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Discover the world-famous Vatican Museums, home to the Pope's art collection. With Fast Track Access and your expert guide on your side, you will see great masterpieces right in front of you. Explore rooms such as map galleries and tapestry galleries, as well as iconic Renaissance works by artists such as Da Vinci and Caravaggio.
Duration: 2 hours
Admission Ticket included
Take a look at Raphael Rooms at the Vatican Museums, which contains many of Raphael's famous frescoes. Admire the genius of his work, as the guide emphasizes the complexity of his work, including B. Michelangelo and Da Vinci appear at "The School of Athens". Thank you for the skill and beauty of one of the greatest Renaissance artists.
The Sistine Chapel has Michelangelo's iconic frescoes, and this part of the Vatican Museums is recognized worldwide. The Pope's Chapel still functions as a place for new Pope Elections and has great religious and cultural significance. Gaze at the magnificent Bible depictions on the ceiling and walls and learn from your guide about Michelangelo's amazing achievements.
Duration: 20 minutes
St. Peter’s Basilica
Discover history, beauty, and a devout atmosphere, one of the largest churches in the world. It is said to have been built on the ruins of St. Peter and appreciates the sacredness of the church in the center of the Catholic world. Listen to your guide and enhance the beautiful veneer in front of you with plots, artistic geniuses, and stories of religious history. Descend to the Pope's tomb to fully understand the unique importance of the Vatican. At the tombs of many popes and kings who chose to be buried in this sanctuary, look back at their resting place, admiring the frescoes and sarcophagus. As your experience nears the end, ponder the history and heritage of the Vatican.
As part of your tours, you can see mosaics, see the statue of St. Peter, visit the tomb of Pope John Paul II, and of Bernini, the ornate canopy altar above St. Peter's tomb. You can marvel at Baldachin. At the basilica, you can continue your exploration if needed.