Vatican museums tours. Discover the magical world!
What can you do in Rome? You can visit one of the most famous places in the world – the Vatican. We offer more than fifty Vatican museums tours. Enjoy the collection of the greatest artworks in Vatican Museums! This is a real treasure of Roman sculpture masterpieces. Here you can admire Sistine Chapel, the paintings of Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, Giorgio Vasari, the works of Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, and see the famous papamobile.
Before you start, our multilingual staff will welcome you at our fully equipped, air-conditioned offices.
Due to a new Vatican partnership, this tour provides VIP access through a reserved door, allowing you to skip all the lines – even the priority lines. Numbers are also limited to just 12 people on this unique Vatican tour, ensuring you'll see the very best of the Vatican Museums in a small-group atmosphere.
2 great passes rolled into one:
The Roma Pass allows free entry to 2 out of 6 top attractions plus discounts at 30 further top sights and a travel card.
The Omnia Vatican and Rome Card allows entry to all top sights in Vatican City plus a 3 day hop on hop off bus tour.
Explore Rome and Vatican City at ease with the Rome and Omnia Vatican card – two must-have 3-day sightseeing passes that include entry to selected attractions, discounts and more. Enjoy fast-track-entry to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica with the Omnia Card. Use the Rome Pass for general entry to two out of five possible attractions such as the Colosseum.
Other features of the Rome Pass include a hop-on hop-off bus ticket, a central Rome travelcard, guidebook and map.
See the most important art collection in the world, spanning over 1,200 rooms. Your expert guide will cover all the most important masterpieces. Highlights include the rooms of Raphael as well as ancient Roman and Greek pieces in the mysterious Belvedere Courtyard.
You will get a detailed background on Sistine Chapel history from before it was commissioned to the finishing touches. After seeing inside the Sistine Chapel, you will go straight inside St. Peter's Basilica, a privilege made available only on this particular tour. The tour concludes on St. Peter's Square.