Enter the Vatican Museums before the general public goes in. We will cover the highlights of this enormous museum with around 70,000 works in it! And we will make sense of it for you! We will visit the Sistine Chapel, where the Papal conclave takes place and from where you can admire The Last Judgement by Michelangelo and many more frescos that decorate the interior of it, some which have been painted by Botticelli, Perugino, Roselli and others. Then end your tour inside the mother of the Catholic Church, St. Peter’s Basilica, the most prominent work of the Renaissance architecture. We planned your route very carefully to make sure that you get to see the most important parts of this vast museum, to ensure that you see and get the best from your precious time.
7:45AM Due to protocol the Vatican personnel does a headcount of the visitors on this early voucher.
The super early effort is worth it as you beat-the-crowds! We will concentrate on the very highlights of this vast museum and enjoy the Sistine Chapel before the crowd comes in at 9AM. You will be provided with headsets so you won’t miss a word of all the curiosities & stories your guide will tell you about the pieces that you are going to see and the Vatican itself. From the Sistine Chapel you will be able to enter directly to the Basilica using your skip the line access. With a maximum of 25 people only on your group, it will be easier for you to interact with your guide!
The Vatican Museums stretch for nearly 4,5 miles inside the Vatican City and it contains around 70,000 artworks, which can obviously be a little bit overwhelming. No worries! In just 3 hours, your expert, English-speaking guide will make sure that you get to see the most important highlights and maximize your visit. With a carefully crafted route, you will visit the most important rooms of this vast museum, including the Sistine Chapel, from where you can admire the wonderful frescos that decorate the interior of it. Learn more about the artists and important figures that walked these corridors. And last but not least, with your Skip the line access, entry directly from the Sistine Chapel to St. Peter’s Basilica and see the stunning artworks held within!