Daily except Sun & religious holidays
3.5 hours (morning)
3 hours (afternoon)
8:30am (Morning Tour)
2:30pm (Afternoon Tour)
Make your way to Piazza Del Risorgimento
Just at the center of the square you will find our staff members at the Bar Caffetteria L’Ottagono (roughly 400 meters from the nearest subway stop Ottaviano)
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before all departure times
St Peter’s Square
In case you are booking for same day its mandatory to book at least 4 hours before departure time. Also note, the tour/ticket is subject to availability for the same day
Experience the icons Rome is synonymous with - the Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica, with this Guided Tour that comes with flexible options. Not to mention, you will be traversing these historic places with the official tour partners of the Vatican - which means only the best awaits you!
You can choose from the following tours:
The Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica is the Holy Trinity of attractions and is possibly on every person’s bucket list. This guided tour treats you to an exclusive Skip-The-Line access, along with professional guides who will regale you with the tales of Renaissance, history of Rome and of course, all those fascinating tidbits about everything you see. The tours are available in English and Spanish, and once you arrive, you will be given a pair of headphones to plug into your preferred language and a portable radio receiver to help you explore on your own without getting lost.
The awe-inspiring Vatican Museum is up first - home to some of the greatest artistic masterpieces ever, including the incredible Sistine Chapel. Accompany your guide in trailing the lavish Gallery of Maps, the exquisite Gallery of Tapestries - designed by the genius artist Raffaello Sanzio and realized by Belgian makers, the Raphael Rooms, Borgia Apartments and other parts of the Museum not covered in most tours.
The magnificent Sistine Chapel is where you will go next to admire the breathtaking frescoes, especially Michaelangelo’s The Last Judgement. Feast your eyes on the stunning ceiling before moving on to the opulent St. Peter’s Basilica, housing the largest dome in the world. Explore the Piazza, a vision in Baroque style architecture and designed by the legend Bernini, before moving to discover the equally surreal interiors where you can see Michaelangelo’s Pietà. Believed to be the greatest church of Christendom, this where St. Peter, one of Jesus’ twelve apostles, is considered to be buried here.
About the Supplier: Since 1925, Carrani Tours offers products and services throughout the entire territory of Italy operating with passion and professionalism.
Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
So there’s no rush, please arrive at the start point 15 minutes early.
Because of the attractions’ popularity, large numbers of people visit each day. For any last minute changes, time changes or other updates please visit the attraction website.
Group Size: 15
St. Peter’s Basilica - Things to Remember
Wheelchair Accessibility: Those with a disability and their attendant / companion go free with a disability certificate that you must present at the Vatican Museum's Special Permit or Reception Desk.
Dress Code: Both men and women MUST have knees and shoulders covered. No sleeveless blouses, no miniskirts, no shorts, and no hats are allowed. Failure to comply may result in denied entry.
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