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Private Sistine Chapel & Vatican Highlights Tour with Fast Access & Hotel Pickup

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    Stop At: Sistine Chapel Tours, Viale Vaticano 42, 00165 Rome Italy

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

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

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

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

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Monument to Alexander VII, Vatican City Italy

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Porta Santa, Vatican City Italy

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

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

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

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

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City Italy

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour

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

    In the company of a local and very knowledgeable guide you will visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Basilca. 
    Your guide will share with you the history of the Vatican and tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about the splendid artwork you will see.
    After meeting your guide your visit begins at the Belvedere Courtyard and then on to the Pio-Clementine museum with its unparalleled display of ancient Roman and Greek Statues. 
    Some of the Vatican’s most precious treasures are on display in the Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps that has the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World.  The Sobeisky Rooms holds the largest canvas to be displayed in the Vatican Museums and the Immaculate Conception Rooms has some of the most wonderful frescoes.  Nothing can compare however with the wonderful works of art by Raphael displayed in the rooms he painted for Pope Julius II.  Here is the famous Parnassus ad School of Athens.
    Then it is on to the Sistine Chapel.  Before you enter your guide will explain the history of this famous chapel, still in use today to host the conclave for the election of a new Pope, and tell you about the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, Botticelli and their Renaissance contemporaries. 
    Another of Michelangelo’s famous masteries La Pietà is to be seen in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the next place on this amazing our.  The sheer scale of this magnificent building is breathtaking and there is so much to see.  Try to count the numerous monuments to Saints and past Popes and don’t forget to see Bernini’s altarpiece the Baldacchino.
    The tour end in Saint Peter’s Square; see the Pope’s Palace, gaze upon Bernini’s statues that surround this magnificent square and perhaps take a photo of the uniquely attired Vatican Swiss Guard.

    Duration: 1 hour
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    Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

    Having done a group tour last year of the Colosseum and spent a lot of time having around and waiting for people and not really learning much we decided to book a private tour this year for the Sistine Chapel which includes the Vatican museums....More

    Date of experience: July 2019
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    Reviewed 12 June 2019

    Extremely knowledgeable and enlightening. My wife and I had been to Sistine and Vatican before but missed 90% of what our guide (Franco) showed us on this tour. He was very friendly and accommodating. Highly recommended!

    Date of experience: June 2019
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