Skip the Line Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica
Adult Cost: EUR 79 Per Person ( INR 7213 )
Child Cost: EUR 75 Per Child ( INR 6847 )
Tour Start Time: Starts at: 0730 Hrs
Operational Days of sightseeing
Departure Point - Hotel Pick Up
Enjoy a local guided tour of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica, skipping long entrance lines. Upon arrival, your guide will lead you into the museums, where you will visit one of the most important art collections in the world. Admire the Gallery of Tapestries and the Geographical Maps before arriving at the famous Sistine Chapel and the unforgettable Basilica.
- Pick up from your hotel centrally located, skip the line and entrance ticket, guide service, headsets.
CancellationA 15% refund applies to completely untilized sightseeing (atleast 6 days prior to commencement of the tour).Within 6 days it is non refundable.
- Operational from 01st Apr 2019 - 31st Oct 2019 (Operating times are estimated only)
- This tour is operated in air conditioned vehicles.
Note*: Appropriate dress must be worn in places of worship, no uncovered shoulders or knees allowed. On Wednesdays and during religious ceremonies it may not be possible to visit Saint Peter's Basilica and Square as they may be closed for Papal Audience. Basilica may be closed without prior notice, in this case, explanation will be provided from the outside and you will be offered a visit of Vatican Library instead. No refund, even partial, is possible as this is not addressable to supplier's responsability. Monolingual tour is in English, Spanish and German. Multilingual in French and Portuguese. Pick up service is guaranteed only in hotel centrally located. You must call ad least 24 hours prior the service to check if your hotel is included in pick up service. Please note that being a shared service, pick up time may vary. Pick up time service begins at 0730am but to know at what time your pick up time will be arranged you need to call and confirm. Tour starts at 0830 am and it ends in Saint Peter's square.