Tour Vatican Museum Sistine Chapel. Save time, enter with us, avoid long waits to enter the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums
The Vatican City
A visit to Rome is not complete until the visit to the largest artistic concentration in one place in the world: The Vatican City. Our visit will start from the Vatican Museums, which are constituted by a collection of works that the different Popes added during their pontificates, until reaching one of the first places among the Museums of the world, as much for the quantity as for the quality of their works.
Once inside, we will visit the Cortile della Pigna; the Gallery of Geographical Letters; we will cross the Gallery of the Tapestries, descending a few steps we will be before one of the great world artistic works: the Sistine Chapel, which was designed by order of Pope Sixtus IV in 1475, as a private chapel of the Popes and as place of the conclave of the cardinals for the election of the new pontiff. The paintings on the walls on both sides were painted by Botticelli, Perugino, Ghirlandaio, Rosselli, Signorelli, the best Renaissance artists.
The chapel is famous for Michelangelo’s frescoes: the Vault with scenes from Genesis and the back wall with the Last Judgment.We will enter the Basilica, where the famous Baldaquino by the artist Bernini is located and where the funerary monuments of the various Popes whose tombs are found in the Vatican Grottoes are erected. And at the end in the Basilica visit the Tomb of Blessed Giovanni Paolo II, from there We will go to the Plaza de San Pedro, where after explaining the square and the different suggestions, our service will end.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Rome, Via Santamaura 28, Roma 00192|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at least 1/2 hour before the start.|
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The entrance to the Basilica is not allowed, with shorts, miniskirts or bare shoulders.Closing days of the Vatican Museum: 1 and 6 January -11 February – 2 April – 1 May -29 June- 14 and 15 August – 1 November – 8 – 25 and 26 DecemberYou can not visit the Basilica during the religious ceremonies and Feasts of Saving, (Audiences, Beatifications, Masses of your Holiness, ect)
Group visits are not recommended for people with walking difficultiesWhen the Basilica is closed, in alternative you will visit another part of the Vatican Museum until you reach the exit.There will be no refund of tickets, since the Vatican does not return the amount in case of No Show.