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Billet coupe-file aux musées du Vatican avec Basilique St. Pierre et Chapelle Sixtine

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Accédez aux musées du Vatican en évitant la file d'attente de l'entrée. Si vous souhaitez éviter les deux heures de queue qui précèdent l’entrée aux musées, ce tour est fait pour vous : il vous permet un accès exclusif au site, sans attente. Laissez-vous émerveiller par le célèbre tableau de La Création d'Adam de Michel-Ange lors de votre visite de la Chapelle Sixtine, et déambulez à travers les Chambres de Raphaël. Entrez dans la basilique Saint-Pierre, prenez part à une visite guidée à pieds du Vatican et admirez la fameuse sculpture de la Pietà.

Points forts
  • Une entrée privilégiée, qui vous permet d'éviter de faire la queue et d'accéder directement au Vatican
  • Groupes limités à un petit nombre de personnes (20 maximum) pour une approche de meilleure qualité
  • Guide spécialiste du Vatican à votre service
  • Accès plus tôt à a chapelle Sixtine, avant l'arrivée des autres groupes

Description

Vous voulez entrer rapidement dans les musées du Vatican sans perdre de temps à l'entrée ? Ce tour est tout simplement fait pour vous. Vous bénéficierez d'un accès privilégié au Vatican, sans aucune attente. Notre guide et spécialiste vous guidera à travers les musées du Vatican et vous pourrez admirer une des collections d'art privées les plus complètes au monde.

Avant l'entrée aux musées du Vatican, votre guide vous remettra votre propre casque audio, pour ne rater aucun détail de la visite ! Les groupes de visite n'excèdent pas 20 personnes, aussi votre guide anglophone érudit et spécialiste du Vatican sera aux petits soins avec vous pour faire de cette visite au Vatican un moment unique et inoubliable.

Visiter les dédales de la Cité du Vatican, le plus petit Etat du monde, devient un véritable jeu d'enfant grâce aux astuces et à l'ingéniosité de nos guides.

Promenez-vous dans les musées du Vatican, parcourez leurs 2000 salles et 14 kilomètres de galeries qui composent une des collections d'art les plus importantes du monde. Visitez la cour de la Pigna, la Galerie des cartes géographiques, la Galerie des Tapisseries et la Galerie des Candélabres. Flânez à travers les Chambres de Raphaël, laissez-vous émerveiller par l'enchevêtrement de galeries qui mettent en valeur tout le génie de Raphaël ; puis, dans la chapelle Sixtine, admirez de vos propres yeux le fameux tableau de La création d'Adam de Michel-Ange.

Après la visite des musées du Vatican, vous serez impressionné par la majesté de la basilique Saint-Pierre, où vous pourrez admirer un autre des chefs d'œuvres de Michel-Ange: la statue de la Pietà. Et pour finir en beauté, laissez-vous ravir par un dernier arrêt à la Place Saint-Pierre, et repérez le balcon depuis lequel le Pape s'adresse à ses fidèles.

Comprend

  • Faster than skip-the-line Vatican Museums tickets

  • Sistine Chapel tickets

  • Use of headsets

  • Skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets
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English Tour (Max 20 People)
st. peter's basilica tickets

Get the most of your Vatican tour and go past the long lines with skip the line Vatican Museum tickets through a special entrance for more time for sightseeing and less for waiting. Marvel at the Sistine Chapel's gems before wielding your priority access St. Peter's Basilica tickets for more time inside the tallest dome in the world.

Tour Highlights:
• Faster than skip-the-line Vatican tour using a dedicated entrance
• Ideal for short-term Rome visitors: 3 major Vatican sights in 1 tour
• Immersive small group tour of 20 people or less with an art historian guide and headsets
• Award-winning tour with high traveler review ratings
• Priority access St. Peter's Basilica tour

Durée: 3:30 hour(s)
Disponible: Lun, Mar, Mer, Jeu, Ven et Sam
Prise en charge: Non disponible
Inclus: Faster than skip-the-line Vatican Museums tickets / Sistine Chapel tickets / Use of headsets / English-speaking art historian guide / Skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets

Itinéraire

  • 07:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 07:55

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:10

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:10

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:15

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:30

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:30

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:45

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:45

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 09:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 12:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 09:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 10:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 13:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 10:10

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 10:25

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 13:25

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 10:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 11:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 14:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 11:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 12:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 15:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 12:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 13:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 16:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 14:15

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 14:30

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 17:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

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Level up your Vatican tour for an intimate visual experience. Don't miss a word from your guide as you explore the museums in a small group using headsets.

