 y.o.
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Description

Save time with a skip-the-ticket-line tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel and discover amazing masterpieces of art and antiquity. Meet your local guide to enter the museums. Wander the vast corridors and galleries of one of the most important museums in the world, touring in a group of no more than 30 people for a more intimate experience.
Go to the spectacular Cortile del Belvedere (Belvedere Courtyard) and see historic maps of ancient cartographers in the Gallery of Maps. Admire the beautiful tapestries by some of Raphael’s students in the Gallery of Tapestries.
Then, gaze in awe at Michelangelo’s miraculous frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. After the tour you can experience the grandeur of the most important Catholic church in the world as you look inside St. Peter’s Basilica and see Michelangelo’s statue “La Pieta.” End by Bernini’s colonnades on St. Peter’s Square.

HIGHLIGHTS

      • Skip the long lines to the Vatican Museums
      • You will be expertly guided trough the Vatican Museum
      • Gaze in awe at Michelangelo’s miraculous Sistine Chapel
      • Discover one of the most imporant museum in the world

INFORMATION

You will need to go through a security check at the entrance of the Museum. Please do not bring any sharp or dangerous objects.
Big bags are not allowed. Please provide yourself with a small bag back or hand back.

DURATION: 2,5H

AVAILABLE LANGUAGES: Spanish, Italian, English

MEETING POINT

Via Germanico 5, in front of VinSanto Restaurant. There you will find our assistants with a sign and the flag of our company. Please, we strongly recommend that you arrive to the meeting point at least 5 minutes before the beginning of the tour.

SCHEDULE

From Monday to Friday starts at 16.40 , only on Saturdays at 17.40

Not available on Sunday

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