Enjoy the Vatican museum and its masterpieces with a knowledgable guide in a Small comfortable group, taking the possibility to ask your questions and to have a personal treatment during the tour.
Vatican Museums are a complex of museums located in the territory of the Vatican State. Their collections were created by popes and contain works of art by classical masters, including works of the Renaissance.
The museums were founded by Pope Julius II at the beginning of the 16th century. The route through the Vatican museums includes the Sistine Chapel with the ceiling paintings of Michelangelo, and the dancers decorated by Raphael. In 2013, the Vatican museums were visited by 5.5 million people, which put them in fifth place among the most visited museums. Museums have 54 galleries, or halls, among which the Sistine Chapel is the last.
Pinacoteca Vaticana - a collection of paintings. Until 1932, the paintings were located in the Borgia Apartments. The collection includes such famous works as the triptych of Stefaneschi Giotto; Madonna di Foligno, Transfiguration, Coronation of Mary by Raphael; "St. Jerome "Leonardo da Vinci; "Position in a coffin" Caravaggio; Madonna and Child with Saints and Resurrection by Perugino; "The wedding of Our Lady" Lippi. In 1973 a collection of modern religious art was opened to the public.
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If you are visiting The Vatican with children aged 0-6, are pregnant, or have a severe disablement, you must purchase your tickets directly onsite; you can then automatically Skip-the-line
Dress code is strictly observed: knees, shoulders and stomach MUST be covered for both genders, otherwise you risk to be refused to entry
It is not allowed to bring: big bags, dangerous tools, to eat food and drinks
Please come to the Meeting point in advance