Tour Highlights:
• Faster than skip-the-line Vatican tour using a dedicated entrance
• Ideal for short-term Rome visitors: 3 major Vatican sights in 1 tour
• Immersive semi-private tour of 12 people or less with an art historian guide and headsets
• Award-winning tour with high traveler review ratings
• Priority access St. Peter's Basilica tour

Durée: 3:30 hour(s)
Disponible: Lun, Mar, Mer, Jeu, Ven et Sam
Prise en charge: Non disponible
Inclus: Faster than skip-the-line Vatican Museums tickets / Sistine Chapel tickets / Use of headsets / English-speaking art historian guide / Skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets

Itinéraire

  • 07:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 07:55

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:10

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:10

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:15

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:30

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:30

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 08:45

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:45

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 08:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 09:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 12:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 09:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 10:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 13:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 10:10

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 10:25

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 13:25

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 10:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 11:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 14:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 11:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 12:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 15:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 12:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 13:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 16:00

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 14:15

    Meet Your Guide at the Steps in front of the Vatican Museums Entrance

  • 14:30

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert art historian guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 17:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

Adulte ( Âge & sur ) A partir de Enfant ( Âge & sur ) A partir de Bébé ( Âge & sur ) Gratuit
French Tour (Max 20 People)
Vatican Museums

Avoid waiting in long lines on your Vatican Museums tour and enter through a special entrance using faster than skip-the-line Vatican Museums tickets while accompanied by an expert, French-speaking guide. Admire Michelangelo's paintings and sculptures with your Sistine Chapel and priority access St. Peter's Basilica tickets.

Tour Highlights:
• Faster than skip-the-line Vatican tour using a dedicated entrance
• Ideal for short-term Rome visitors: 3 major Vatican sights in 1 tour
• Immersive small group tour of 20 people or less with a French-speaking guide and headsets
• Award-winning tour with high traveler review ratings
• Priority access St. Peter's Basilica tour

Durée: 3:30 - 4 hour(s)
Disponible: Lun, Mar, Mer, Jeu, Ven et Sam
Prise en charge: Non disponible
Inclus: Faster than skip-the-line Vatican Museums tickets / Sistine Chapel tickets / Use of headsets / French-speaking guide / Skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets

Itinéraire

Heure de commencement:
  • 07:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Corner of Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie and Via Candia

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 11:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 09:00

    Meet Your Guide at the Corner of Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie and Via Candia

  • 08:45

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 12:15

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

  • 13:45

    Meet Your Guide at the Corner of Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie and Via Candia

  • 14:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour (1 hour & 45 minutes)

    Equipped with special access Vatican Museums tickets, bypass long queues as you enter the premises through an exclusive entrance. Go past other tour groups who have to wait in line for around an hour.

  • Vatican Gardens Balcony

    Head out to the balcony and glimpse St. Peter's Basilica which boasts the highest dome in the entire world. See the Vatican Gardens' landscaped yard as you hear about its fascinating history dating back to the 13th century.

  • Pinecone Courtyard

    Take a stroll through the Courtyard of the Pigna's manicured lawns. Discover the rich history of the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church as you view well-preserved sculptures and statues side by side vibrant greenery.

  • Gallery of Maps

    Retrace Italy's long, colorful history as you roam the 120-meter long Gallery of Maps. Take in its magnificent frescoes which are often confused with those at the Sistine Chapel. See vibrant, historic maps detailing the geography of the country's regions.

  • Gallery of Tapestries

    Step foot into the decorated gallery and find yourself surrounded by vibrant tapestries. The works of art, which depict stories about Saint Peter, Paul, and Moses, were drawn by Raphael's students before they were transformed into tapestries.

  • Gallery of the Candelabra

    Pass through ornate bronze gates and marvel at marble columns lined by sublime statues. Walk through its marble floor and find the imposing candelabra at the heart of the hall.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Continue your Vatican Museums tour at the Raphael Rooms. Discover Catholic history at the Room of Constantine, see the Old Testament retold at the Room of Heliodorus, gaze at Raphael's masterpiece at Room of the Segnatura, and relive the journeys of 2 popes at the Room of the Fire in the Borgo.

