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The Sistine Chapel and the Vatican tour begins outside of The Vatican Museums. Where you can see the most important collection of the Popes. This complex started by the Pope Julius II in 1503. Was this Pope that ordered Michelangelo the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel with the famous Creation of Adam.
The Vatican Museums are different museums and galleries. After visiting the Vatican Gardens and the Courtyard of the Pine Cone, we will start in the Room of the Greek Cross and stroll by the Gallery of the Candelabra, the Gallery of the Tapestries and the Gallery of the Maps. Then we continue to the Sistine Chapel to admire the Last Judgement by Michelangelo. You will discover that Botticelli, Perugino and other important artists also worked on the Sistine Chapel.
By a special exit for Official Guides we allow to bypass the line of St. Peter’s Basilica. Where you will be astonished with all the baroque decorations made by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. His wonderful Canopy and the beautiful “Pieta” by Michelangelo.
Just remember! On Wednesdays due to the Pope Francis’ activities, they don’t allow us to use this exit. And we spend the hole 3 hour tour in the Vatican Museums. If you are interesting, in visiting the Basilica, please book in the afternoon or choose another day of the week.
We finish at St. Peter’s Square. Surrounded by 140 statues designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. You will have the opportunity to the see the exact place of the Sistine Chapel. Where the chimney for the “fumata bianca” is located during the Conclave, the election of the Pope. And the famous “balcony” that is a window where the Pope Francis gives the blessing every Wednesday when he is in Rome.
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1. Check the Calendar of the Vatican Museums to be sure that it’s open the day of your visit.
2. Send me and email, here. To check my availability. I will answer as soon as possible. Remember that if I don’t answer immediately, could be that in Rome is bed time or I am working with other clients.
3. As soon as you received my email, please book your entrances in the Official link of the Vatican Museum to skip the lines without overprices.
4. Check the map of the Vatican Museum, to know how to reach them with public transportation.
Price: From 1 up to 5 people €150 in total. Children till 12 years old are free, so don’t count them in the group, but please let me know that they are coming.
Duration: 3 hours.
Places that we will visit: Pine Cone Courtyard, Gallery of the Candelabras, Gallery of the Tapestries, Gallery of the Maps, Sistine Chapel with the Last Judgement by Michelangelo, St. Peter’s Basilica, Pietá, St. Peter’ Square and much more.
Meeting Point: At the Exit of the Vatican Museums.
Dressing Code: As in all the Roman Churches, they required shoulders and knees covered. Shorts and skirt are fine, but under your knees. No big backpacks or big umbrellas allow inside the Vatican Museums.
Not Included in the Price: Neither the tickets nor the transport from your hotel up to the Vatican City.
* Opening hours of the Basilica of Saint Peter or Vatican Museums can change without previous information (also after that you bought the tickets), in these cases I will inform you as soon as possible and suggest you the best option for you visit.