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Salta la linea: Tour dei Musei Vaticani con San Paolo. Basilica di Pietro e Cappella Sistina

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Esplorate uno dei paradisi artistici più affascinanti del mondo: Città del Vaticano.

Please be aware that until March, there will not be a guided tour inside the St Peter’s Basilica due to the site's restrictions but time will be allotted to explore independently. This will not affect the duration of the tour.

Descrizione

Esplorate uno dei paradisi artistici più affascinanti del mondo come Città del Vaticano.. Passeggerte nei Musei Vaticani con più di 2000 camere e 9 chilometri di di corridoi con la più ampia collezione d'arte del mondo. Brillantemente decorati, le ali dei Musei vi apriranno le porte di storie e di segreti contenuti all'interno delle mura del Museo, piaceri originariamente pensato per il godimento esclusivo del Papa. Potrete vedere con i vostri propri occhi le opere di Michelangelo come la Cappella Sistina e le Stanze di Raffaello.

Resterete a bocca aperta davanti alla bellezza imponente della Basilica di San Pietro, dove si incontra un altro dei capolavori di Michelangelo, La Pietà. Per una finitura affascinante, ci fermeremo per ammirare la splendida Piazza San Pietro.

  

  In qualità di tour operator con licenza ufficiale, "Vaticano City tours" sono autorizzati dal Vaticano a saltare la fila d'attesa (che può durare fino a due ore!) per accedere ai Musei Vaticani. Le visite sono effettuate in piccoli gruppi mai superiori a 20 persone, una Guida turistica del vaticano parlante inglese può soddisfare personalmente a voi e la vostra è a vostra disposizione e cercherà di rendere la vostra visita di Città del Vaticano un'esperienza speciale e indimenticabile. Il loro spirito e la loro conoscenza dei luoghi rendono la labirintica Città del Vaticano (il più piccolo paese del mondo) facile da visitare - e tutto in una sola mattina!

  

  Visiterete tutti i luoghi più importanti di Città del Vaticano grazie a questo Tour unico!

Itinerario

  • Musei vaticani

  • Cappella sistina

  • Stanze di Raffaello

  • Basilica di San Pietro e Piazza San Pietro

Escluso

  • Raccolta e ritorno in hotel

  • Pasti e bevande

  • Mance

  • Spese personali

  • Costi delle attività extra

Nota

  • Contattateci se desiderati effettuare tour privati ​​in tedesco e francese.

  • Le visite sono organizzate in gruppi di non più di 20 persone.

  • I bambini sotto i 6 anni non pagano e non è richiesta prenotazione. Si prega di fornire un documento che ne attesti l'età.

  • Ingresso in Vaticano richiede un rigido codice di abbigliamento.

  • Il servizio si conclude presso la Basilica di San Pietro, in piazza San Pietro.

  • Il partecipare al tour consigliamo di indossare scarpe comode. Sfortunatamente non siamo in grado di accogliere clienti con sedia a rotelle o disabili durante il nostro tour. Consiglia di prenotare un tour privato.

  • Il mercoledì l'accesso alla Basilica di San Pietro e alla Piazza può essere interdetto al momento della visita mattutina a causa dell' Udienza Papale.

  • Dovrete arrivare al punto di incontro designato 15 minuti prima della partenza del tour programmato e presentare il vostro voucher al coordinatore del tour / guida. E' vostra responsabilità individuale arrivare al punto di partenza del tour in orario.

  • Le modifiche di prenotazione effettuate entro 72 ore avranno un costo aggiuntivo.

Dress Code

  • Spalle e ginocchia devono essere coperte.

  • top senza maniche o pantaloni corti non sono ammessi sia per gli uomini che per le donne.

  • A Coloro che non aderiscono al codice di abbigliamento non sarà consentito l'ingresso al Vaticano.

Include

  • 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.

Durata: 3:30 hour(s)
Disponibile: Lun, Mar, Mer, Gio, Ven e Sab
Raccolta: Non Disponibile
Inclusioni: 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

Programma

  • 07:45

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

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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.

Durata: 3:30 hour(s)
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Programma

  • 07:45

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

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

Adulto ( Età & al di sopra ) Da Bambino ( Età & al di sopra ) Da Neonato ( Età & al di sopra ) Gratuito
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.

Durata: 3:30 - 4 hour(s)
Disponibile: Lun, Mar, Mer, Gio, Ven e Sab
Raccolta: Non Disponibile
Inclusioni: 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

Programma

Orario di partenza:
  • 07:45

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

  • 08:00

    Start of Vatican Museums Tour

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

    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

    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.

  • St. Basilica di Pietro

    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.

