A three-hour, English-language, official guided tour.

An English language expert tour giving a full insight into the treasures of the Vatican State.
“Guide was excellent, knowledgable and ran our visit very skilfully and allowed time to brief us thoroughly on what we were about to see”.
AG, United Kingdom.
“Our guide, Alfredo was excellent, extremely knowledgeable and happy to answer questions, made the tour very interesting and enjoyable. Highly recommend.”.

LK, United Kingdom.

Rome,
The Vatican.

A small-group guided tour.
Vatican Museums, St Peter's & Sistine Chapel.

 

Customer reviews for: Vatican & St Peter's Highlights, Small Group, Skip The Line - 3 Hours

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4.5 out of 5 stars from 32 customers. 27 of them wrote reviews:


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4 stars
MD, Israel
5th Apr 2017
Overcrowded to the extreme but guide was professional and a great help.
3 stars
EV, Canada
18th Jun 2019
Beautiful place but tour was very rushed and some places missed all together
3 stars
LZ, United States
20th May 2017
Hope the guide can come earlier than the start time. Our whole group were waiting for the tour guider more than 10 minutes after the start time. We were thought the tour may be cancelled. And there was lot of waiting inside too. We hope the tour guide can bring all the equipment and make things ready before we enter the building, which other city tours can make.
2 stars
PB, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
24th May 2017
The experience was a disappointment overall as there was insuffient time to enjoy many of the main attractions- we felt like we were being rushed through due to the high/excessive volume of people. We appreciate that these factors were specific to that particular venue as we did not encounter the same experience on other tickitaly tours.
VM, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
22nd Jul 2019
Rated 5 and special thanks to Alfredo who provided an excellent guide and due to others not showing up - I was his only tourist!
DT, Australia
1st May 2019
Our tour guide was wonderful the only concern was the number of visitors packed like “sardines” which was scary in the event of an emergency.
PS, Canada
1st May 2018
5. Our guide was fantastic.

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