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Skip The Line | 2-3 hours | Sistine Chapel Private tour


Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel VIP Entry Guided Tour Highlights!
Vatican City
Introduction of the city and the Vatican Museums by expert local guides
Hall of the Muses
See the many statues of muses from the Greek period which depict music arts and science
Constantina’s sarcophagus
View the unusual coloured coffin of Constantina’s, daughter of Constantine the Great

Tour Details:

Duration : 2-3 hrs.
Tour Type : Private Guide – Small Group – Sistine Chapel VIP entry.
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, and other languages are available on request.

The Sistine Chapel Private Tour

This tour takes you to Vatican City’s famous museums with spectacular art displays. Experience statuary collections from Renaissance popes, the Belvedere Courtyard, the Hall of the Muses, the circular room with the statue of Hercules, the hall with Constantine’s sarcophagus, the gallery of maps overlooking the Vatican Gardens, Raphael’s Rooms and Michelangelo’s “Last Judgment” in the Sistine Chapel. With privileged entrance, journey through history, get to know hidden secrets from the Catholic Church and many other fascinating stories from the Renaissance period. You will also be able to marvel at masterpieces from Baroque artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini and the astonishing Michelangelo’s Pietà. The Vatican Museum Private tour is a special tour as you and a small group of visitors will be taken on a Sistine Chapel private tour. Discover the hidden secrets of Christianity and the Catholic Church. Learn about the Renaissance period and discover the influence of that period on the artwork and sculptures.

Be captured by the artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, an Italian sculptor who became famous for his baroquestyle and see his works at the St Peter’s Basilica. While there, also see Michelangelo’s Pietà – Mary holding the body of her son (Jesus) on her lap.

Personalised Tours Provide An Unforgettable Experience

Our expert guides will provide an experience you will not forget. How about organising a personal tour for your family and extended family or treat your staff for their amazing performance – small and big groups welcome. We can tailor-e tours which captures the most significant sites around the Vatican. The tour duration would normally be around 2-3 hours and your tour will include direct access to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica without waiting in the long lines for standard ticket holders. We can book you in for early tours, afternoon tours or evening tours. Contact us today. We also organise special tours for children catered to their interests as well as tours for the disabled, so that they too can enjoy all that the Vatican has to offer.
The Vatican Museum Tours with its timeless galleries filled with masterpieces from the Renaissance Period to the Frescos which adorn the Sistine Chapel and the beautiful marble statues which adorn the outdoors, do not miss this tour.

Just a friendly reminder again that shoulders and knees must be covered for both men and women. Please also note that there is plenty of walking so please wear comfortable footwear. A visit the Vatican is truly an experience, so do not miss out on it.

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The Home Of Christianity and Priceless Artworks
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Small GroupVatican Museum, Sistine Chapel Guided Tour

Duration: 2.5 hrs.
Group Size: Max 20.
Visit the highlights the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums with official guides.

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Early TourVatican Museum Early Entry -Sistine Chapel

Duration:
Group Size: Max 24.
Get in early and explore the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Basilica.

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  •   We booked a tour via the internet but could not find the meeting place. We rang the emergency number and Mary Anne was so helpful. She found us an alternative tour of the Colosseum and managed to calm two very stressed ladies. Thank you. Would...More

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    10/25/2019
  •   Tour was 100% a great value EXCEPT the mic provided by the company for our fantastic (and very patient) tour guide was not very good and nobody could hear here much of the time because of the wind, even when the wind was light. However...More

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    11/06/2019
  •   I would recommend this, even though I’m not actually too big on guided tours. It had convenient times available for what we wanted (when the main colosseum website had sold out) and was conducted by a knowledgeable, fun & witty guide with excellent English. You...More

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    6/23/2019
  •   We took this tour on a day when there were heat warnings, so understandably, our guides did their best to keep us in the shade for their explanations. We took a break between the Colosseum and Forum tours, which was helpful, and if one has...More

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    7/01/2019
  •   Wonderful tour-although early we were in a very big line of masses of people but the tour guide found quiet spaces to talk and explain details about the Colosseum, Rome, Roman culture and the history of the building-very interesting! He brought pictures and told great...More

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    11/13/2019
  •   Our tour guide Francesca was very pleasant; however, some of her comments were very offensive to Christians. She said that is was not true that Christians were martyred at the Colosseum. She said some of them died when they slipped and fell. What an incredible...More

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