The Vatican City overflows with imposing religious and political history as well as works of art that witnessed it all. Just outside of Rome, it sits on a hilltop overlooking the Tiber River. Captivating and formidable, it can hardly miss on your bucket list! Our Vatican City tour in Rome led by one of our expert guides starts with a journey through the Vatican Museums.
Prices for Infant from 0-6 years old: free of charge
Check-in closes 30 min before departure
Dress code: Knees and shoulder must be covered
Student must carry ID before taking walking tour of Vatican City
Over five million travelers visit the Vatican every year. This makes it one of the most visited attractions in Rome. As if that wasn't enough, Vatican City offers 2000 rooms of history in the Vatican Museums alone count in all the other major landmarks, and you have got a LOT on your plate. The crowds combined with the number of options and information create a fairly overwhelming combo. Even if tours are not your thing, making an exception on the Guided tours of the Vatican is probably a good idea.
Our Vatican VIP Tour is always ready to come to your rescue, whether you are buying your tickets a month in advance or last minute. Starting with a focused yet very informative visit to the Vatican Museums, it provides one of the best ways to see the Vatican. It's hard to appreciate what you see if you don't know the story behind it!
The visit to the exceptional Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica are also on the menu. Whats even better, the Vatican guided tours includes Vatican tickets with fast-track skip the line access to all of the sights. So, no waiting, sweating, and suffering in the sun! We offer a simple online booking a guarantee a full refund (if canceled at least one day in advance) in case your plans change. After all, life is unpredictable.
The Vatican city is a place with one of the most influential histories in the world. In fact, it played a crucial role in the religious and political development of Europe for centuries.
Vatican City, a sovereign state since 1929, is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, home to the Pope and the College of Cardinals. Unsurprisingly, its the smallest country in the world with approximately 920 full-time residents and 3000 commuting employees. Despite being so tiny, Vatican state has its own telephone system, a banking system, post office, gardens, astronomical observatory, pharmacy and even a radio station. Still, most of the goods such as water, food, electricity, and gas are imported.
The Vatican wraps around St Peters Basilica that proudly overlooks the St Peters Square. This masterpiece is a result of the combined efforts of great artists including Bramante, Raphael, Michelangelo, Bernini, and Maderno. The Basilica guards the tomb of St Peter the Apostle and is the largest religious building in the whole world.
But why bore you with the detail when you can see and hear it all with your own eyes and ears! Book your Vatican Skip the line tours and knowledgeable guides, and make sure you get the most out of your time in this imposing city!