Child Friendly 3 Hours Distance: 2,3 KM/1,4 Miles

Be enchanted by beauty

Visit the highlights of the Vatican Museums (including some hidden gems!) and St. Peter’s Basilica with your expert guide. This tour skips the long lines and offers you a unique chance to explore the fascinating art collection of the Vatican. Discover how Michelangelo was influenced by the world-famous sculpture Laocoön. Hear stories about the amazing work by Raphael to decorate the rooms of Pope Julius II, il terribile. Enter the Sistine Chapel, which is undoubtedly the most famous chapel in the world. It is a jaw-dropping place and you are guaranteed a wow moment! Our last stop is St. Peter’s Basilica. You will have direct access (skipping the long lines!) to the largest and most opulent Catholic church in the world. Enjoy the many artworks, including the Baldacchino by Bernini and the Pietà by Michelangelo. Even if you aren’t an art history expert, this tour will certainly captivate and fascinate you!

Important notes

To be able to enter the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica, men and women must cover their shoulders and knees. If it’s warm, bring a scarf, a shawl, or a sweater with you, and leave your shorts in the hotel, and you’ll be fine! In the Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica photos are allowed. In the Sistine Chapel photos and videos are strictly forbidden.

Sites visited

Vatican Museums with Raphael Rooms, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica

Skip the line for tickets

No time wasted in line

Professional guide

Engaging and expert guide for you

Easy Access

Suitable for wheelchair users

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Pricing Chart

1 pax
€ 259
€ 155/p.p.
€ 310
3 pax
€ 120/p.p.
€ 360
4 pax
€ 100/p.p.
€ 400
5 pax
€ 88/p.p.
€ 440
6 pax
€ 80/p.p.
€ 480

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