Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter’s Basilica with tickets Included

Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter’s Basilica with tickets Included

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Guided Vatican Tour: Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peters Basilica with Tickets

Travel with ease, knowing that transfers and entrances will be taken care of on this complete Vatican tour all-inclusive, where you'll receive hotel pick-up and skip-the-line tickets as part of the package. See the world's largest art collection and admire the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City.

Guided Vatican Tour with and Skip the Line Tickets highlights: 

  • Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter’s Basilica with Skip the Line Access Included
  • Explore the most extensive art collection in the world, part of the UNESCO heritage
  • Visit the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, and numerous ornate galleries
  • View the works of Michelangelo and Bernini, artistic geniuses of the Renaissance era
  • Listen as your expert guide leads you to the best points of interest in the 2,000 room Vatican Museum complex

Guided Vatican Tour with and Skip the Line Tickets

Your tour will give you the special skip the line tickets which will allow you to enter in the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, the St. Peter's Basilica and more, by a privileged entrance without having to wait in line!

Visit the Vatican City, taking advantage of hotel pick-up service

A city within a city, the walled Vatican City State is the world's smallest internationally recognized independent state. As one of Christianity's most sacred sites, it 's the Pope's home and the largest art collection in the world, within the Vatican Museums. This extensive collection spans a mind-boggling 2,000 rooms, which your guide will expertly navigate to show you the most memorable and astounding sites.

Admire the Sistine Chapel and the artworks inside the Vatican Museums

One of your stops will be the Sistine Chapel, one of the most visited sites in the world. The chapel's name hints at its origins, as it was ordered by Pope Sixtus IV at the end of the 15th century. This ornate example of papal patronage is host to the works of Michelangelo, an artistic genius whose frescoes include The Creation of Adam, famously adorning the Chapel's ceiling, and The Last Judgement
Next, you will explore more of the Vatican Museums myriad wonders. Some of the other rooms you will see are: the noteworthy Gallery of Tapestries, which houses Flemish tapestries made in Brussels from paintings of Raphael's pupils; the Gallery of the Candelabra, where you will walk among Roman and Hellenistic candelabras; and the Gallery of Maps, which decorates part of the Belvedere courtyard with an impressive series of topographical maps detailing the Italian Peninsula in its entirety.

Enter the St. Peter's Basilica, the greatest church in the world

Leaving the Vatican Museums, you will visit the unique Saint Peter's Basilica. One of the world's largest churches, this is yet another Renaissance beauty which bears the mark of Michelangelo, who designed its dome and general plan. Lying within the Basilica's hallowed walls is La Pietà, another of Michelangelo's world-famous masterpieces, distinguished as the only sculpture ever personally signed by the artist himself.