Semi-private morning tour of the Vatican

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Semi-private morning tour of the Vatican

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Admire the marvels of the Vatican

Entry to the Vatican before the official opening times

Essential information *

Duration
3 hours

Languages

en
de

Starting time
8:00 AM

* All details will be sent to you upon reservation.

Description

Take advantage of this tour to admire the marvels of the Holy See in complete tranquility.

By starting your tour in the morning, you will be able to access the Vatican museums before they are open to the public (tickets purchased on location). Your guide will then show you the most impressive works of the different museum galleries.

In addition to the museums, you can also admire:

  • The Sistine Chapel
  • Saint Peter's Square
  • Saint Peter's Basilica

This walking tour, in a small group, allows you to discover some of the lesser-known sites of the Vatican, and to learn many secrets and trivia of the Holy See.

Departure place

Good to know

  • Availability: Monday to Saturday (excluding exceptional cases)
  • Departure point: via Vespasiano 46B (8 via Germanico for the tour in English)
  • In order to respect the culture of the places visited, you are asked not to wear flip flops, shorts, skirts above the knee and sleeveless tops
  • This tour is not accessible to persons with reduced mobility
  • Entry to the Vatican is payable on site (Adults: €24; Children 6-18 years: €16; Children - 6 years: Free)

 

  • Important : The Saint Peter basilica is closed due to sanitary measures, starting march 3rd 2021 and until further notice

Price includes

  • A semi-private tour of the Vatican before it is open to the public
  • The services of an expert guide

Price doesn’t include

  • The skip-the-line tickets to the Vatican museums (purchased on location)
  • Hotel pick-up/ drop-off
  • Tips (optional)
  • All other extras

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