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skiptheline vatican sistine chapel st. peter’s tour

Skip-the-Line Vatican, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Tour

Duration: 2.5 hours
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Get more time to immerse yourself in the Vatican's awe-inspiring art with no-wait access to the museums and basilicas. Your expert guide will bring…

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Excellent, would thoroughly recommend this tour.

Stef our guide was very knowledgable about the collosium and pointed out a lot things that we would never have noticed. Having a guide made the visit a lot more interesting.

Great guide. Was funny but also very helpful and informative

Was a great experiance for a very reasonable price. Some of the other agencys was dearer experiances but i feel that it covered everything that it needed to.

Rome: Skip-the-Line Colosseum Tour & Entry to Roman Forum Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 17/02/2019

A very interesting tour, good value for money.

Sticky start as our tour was reorganised to a different time. However once we joined with the next available, we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Out guide was very knowledgeable and personable.

Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel & Saint Peter's Guided Tour Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 16/02/2019

What a treat when the guide loves the things she was talking about

Georgia, our guide, was fascinating. She clearly loved Rome, Italy, the Vatican and all things she talked about. She explained the significance of the things she talked about, gave us the the background and the placement in time. Clearly, she had a background of an art historian. Mille Grazie, Georgia.

A wonderful guided tour that hit all the right notes.

The minivan was comfortable and spotless: the guides knowledgeable and the February sunshine set the scene for Pisa and florence, two fantastic sites that were busy, but did not overwhelm with tourist hoardes.