- Take a walk in the beautiful Vatican City
- Discover the amazing Vatican Gardens
- Enter the Vatican Museums without wasting time in line
- Let the St. Peter's Basilica leave you in awe
- See the Michelangelo's fresco "The creation of Adam"
Join this first exclusive walking tour inside the Vatican City, discover the smallest state in the world in a 3-hour-long guided tour. Skip the line for Vatican Museums, take a special entrance to the Sistine Chapel and step inside St Peter Basilica.
Enjoy a unique walk behind the scenes of the Vatican: you will see the Pope Emerito House, the Vatican Radio Station, the Academy of Science, the Pope’s former Summer Residence, the Vatican Government Palace, a piece of the original Berlin Wall and the “Fontana dell’Aquilone “, a lovely fountain with a nice water games. This is a very exclusive visit, since it is possible to enter in the Vatican City only by special permission. In the afternoon, when it is completely forbidden to enter, the Popes typically walk around to stroll and pray.
Look St. Peter’s Basilica from behind and admire the Cupola from a very singular prospective! Take some photo in the beautiful Vatican Gardens and discover one of the most prestigious Museums in the world, with 6 million visitors per year and 4 miles and half of masterpieces.
Visit the Gallery of Maps, the Gallery of Tapestries and Candelabras and the Chapel of Pio V before entering the Sistine Chapel and admire one of the greatest masterpieces in the world. Michelangelo’s frescos are magnificent works that changed the course of arts forever: open your eyes and experience this spectacular view.
Still dreamy of Sistine Chapel’s beauty, your Vatican guide will escort you through a special access to St Peter’s Basilica, which will allow you to avoid long lines and save on time. Discover the largest church in the world, stroll through the striking aisles and admire Michelangelo's "Pieta" and the beautifully carved Bernini Pulpit.
- Welcome and assistance at Aloschi Bros. meeting point
- Skip-the-line entrance to all the sites
- Vatican City & Gardens walking tour
- Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel guided tour
- Saint Peter's Basilica guided tour
- Hotel pick-up service
Via dei Corridori 6, 00193 Roma RM, Italy
Present your voucher at the Touriststation desk in Via dei Corridori, 6 (inside the souvenir shop "Galleria San Pietro")
- The tour is not available for wheelchair users or travellers with reduced mobility
- Shoulders and knees must be covered. No low-cut, sleeveless tops or shorts will be permitted. Entrance might be denied if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
- This tour involves a fair amount of walking. Comfortable shoes are recommended
- All participants must be at the meeting point in time, no refund will be given to late comers
- Wardrobe service not available. Please note that any luggage, large handbags or boxes are not allowed
- The tour is monolingual English
- Up to 31/03/18: Mondays, Saturdays
- From 1/04/18 to 31/10/18 Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
- Meeting time: 9.30am
- Departure time: 10.00am
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