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Vatican City: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel Guided Tour

Discover one of the greatest art collections in the world on a guided tour of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Learn the fascinating history and facts about these sites from your licensed guide, marvel at the frescoes, and leave the tour with a wealth of information.


First, your local guide will show you around the Rotunda, the Gallery of Tapestries, and the Gallery of Maps. Marvel at the ornate ceilings, ancient statues, and intricate tapestries found throughout the Vatican Museums including an entire ceiling and wall completely frescoed by Michelangelo.


Visit the world-famous Sistine Chapel, and see the Creation of Adam in real life. Listen as your guide tells you about Michelangelo’s private jokes and secret messages that were hidden amongst the painted frescoes on the ceiling of the chapel



 

Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter's Basilica: Tour

Skip the ticket lines to the main monuments of the Vatican City on this guided tour of the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica.


Your local guide will take you to the most interesting galleries within the museums – the Rotunda, Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps. Each of these rooms contains ornate ceilings with the walls decorated with ancient statues, frescoes, and tapestries.


Of course, the greatest gem of the Vatican collection is not a painting on any wall, but an entire ceiling and wall completely frescoed by the greatest genius of the Renaissance period – Michelangelo Buonarotti.


From the Creation of Adam to the Last Judgement, Michelangelo dedicated some of his greatest years to the Sistine Chapel, working day and night – even sleeping in the chapel – to satisfy the popes of Rome.


He also expressed his frustration with his employers with hidden meanings in his work. Today these have been uncovered and understood. Listen as your guide lets you in on Michelangelo’s private jokes.


Finish your tour at the Basilica of St. Peter, the world's most impressive work of Renaissance architecture and the largest cathedral in the world. Admire the famous Pietà by Michelangelo and the elaborate St. Peter's Baldachin by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.



 

Rome: Leonardo Da Vinci Experience Entry Ticket

Did you know that over 500 years ago Leonardo da Vinci designed flying machines, robots, submarines, underwater breathing equipment, the unsupported suspension bridge and machines that work on solar energy? Learn about all of this and more with your ticket to the Leonardo da Vinci Experience.


See 50 of his inventions that were built in line with his designs. Try out Da Vinci's machines and understand how his ideas are still utilized today, with digging and lifting equipment, the sewing machine, the bicycle, water skis, the machine gun and many others.


Walk into Leonardo's Room of Mirrors and learn how his study of light inspired the invention of photography and projection. Take a photo beside his helicopter or armored tank.


Leonardo da Vinci was of course one of the greatest artists ever and he produced numerous masterpieces that are on display in museums all over the world. The Exhibition Gallery gives visitors an opportunity to admire 20 certified reproductions painted by prominent Vatican Museum restoration artists.


Admire the 2 versions of the Virgin of the Rocks, the originals of which are located at the Louvre and London’s National Gallery. See the Lady with an Ermine, the painting with which Leonardo revolutionized classical portraiture.




 

Rome: Mamertime Prison Entrance Ticket with Multimedia Guide

Enter the Carcer Tullianum, and see where Rome kept its enemies; those who entered this prison never survived. Use your multimedia guide to access interesting information about this prison and you journey though its dark halls.


Stroll through the prison where enemies like Jugurtha, king of Numidia and Vercingetorix, the king of the Gauls defeated by Julius Caesar, lived their final days. While accessing facts and stories on your multimedia device.


Experience the place where the followers of Catiline met their end, and where it is thought that Peter and Paul, as well as many other Christian martyrs, lived their last days.



 

Rome: Guided Vatican Museums Tour with Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus

Visit the Eternal City by riding the open Hop on Hop off Gray Line bus and admire Rome from its exclusive top deck! Combine your ride with a guided tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel!

The Gray Line I Love Rome bus city tour will give you an overview of the most important monuments in Rome. Relax on board with audio commentary available in 13 languages. This pass includes a One Run ticket (i.e. a single ride), so you can ride the bus for all its 8 stops, getting on wherever you want and getting off at the end of your tour. Your ride will last about 1.5 hours so, find your spot, get comfortable and admire the best attractions in the city: Piazza delle Repubblica, Terme di Diocleziano, Santa Maria Maggiore, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus, Altare della Patria, Teatro Marcello, Castel Sant'Angelo and much more…

This combo pass also includes a guided tour of one of the most iconic attractions in Rome: the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel!

About 20,000 works of art await you within the walls of the Vatican Museums! No worries though, because every little detail has been planned meticulously to let you discover the museum’s most beautiful sections in total relaxation.

Your expert guide will be welcoming you at the meeting point to start the visit with the group and enjoy this must-do tour of Rome thanks to the exclusive preferred entrance.

The visit will include the Gallery of Tapestries, the superb Gallery of Maps, the Borgia Apartments to the wonderful Raphael’s Rooms. Finally, step into the Sistine Chapel to worship Michelangelo’s masterpiece and one of the museum's most famous cultural and artistic treasures. Come on, time to look up and lose yourself in the magic of the chapel.

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All current health regulations are applied and enforced by our staff and guide personnel so that you are always guaranteed the best standards.



 

Rome: Capitoline Museums + Centrale Montemartini Option

The Roman Empire Museum, also known as the Capitoline Museums, has an extensive collection of art and artifacts all telling the fascinating history of Rome. In 1734, Pope Clementine XII decided to make this significant collection of artwork and ancient sculptures permanently accessible to the people of Rome.


Admire the famous she-wolf sculpture featuring Rome's founders Romulus and Remus, and see the treasure chest of items telling the story of Rome, the ancient Caput Mundi. Marvel at the Ancient Roman Forum on top of one of the Seven Hills of Rome.


The Centrale Montemartini is the new exhibition space for the Capitoline Museums housed in the first public thermoelectric power plant. Admire hundreds of sculptures from the exhibition entitled, “The Machines and the Gods" in 1997. Explore the opposition between two different worlds: classical art and industrial archaeology. The display reconstructs some of the great monumental complexes and illustrates the development of the ancient city from the Republican era to the late Imperial Age.



 




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