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Rome: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica Tour
184 USD
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Embark on a fascinating journey through the heart of the Vatican City, where art, history, and spirituality converge. Delve into the vast collections of the Vatican Museums, marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the Sistine Chapel, and pay your respects at the magnificent St. Peter's Basilica.
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Experience the essence of the Vatican in just one visit. Bypass the long queues and delve into an unforgettable journey through the world of art and architecture, accompanied by a knowledgeable guide. Optimize your time at the Vatican Museums with a carefully crafted itinerary that ensures you make the most of your visit. Explore the iconic Sistine Chapel, Raphael Rooms, and St. Peter's Basilica, among other breathtaking attractions, in the company of an expert guide. Step into the awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel, where Michelangelo's majestic ceiling awaits. Your guide will reveal the secrets behind the masterful paintings, leaving you mesmerized. Just a stone's throw from the Sistine Chapel lies the exquisite Raphael Rooms, a treasure trove of the artist's finest works. Take your time to admire Raphael's masterpieces, including the renowned "School of Athens," as your guide provides insightful commentary. Discover the Vatican Museums' impressive collection of ancient sculptures, featuring the legendary Laocoon and Apollo Belvedere. These classical masterpieces had a profound impact on Renaissance artists, and your expert art historian guide will enlighten you on their significance. Meander through the iconic Gallery of Maps, Pinecone Courtyard, and Belvedere Courtyard, taking in the unmissable highlights of the Vatican's vast collection. Finally, enter St. Peter's Basilica directly, skipping the queues. As you explore the basilica, your guide will regale you with fascinating stories of its history, from its humble beginnings as a burial ground to its current status as a symbol of Christian grandeur.