  • St. Piazza Pietro

    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

Raccomando questo tour a tutti coloro che visitano Roma. Il processo di prenotazione, la guida turistica e i luoghi da visitare vale ogni dollaro speso! Il punto d'incontro è stato facile da individuare e qualcuno sarà lì per assistervi immediatamente. La guida ha memorizzato tutti i nostri nomi all'inizio del tour e si è assicurata di parlare con noi per essere sicuri che ci stiamo divertendo molto. Era molto competente, ho imparato molto da lei e ha fatto molto interessante che ho deciso di acquistare un libro per saperne di più. L'attività è stata divertente dall'inizio alla fine. Non c'è mai stato un momento di noia con lei!

Angel

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  • Questa attività non è accessibile ai disabili.

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  • Questo tour prevede una discreta quantità di camminate e scale. Si consiglia di indossare scarpe comode.

  • L' ingresso in Vaticano richiede un codice di abbigliamento rigoroso. I ginocchia e le spalle devono essere coperti sia per gli uomini che per le donne.

  • Please note that large bags/tripods/umbrellas/backpacks are not permitted in the Vatican and must be checked into the free luggage storage area. Please do not bring these items as you may need to leave the tour early to retrieve them at the entrance. Only very small bags are allowed.

Note aggiuntive
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  • On Wednesday mornings and afternoons, St. Peter's Basilica may be closed to the public due to the Papal Audience taking place in Saint Peter’s Square. Customers who wish to visit St. Peter’s Basilica is advised to travel on another day.

  • La Basilica è inoltre soggetta a chiusure last minute per cerimonie religiose. Quando ciò si verifica, sarà offerto un tour più lungo dei Musei Vaticani.

  • A causa delle specifiche regole vaticane, i commenti delle guide turistiche per la Cappella Sistina e San Paolo. La Basilica di Pietro sarà consegnata all' inizio del tour all' esterno dei locali di entrambi i siti.

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

  • La guida turistica ha la piena facoltà di rifiutare a sua discrezione il servizio ai clienti in base a abbigliamento, comportamento, forma fisica e condizioni.

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Recensioni

Raccomando questo tour a tutti coloro che visitano Roma. Il processo di prenotazione, la guida turistica e i luoghi da visitare vale ogni dollaro speso! Il punto d'incontro è stato facile da individuare e qualcuno sarà lì per assistervi immediatamente. La guida ha memorizzato tutti i nostri nomi all'inizio del tour e si è assicurata di parlare con noi per essere sicuri che ci stiamo divertendo molto. Era molto competente, ho imparato molto da lei e ha fatto molto interessante che ho deciso di acquistare un libro per saperne di più. L'attività è stata divertente dall'inizio alla fine. Non c'è mai stato un momento di noia con lei!

Angel

Più di quanto mi aspettassi... anche se sarebbe stato bello prendere un po' più di tempo per prendere tutto dentro.

Gaynor

La nostra guida è stata meravigliosa. Aveva una grande conoscenza del materiale. Era divertente. Non siamo stati in grado di apprezzare il locale perché era troppo affollato. Durante la visita di una chiesa si dovrebbe essere in grado di prendere il vostro tempo e apprezzare le antichità ospitate lì. Era così affollato che sei stato continuamente preso in ostaggio da altri. Purtroppo per una papa Chiesa non erano sul comportamento migliore. La cappella Sistena era così affollata che era impossibile spostarsi e quindi difficile da apprezzare. la migliore vista di esso si trovano all'esterno nel cortile con i manifesti appesi.

M Mckinnon

Aveva una grande esperienza la signora che ci ha mostrato intorno era molto informativo. Conosceva tutti i membri del nostro gruppo. Non avrebbe potuto chiedere una guida migliore. Ci è stata fornita una grande quantità di informazioni che ci è stata raccontata via e che è stata facile raccogliere. Così contento che abbiamo prenotato questo tour.

Joy F

Vaticano è una città che vale la pena visitare nella vostra vita. Architettura, dipinti e sculture sono eccezionali. Ha un gran numero di turisti ogni volta e vi consiglio vivamente di partecipare a questo tour. Il tour ci fornisce un biglietto veloce per i musei vaticani e possiamo risparmiare il nostro tempo di attesa in una lunga coda. La guida turistica coordina molto bene il nostro tour e ho potuto capire il Vaticano ascoltando la sua illustrazione. Godetevi la vostra giornata in Vaticano e Roma.

hammer

La folla di persone che si godono questi luoghi rende una sfida a concentrarsi su ciò che si sta effettivamente vedendo. La nostra guida era molto competente, e ha fatto del suo meglio per cogliere le opportunità in cui abbiamo avuto relativa tranquillità e spazio per prepararci per quello che stavamo per vedere. L'uso di microfono e auricolari era indispensabile per tenerci informati e insieme come gruppo. Tutti i punti di interesse importanti e iconici sono stati visti e apprezzati, nonostante la crudeltà delle persone. Siate preparati per la folla e fate del vostro meglio per concentrarvi su ciò che state assistendo. E 'un posto molto bello e sorprendente!

Jeff & Nancy

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