This guided tour is ideal for those who wish to experience all of the delights of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel at their own leisure. If you like to visit the eternal city in a small group, this guided trip is the perfect option for you. During this small-group guided trip, you will see the best of the Vatican, including skip-the-line tickets to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. During this guided tour, our local interpreters will describe the stories behind the sacred and profane sides of Rome, bringing the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapels to life.
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Even the fast track line is long because Vatican excursions with Skip the Line access are in high demand. Because this experience includes access through a separate entrance, there is no need to queue. At the Vatican Museums, follow your guide to see the magnificent collection of private artwork. While listening to the Vatican conspiracy, walk through the map and tapestry galleries. Admire the sculptures and candelabra in the Candelabra exhibit, as well as the old-fashioned but fascinating maps of Italy and other crafts. Take a picture in front of Donato Bramante's pinecone courtyard Pigna statue.
Walk through the room and enter the Sistine Chapel. This is the Pope's personal place of worship and a highlight of the Vatican Tour. Stand under Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam and admire his colourful mural, The Last Judgement, which covers the ceiling and decorates the entire wall.
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.