  • The Sistine Chapel (30 minutes)

    As guided tours are not permitted inside, your expert guide will fill you in on facts about the Pope's official residence with the aid of photos of the paintings. With Sistine Chapel tickets, explore at your own pace to admire Michelangelo's famous fresco, The Creation of Adam.

  • La Basilique St. Pierre (45 minutes)

    Get ahead of the crowds using your skip-the-line St. Peter's Basilica tickets. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and awe at sublime sculptures, including Michelangelo's Pieta. Stand below the tallest dome in the world, which is so high it can fit the Statue of Liberty.

  • Place St. Pierre

    Make your last stop at St. Peter’s Square where you can admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion. Then, spot the balcony where Pope delivers his public addresses and snap photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.

  • 17:30

    Tour Ends at St. Peter's Square

Je recommande ce tour à tous ceux qui visitent Rome. Le processus de réservation, le guide touristique et les lieux à visiter vaut chaque dollar dépensé ! Le point de rencontre a été facile à trouver et quelqu'un sera là pour vous aider immédiatement. Le guide a mémorisé tous nos noms au tout début de la visite et s'est assuré de nous parler pour s'assurer que nous passons un bon moment. Elle était très bien informée, j'ai beaucoup appris d'elle et elle m'a rendu très intéressant le fait que j'ai décidé d'acheter un livre pour en apprendre plus. L'activité était amusante du début à la fin. Il n'y a jamais eu un moment d'ennui avec elle !

Angel

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Notes

Restriction(s)
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  • Cette activité n'est pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants.

Éléments à apporter et code vestimentaire
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  • Cette visite comprend un bon nombre de marches et d'escaliers. Des chaussures confortables sont recommandées.

  • L'entrée au Vatican exige un code vestimentaire strict. Les genoux et les épaules doivent être couverts pour les hommes et les femmes.

  • Veuillez noter que les grands sacs/trépieds/parapluies/sacs à dos ne sont pas autorisés au Vatican et doivent être déposés dans les consignes à bagages. Veuillez ne pas apporter ces articles, car vous devrez peut-être quitter le circuit plus tôt pour les récupérer à l'entrée. Seuls les très petits sacs sont autorisés.

Notes complémentaires
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  • Le mercredi matin et l'après-midi La Basilique Saint-Pierre peut être fermée au public en raison de l'audience papale qui se tient sur la place Saint-Pierre. Les personnes qui souhaitent visiter la basilique St. Pierre nous vous conseillons de réserver un autre jour.

  • La basilique est également sujette à des fermetures de dernière minute pour des cérémonies religieuses. Dans ce cas, une visite plus longue des musées du Vatican sera proposée.

  • En raison des règles spécifiques du Vatican, les commentaires donnés par les guides touristiques pour la Chapelle Sixtine et la basilique St. Pierre seront donnés au début de la visite à l'extérieur des locaux des deux lieux.

  • Non-flash photography is permitted throughout the tour, except in the Sistine Chapel, where photography and talking are prohibited.

  • The no wait skip-the-line access is subject to additional security procedures. Security checks and unforeseen incidents can slow down the entry.

  • Le guide peut refuser le service aux clients en fonction de leur tenue, comportement, condition physique et de leur état.

Conditions de réservation (Nombre de participants, véhicules, heures, etc.)
English Tour (Max 20 People),
French Tour (Max 20 People)
  • Vous pouvez réserver un maximum de 20.

Upgrade: Semi-Private English Tour (Max 12 People)
  • Vous pouvez réserver un maximum de 12.

FAQ

What is the difference between Faster Than Skip the Line, VIP Skip the Line, and Skip the Line tickets?

Faster Than Skip the Line, No-Wait, and VIP Skip the Line tickets mean the same thing. It gives you access to the Vatican Museums through a dedicated entrance. This means the waiting time is significantly shorter since the only thing you'll wait for is the security check.

Skip The Line tickets refer to pre-booked tickets so you'll avoid waiting in queues to buy tickets on-site. However, you will still have to pass through the line the general public has to go through plus the security check.

I am taking a Vatican Tour that includes Saint Peter’s Basilica, will we go up the dome?

No, but it is possible to climb the Dome on your own if you wish, but you will need to purchase a ticket directly on site.

If you intend to climb the Dome after your tour ends, be sure to book a morning tour (not on a Wednesday) as the Dome access is already closed in the afternoon and the Basilica is often closed on Wednesday mornings.

