Vatican Guided Tours • R3 Vatican Museum and St. Peter Basilica
Vatican Guided Tours: SMALL PARTIES TOUR EASY PRICE Easy price stems from the need to free up the client, saving on list price, while maintaining the characteristics of our tour.
12 participants maximum
Service with guide
Vatican Guided Tours Highlights – Skip the Line and visit the most important sights of Vatican City in the easy way – Explore some of the 1,400 rooms and 65,000 paintings of the Vatican Museums – Go to the Sistine Chapel and see Michelangelo’s ceiling – Admire old maps and frescoes – Privileged entrance directly to St. Peter’s Basilica
Skip the long lines at the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel on a small group . Visit one of the world’s greatest art collections with masterpieces by Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Pinturicchio and Perugino, as well as Michelangelo’s.
Skip the Line and take a tour of the Vatican Museums allows access to the Sistine Chapel and all the masterpieces of the most famous Italian artists. Huge collection of works of art accumulated over centuries by Popes, welcomes every year more than ten million visitors from around the world and runs for about 7 kilometers of galleries. The Vatican museum complex includes several sections, each of which is an independent museum, from the Egyptian Museum, the Etruscan Museum, the Greek-Roman section, the Collections of Renaissance Art. The following galleries are also part of the Vatican Museums: the Candelabra Gallery, the Tapestry Gallery, the famous Gallery of Maps, the Sobieski and the Immaculate Conception, the rooms and the loggia of Raphael, which were decorated by Pope Julius II and Pope Leo X, the Chapel of Beato Angelico, called Nicolina Chapel, the Sistine Chapel which takes its name from its founder Sixtus IV. And again, the Borgia Apartment, La Pinacoteca Vaticana and the beautiful Vatican Library. The tour includes the privileged entrance to the Vatican Museums that allows you to avoid long waits for access, the visit of the points of historical and artistic interest, a visit to the Sistine Chapel and privileged entrance directly to St. Peter’s Basilica. All prices are all inclusive and there are no hidden costs.