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Enjoy A Vatican and Sistine Chapel Small-Group Tour

Highlights
  • Vatican Museums tour
  • Discover the renowned art collection housed here
  • Marvel at the famous ceiling fresco in the Sistine Chapel
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Enjoy A Vatican and Sistine Chapel Small-Group Tour
From US$ 29.30
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  • What to Expect
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Overview
See the artistic treasures of the Vatican Museums, including the Sistine Chapel, on this tour with a knowledgeable guide. As you explore the museum complex and its many galleries, you’ll have the chance to admire works by Raphael and Michelangelo, plus visit St Peter’s Basilica. Skip-the-line access is provided.
What to Expect
The tour will depart from the guide's office near the the entrance of the the Vatican Museums. Your guide will lead you through one of the most important museums in the world in the Vatican, and you will admire the magnificent of St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel.

Here, in the Museums of the Popes, built-up and enriched over five centuries, you will admire with the rich buzzing of great history and sacred art. Upon entering into the Vatican Museums you will be immersed in the glory of art and culture put in the service of faith.

The greatest artists of all time will welcome you: Raphael in the Stanze, Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, Giotto, Leonardo, and Caravaggio in the Pinacoteca, van Gogh, Matisse, and Moore in the area dedicated to Contemporary Art. You will see, with the Laocoön Group and the Apollo Belvedere, the greatest masterpieces of Classical Antiquity. You will encounter centuries and millennia as you enter the Etruscan and Egyptian Museums, along with non-European civilizations in the Ethnological Museum.
Reviews (39)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Sistine Chapel was beautiful

We met at Quo Vadis office and walked to the venue, however we then had to wait about an hour even though we had booked to skip the queues because we had missed our time slot, not our fault as we all turned up at...More

Thank yatesval
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Skip the line was really skip the line

We booked the tour at 8.30 but somehow when we arrived we were told we could not go because the sistine chappel was not available that morning. One hour later we were dropped at a different tour operator who could take us. Organisationwise it was...More

Thank ShakiraStephanie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
So informative

We met Francesca at the office of the tour guides. She took our payment and then took us for a short walk to where the tour would begin. Francesca was so friendly and funny and full of information on the short walk. Our actual tour...More

Thank Cassie W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing tour....sensory overload!

We met @noon at the Quo Vadis office with a couple of other fellow tourists and our guide, Ricardo. Francesca at the office was so nice! We walked a few blocks to the Vatican Museum. There seemed to be thousands of people in lines. We...More

Thank Wayne T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Lovely tour

The good part is that they do very small tours which makes it lot more fun and easy to understand the place. The team was very professional. The guide, whose name I have unfortunately forgotten was really good though strangely she left with a hurried...More

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Anita G
22 September 2018|
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Response from Karen H | Reviewed this property |
€21 per person for entry to the Vatican
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Kate M
4 September 2018|
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Response from Kate M |
fantastic. Thank you for your reply, Karen. I've found on the vatican website you can get skip the queue and entry for 8Euro as we are students. Do you feel we may be better off doing that, from your experience?
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Jennifer N
18 June 2018|
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Response from RobnLondon | Reviewed this property |
About 150 minutes, including assembling
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