Do you want to visit the Vatican ahead of the general public?
Would you like to tour with an enthusiastic licensed guide and a semi-private group of up to 13 people? If this is the case, our Vatican with Early Entrance Tour is perfect for you.
Vatican with Early Entrance: You will spend 3 hours visiting the highlights of the Vatican museums, the breath-taking Sistine Chapel and the world-reknowned St. Peter’s Basilica.
You will avoid the daily crowds and have the opportunity to fully appreciate all the beautiful artwork housed inside the Vatican. As part of an exclusive semi-private group your guide will be able to include all members of the group and offer a more personal experience.
Booking our Vatican with Early Entrance tour you will also enjoy skip-the-line access to St. Peter’s Basilica from an exclusive passageway inside the Sistine Chapel and benefit from your guide’s explanation of this important religious sanctuary.
A memory that will stay with you forever, book our Semi-Private tour of the Vatican with Early Entrance for a truly unforgettable visit to the Vatican.
The Vatican Museums and the Basilica of St. Peter require a dress code, no sleeveless t-shirts, no shorts or skirts above the knees are permitted
Please send us an email and make a request for availability for Vatican museums tours
Bookings are accepted until 48 hours prior the day for the tour. For last minute bookings please send us an email before proceeding with payment. We will reply you back with availabilities.
Available on: Mondays and Saturdays
Starting Time : 7,15 am
Price and Duration
Euros 90,00 per person with skip the line tickets included. Children 82,00
Included: Skip the line tickets and priority entrance.
Duration: The tour lasts 3 hours to 3,5 hours with enthusiastic guide in a small intimate group up to 13 people.
Size of the group: up to 13 people
What is included:
- VIP Early entrance tickets for the museums
- Headsets during the whole tour from 6 people
- Entrance fees for the Basilica of St. Peter included
- Vatican Galleries;
- Tapestry gallery;
- Maps gallery;
- Raphael’s Rooms;
- Sistine Chapel;
- St. Peter’s Basilica;
- St. Peter’s Square;