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Great - 2nd group to enter the Sistine Chapel

As expected, got to enter the Sistine Chapel early. The initial group during the check-in is quite big and everyone will be split into smaller groups. Make sure to be one of the first few people in the line so you get into the first group. Tour was fast - our guide Marco explained as much as he could during the walk to the Sistine Chapel. After the Sistine Chapel, I suggest you stick around and follow another tour group to the St Peter's basilica by turning right instead of left to exit. You will have to wait a while but it's worth it having to skip the entrance line to the basilica. No tour of the entire Vatican museum so if that's what you're interested in, this is not for you.

We booked the 9:00am shuttle but was combined with the 9:30am people~

Not happy about the way we have to wait for the next bus; obviously our bus was not “broken” as we were told, because we were able to get on the bus at 8:50am but waited on the bus for more customers to show up from other shops or something~ We didn’t leave until 9:30, plus the traffic; it took us 2 hours to get into Rome Termini station instead of 1 hour as advertised. This is not good if I had a tighter schedule then I will be in big trouble.

Fantastic, skipped the queues and got out of the heat.

Skipping the queue was great, as we got there at 10.30am and the queue was huge. We found it a bit difficult when we first got there trying to find where we had to go to skip the queue, but asked a person who we thought was a tour guide, but he was the person who validated out tickets and in we went, so we walked straight in, which was great, especially with 2 children.

This is the way to visit the Sistine Chapel

We were the first people into the Sistine Chapel on the day we visited. Within 15 minutes it was busy, but by then we'd had time to soak it up without the crowd. We were leaving St Peter's Basilica before 10am to wander round other parts of Rome, passing long queues waiting to go in. This is not an easy option and it's not cheap, but it is well worth doing.

Skip the line was nice due to the hot temperatures and crowds.

It was great to skip the line, but the meeting point was unclear and the entry by way of “reserved entrance” seemed more like butting/pushing our way into the security line. Once in the basilica, movement through to the audio guide desk was muddled. You also needed to get on the wifi to download an app. The basilica itself was a wonderful site to see.