a journey through the secrets of the vatican city
I'll take you to one of the smallest country in the world but so full of history and masterpieces. We'll start the visit from the vatican museums, one of the first museum in the world to be opened to the public in the late 1700. We will walk through the apartments of the popes that used to live there between the 1500 and the 1700, along the corridors, galleries and courtyards that connected the different areas of the vatican city. We'll be admiring one of the most important collection of art in the world and we will visit the Sistine chapel with the most famous masterpiece of art history: The Michelangelo's "Creation"and "the Last Judgment"
We will visit the basilica of St. Peter a church with 2000 years of history built on top of the tumb of the Saint.
It will be a memorable experience something that everyone should visit at least once in their life.
St. Peter's basilica
St. Peter's square
***this tour can't happen on Sundays because Vatican is closed ***
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Suggested by Guide: At Cafe Vaticano wich is front to the entrance of the Vatican museums (viale Vaticano 100) i'll have a folder with your name on it
End Point Options: Suggested by Guide: At St.Peter's square nearby metro and taxi station
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
The tour of the vatican is a walking tour.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Euro - This is approximately the cost for transportation and snacks
I am not a driver. I can arrange for a separate car and driver upon your request.
I can arrange transportation also from the port and back for shore excursions upon your request.
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Ennio was amazing. We spent two days with him and he exposed us to the history and culture of Rome in such a spectacular way. I was traveling with my 13 year old son and he taught us so much of the history of the Vatican and Rome that was both informative and interesting. Ennio made the city become alive. I imagined Rome as it was throughout time. He shared images and stories that were so great. Best of all he was a great guy! We felt like we were friends! I will be coming! See you again!