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St. Peter´s Basilica privileged entrance with live guided tour
Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel fast-trak ticket with live guided tour
Early access (1 hour before the museum opens)
Vatican ticket reservation fees
The Raphael Rooms
Gregorian Egyptian Museum
Pinacoteca Vaticana
Papal Throne
Gallery of the Statues
Professional guide
Additional free time after the tour
Carriage Pavilion
Pinecone Courtyard
Not Included
Hotel Pick-up and Dropp-of
Food and Drinks

Skip the Line
Guarantee Entrance
Wheelchair accessible
Licensed Guides
Mobile Voucher
Printed Voucher
Easy Cancellation
Key Details
Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
Collection point: Vicolo del Farinone, 27, Roma, Italia
Group: Max 25 people

Before You Go

A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements


Explore the secrets of the smallest state in the world, the heart of Christianity and treasure trove of art, architecture and epic tales, the Vatican City. It’s an experience no one wants to miss out on when in Rome. One of the best ways to see the Vatican is with a Vatican VIP tour which allows you to dive deeper and see more than with any other regular tour.

First of all, VIP tour allows you to skip the lines for both the Vatican Museums as well as St Peter’s Basilica. It lets you enter the Vatican 1 hour before the general public. One of the greatest advantages of the early access tours is avoiding the crowds. As the museum gets busy, it often hinders the viewing experience (especially inside the Sistine Chapel). Another benefit that makes this a great tour is a small group size (max 10 people. It gives you that special private tour feel. Furthermore, the excursion will be in hands of an expert tour guide knowledgeable about art history as well as the history of the Vatican.

As soon as you enter the museum, you will face the impressive Giuseppe Momo’ spiral staircase. One could argue it’s the most photographed staircase on earth. Other perks awaiting you on your visit include the Raphael Rooms well-known for Michelangelo and Raphael’s frescoes; Gregorian Egyptian Museum showcasing ancient artefacts from ancient Egypt; Vatican Historical Museum and the Portraits of the Popes; Carriage Pavilion displaying famous ‘papamobili’ or Pope-mobiles (from past to present); the Sistine Chapel, a stand-alone feature, famous for Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Judgement; the incredible red marble Papal Throne with engraved lions as armrests and glimmering mosaic casting sunlight at whoever occupied the throne; the Gallery of Maps featuring a series of painted historical topographical maps; Sala Rotonda reminiscent of the Pantheon boasting a gilded statue of Hercules; Gallery of the Statues filled with marble masterpieces; Pinacoteca Vaticana housing a range of stunning paintings by Raphael and Da Vinci and the Pinecone courtyard.
Book your early access Vatican tour today, you won’t regret!

Tour Highlights

Vatican VIP tour takes the experience of the Vatican City to a whole new level. You can forget about hours of queueing or struggling to feel comfortable in large tour groups. You will get to see the best of the Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica without rush and crowds stepping on your toes. The tour provides you with:

  • personalized assistance at the meeting point;
  • highly recommended skip-the-line early access to the Vatican Museums;
  • experienced guide with vast knowledge about the history of the Vatican as well as the art that hides inside;
  • intimate, small-group ambiance and artworks usually missed by regular tours of the Vatican

History Sneak Peek

Vatican City boasts a great deal of history. Here is are a few facts before you go!

Pope Julius II is responsible for the existence of the Vatican museums as he founded it 500 years ago, in the early 16th century.  

The start of the museum concept was the purchase of then freshly excavated sculpture of Laocoön and his Sons by Pope Julius II. Upon learning about the excavation of a stunning marble statue, Pope Julius II sent Michelangelo to examine it. Michelangelo gave his blessing and so the first piece of exhibition art was purchased.

The sculpture stood on public display and was so popular it paved the road for further collections.

Julius II was also the one who, in 1508, commissioned Michelangelo to update the ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. He also hired Raphael to decorate several different rooms and gave him free hand in creating frescoes and artworks which led to the creation of today’s Raphael’s Rooms.

The Popes who followed enriched the collections, the building projects as well as the number of Museums.


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