Can I take photos during my Vatican visit?

Non-flash photography is permitted in most areas of the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica. But, photography of any kind is not allowed inside the Sistine Chapel.

What should I wear on my Vatican visit?

Men, women, and children must have their shoulders and knees covered at all times. Low-cut clothing and hats are not allowed.

Can I bring a backpack to the Vatican Museums?

Yes, guests can carry bags if they are smaller than 40cm length x 35cm width x 15cm depth. Anything bigger than this, or any umbrellas or camera tripods, must be checked into storage at the beginning of the tour.

Since the tour ends at the other side of the museum, guests who are forced to check bags must leave the tour early to collect them or complete a 20-minute walk back to the entrance after their tour. Those doing the afternoon tour may not be able to retrieve their belongings until the next day. It is recommended that visitors travel light and avoid bringing large baggage.

What is the best time to visit the Vatican?

If you want to avoid the crowds, go really early or really late. There are tours on VELTRA that provide access to the Sistine Chapel before it opens to the public and to the Vatican Museums after its operating hours.

What is the best day of the week to visit the Vatican?

Visit on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday to avoid most of the crowds.

Most of the museums in Rome are closed on Mondays, the Papal Audience is staged every Wednesday, locals are part of the crowds on Saturdays and the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel are closed on Sundays.

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Avis

Je recommande ce tour à tous ceux qui visitent Rome. Le processus de réservation, le guide touristique et les lieux à visiter vaut chaque dollar dépensé ! Le point de rencontre a été facile à trouver et quelqu'un sera là pour vous aider immédiatement. Le guide a mémorisé tous nos noms au tout début de la visite et s'est assuré de nous parler pour s'assurer que nous passons un bon moment. Elle était très bien informée, j'ai beaucoup appris d'elle et elle m'a rendu très intéressant le fait que j'ai décidé d'acheter un livre pour en apprendre plus. L'activité était amusante du début à la fin. Il n'y a jamais eu un moment d'ennui avec elle !

Angel

Plus que ce à quoi je m'attendais..... bien que ça aurait été sympa de prendre un peu plus de temps pour tout prendre.

Gaynor

Notre guide était merveilleux. Elle avait une grande connaissance du matériel. Elle était drôle. Nous n'avons pas été en mesure d'apprécier vraiment le lieu, car il y avait beaucoup trop de monde. En visitant une église, vous pourrez prendre votre temps et apprécier les antiquités qui s'y trouvent. Il y avait tellement de monde que vous étiez continuellement bousculé par d'autres. Malheureusement pour un papee de l'Eglise n'étaient pas sur le meilleur comportement. La chapelle Sixtene était si encombrée qu'il était impossible de la déplacer et donc difficile à apprécier. les meilleures vues se trouvent à l'extérieur dans la cour avec les affiches suspendues.

M Mckinnon

J'ai eu une grande expérience, la dame qui nous a montré les alentours était très instructive. Elle était au courant de tout le monde dans notre groupe. Je n'aurais pas pu demander un meilleur guide. On nous a donné une grande quantité d'informations qui étaient faciles à assimiler. Je suis si contente qu'on ait réservé cette visite.

Joy F

Le Vatican est une ville qui vaut la peine d'être visitée dans votre vie. Architecture, peintures et sculptures sont remarquables. Il y a un grand nombre de touristes à chaque fois et je vous recommande fortement de vous joindre à ce circuit. La visite nous permet d'obtenir un billet pour les musées du Vatican et nous pouvons économiser notre temps pour attendre dans une longue file d'attente. Le guide coordonne très bien notre visite et j'ai pu comprendre le Vatican en écoutant son illustration. Profitez de votre journée au Vatican et à Rome.

hammer

Le grand nombre de personnes qui apprécient ces lieux fait qu'il est difficile de se concentrer sur ce que l'on voit réellement. Notre guide était très bien informé et a fait de son mieux pour saisir les occasions où nous avions un calme relatif et de l'espace pour nous préparer à ce que nous étions sur le point de voir. L'utilisation du microphone et des écouteurs était indispensable pour nous tenir informés et ensemble en tant que groupe. Tous les points d'intérêt importants et iconiques ont été vus et appréciés, malgré l'écrasement des gens. Soyez prêt à affronter la foule et faites de votre mieux pour vous concentrer sur ce dont vous êtes témoin. C'est un endroit très beau et étonnant !

Jeff & Nancy

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