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Fast Access Vatican Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel & St Peter Basilica guided Tour

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    Pass By: Tours of the Vatican with Francesco & his Team, 00100 Rome Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Stop At: Stanze di Raffaello, Viale Vaticano, Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Sistine Chapel, Citta del Vaticano 1, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: St. Peter's Basilica, Piazza San Pietro, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: La Pieta, Chapel of the Pieta Basilica Di San Pietro, Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Monument to Alexander VII, Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Porta Santa, Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Tomba di Giovanni Paolo II, Piazza San Pietro Basilica di San Pietro, 00193 Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro), Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Vatican Museums, Viale Vaticano, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Your tour starts at the entrance to the Vatican Museums where you meet your guide and with skip-the-line entry bypass the waiting crowds, leave your belongings in the Vatican cloakrooms, make use of the free and very clean toilet facilities and follow your guide on a journey of discovery! The first ports of call on the tour are the rooms where you can see Ancient Greek and Roman art.  When the Popes ruled Central Italy these artworks were collected from various excavation sites in the city of Rome and brought to the Vatican.  Your guide will point out the most notable of these masterpieces including the Belvedere Apollo, the Torso, busts of Claudius and Hadrian and the sarcophagi of Helen and Constance, the mother and daughter of the Emperor Constantine.  The tour continues with visits to the Room of Animals and the Gallery of Candelabra.  Here you see some marvelous mosaics and more superb statues; Diana of Ephesus; the Muses and a number of famous Greek philosophers.   A short walk takes you to the Gallery of Tapestries, the Sobieski Rooms and the Rooms of Raphael.  The latter were painted for Pope Julius II by Raphael and his disciples.  The magnificent colors and symbolism of the Parnassus and the School of Athens will astound you! We then reach the famous Sistine Chapel, the most visited site in the whole of Italy and known throughout the world as the place where new Popes are elected. Talking is prohibited in the Chapel so your guide will explain about the wonders you will see once inside and also tell you some interesting facts and anecdotes about this magical place. See Michelangelo’s frescoed ceiling depicting the Last Judgment, the Creation of Adam and the Genesis and the Stories of Moses and Jesus painted on the Chapel walls by Botticelli, Perugino and other famous Renaissance artists.

    Then it is into Saint Peter’s Basilica, the most important Roman Catholic Church in the world.  Here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pieta.  You will go to the crypt and see the tombs of past Popes, including those of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. 

    You will also learn something of the architecture of this magnificent edifice and the symbols and rituals that make this church so special. Your guide will bid you a farewell in Saint Peter’s Square but not before telling you some of the secrets and curious facts about Bernini’s famous square.  You will also see the balcony where the crowds await the white smoke signifying the election of a new Pope.  What a marvelous end to this wonderful Vatican tour! 

    Duration: 1 hour
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    Departure Point
    Viale Vaticano, Roma RM, Italy
    Duration
    3h
    Return Details
    Returns to original departure point
    Inclusions
    • Semi-Private tour
    • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
    • Local guide
    • Professional art historian guide
    • Local taxes
    • Entry/Admission - Stanze di Raffaello
    • Entry/Admission - Sistine Chapel
    • Entry/Admission - St. Peter's Basilica
    • Entry/Admission - La Pieta
    • Entry/Admission - Monument to Alexander VII
    • Entry/Admission - Porta Santa
    • Entry/Admission - Tomba di Giovanni Paolo II
    • Entry/Admission - Cortile della Pigna
    • Entry/Admission - St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro)
    • Entry/Admission - Vatican Museums
    • Guaranteed to skip the lines
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    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
    • Stroller accessible
    • Near public transportation
    • Most travelers can participate
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    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
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    Excellent tour! We skipped the very long lines (and we visited off season, and still the lines were very long!) Our guide, Laura, was amazing. Just the right amount of information, interesting, and very pleasant. We had a great time, and will use this tour again when we return
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    Claudia was an exceptional guide. She was extremely knowledgeable and engaging. The best tour we’ve had by far.
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    Our tour was great! Our tour guide was very personable and extremely knowledgeable. I highly recommend this company for your tour of the Vatican.
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    My husband and I toured the Vatican & St Peter Basilica with just 2 other people and our wonderful tour guide Claudia. I have to say that we had the best tour group! Many other groups were very large and needed headphones to be able to hear their guides. With our small group
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    The tour was fantastic!! We had a great guide, Chiara, who made the tour all but boring. Her knowledge was incredible and she shared it so enthusiastically that the 3-hour tour went by way too fast!
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