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Immerse yourself in the Vatican's awe-inspiring art with no-wait access to the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and more.

  • Access exclusive access through the Official Vatican Partner entrance
  • Access St. Peter’s Basilica
  • See the Sistine Chapel, Vatican, the Papal collections, the famous Gallery of Maps, and more
  • Hear in-depth stories behind the art from your expert guide
In details you will see:
  • Vatican Museum
  • Pinacoteca Courtyard - with views of St. Peter’s Basilica
  • Pinecone Courtyard
  • Chiaramonti Museum
  • Gallery of Candelabra - ancient sculptures
  • Gallery of Tapestries
  • Gallery of Maps
  • Sistine Chapel
  • St. Peter’s Basilica
  • St. Peter’s Square
Skip-the-line tickets. Priority-group entrances without queuing at the ticket office. While visiting the Palatine Hill.

  • Entrance tickets to the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum
  • Group entrance to the Colosseum, without queues for ticket offices
  • 3-hour guided tour
  • Headphones to listen to the guide
You will see in detail:
  • Colosseum: explore the Rome’s most emblematic symbol and the world’s largest oval amphitheatre, built to hold over 50,000 spectators.
  • Roman Forum: discover the Roman Empire’s symbol of power and sophisticated social, religious and political style of living.
  • Palatine Hill: venture into one of the most ancient parts of Rome while you visit the Palatine Hill ruins surrounded by beautiful towering pine trees
Not included:
  • Access to the underground part of the Colosseum
  • Pick up and return to the hotel
This full-day combo walking-tour is the best way to discover two of Rome’s most impressive areas. Discover several of the city’s most fascinating attractions in just six hours.

Morning tour: Follow the knowledgeable guide on a captivating tour around the Vatican City and discover three of its most unique treasures:
  • Vatican Museums
  • Sistine Chapel
  • St Peter's Basilica
And as well as the historical explanation, your guide will tell stories of betrayal and even lust!
The dress code to enter St Peter’s Basilica is quite strict. Men and women must have their shoulders and knees covered. It is preferable for men to wear long trousers.

Afternoon tour: After visiting the Vatican City, you’ll have time to eat at your own leisure and then meet your guide in the afternoon to continue the visit. You’ll visit the following landmarks:
  • Colosseum
  • Roman Forum
  • Palatine Hill
Enjoy a private walking tour through the Vatican's most famous landmarks with a knowledgeable guide. Experience the benefits of an itinerary designed to ensure you discover the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museum and St. Peter's Basilica.

Important information:
  • St Peter’s Basilica has a very strict dress code. Women and men must cover their shoulders and must wear shorts or skirts that cover their knees.
  • Please note that St Peter’s Basilica can close without prior notice. If this should happen on the day of your visit, you will have more time to explore other parts included in the guided tour. On the 18th, 19th and 20th of April the St. Peter's Basilica may close for special Easter celebrations.
  • This offer includes reserved tickets: you will visit the monuments with priority access, skipping the ticket office lines.
  • This activity cannot be taken with a wheelchair, nor with pushchairs/strollersPeople with disabilities who want to excercise their right to free entry should head to the reception of the Vatican Museums presenting the documentation that accredits your condition. If this is approved, you'll be refunded the cost of this ticket.
  • All of our tours are official.




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7 puntos clave que no puedes perderte en los Museos Vaticanos

7 things you can not miss in the Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums are among the largest art collections in the world. This venue, testimony of the artistic patronage of the Catholic Church throughout the centuries, consists of 10 museums full of paintings, sculptures, frescoes and other artistic elements. During the tour you will visit a lot of rooms and objects that will blow your mind.

Un recorrido guiado por la Basílica de San Pedro

A guided tour to St. Peter's Basilica

In the centre of the Vatican there is St. Peter's Square, an open space built by Bernini in the 17th century, which precedes the hub of the papal city: St. Peter's Basilica. This square, surrounded by 284 columns and 140 statues of saints, during liturgical celebrations can receive more than 300,000 people. This is the ideal starting point to discover the Vatican. Today we offer you a brief tour of St. Peter's Square and Basilica, so that you will not miss any details during your visit.

¿Qué significan los frescos de la Capilla Sixtina?

What do the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel mean?

The German writer Goethe wrote: "Without having seen the Sistine Chapel one can form no appreciable idea of what one man is capable of achieving". And how right he was. This room, one of the most famous art rooms in the world, offers sublime aesthetic experience that stands out during the tour of the Vatican Museums.

And it is impossible to think about the Sistine Chapel without considering the figure of Michelangelo Buonarroti, who said that "Small things make perfection, but perfection is no small thing"; the perfection that he sought in his masterpiece through his various frescoes. Read on to learn more about the works of art that cover the Sistine Chapel.