Prepare to explore the Vatican City, the world’s tiniest state! The world’s tiniest destination, but unquestionably one of the most appealing and popular. Hundreds of millions of people visit the Vatican each year. We will be enthralled by the vast collection of ancient sculptures, galleries, mosaics, and tapestries! Thanks to pre-purchased skip-the-line tickets, you will be taken through the Vatican treasures with my unique perspective and experience! The journey continues with the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museums’ crown gem. Simply look up to the ceiling to see Adam’s Creation and the Last Judgment painted on the wall with our guide.
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We start with the Vatican Museums, which is a bit like a city within a city, as the most important archive of the world's largest religions. There are over 1000 rooms for 4000 years. So people who can't visit without help are often a little confused. However, our guide has created a custom route through the museum, including the best bits, without getting lost in a maze-like corridor.
Then drive to the Sistine Chapel, perhaps the most famous place in the sanctuary. It is also the home of Mika Langero's masterpiece, The Last Judgement. Walking quietly here, as required by law, is a truly magical experience.
The Basilica of St. Peter is one of the most famous structures in Western culture. The facade we see now, on the other hand, is the result of centuries of adjustments, decisions, and labor. As we delve deeper into history, we discover that great things can emerge from humble origins. With a history reaching back to Ancient Rome, St Peter's Basilica is known as the holiest of Christian places in the world. St Peter's Basilica, also known as the 'Papal Basilica of Saint Peter' and in Italian as 'Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano,' rests on the site of its namesake's grave.