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Early Vatican Museums Sistine Chapel & St. Peter's Basilica

Quick Details

Clock Departures: 08: 00 a.m.

Calendar Operates:  From April to October – Daily, except Wednesday morning, Sundays and religious holidays

Open Book LanguageEnglish only

Users Group size: Monolingual small groups, max. 10 people

Location Meeting point: Brastours agency in Via Santamaura, 28 at 07:45 a.m. or pick up service at the hotel

Hour Glass Duration: 3 hours

Tag Tour ends: St. Peter’s Square


From April 1st to October 31st
Child (6-17 years)
Infant (0-5 years)

An unmatched experience in Rome!

Our group is made up of a maximum of 10 people, this means that with a semi-private service you can enjoy all the time available with the guide to discover the immense art collection built up by the Popes throughout the centuries.

The itinerary includes Pio Clementino Hall, Laocoon and Apollo Belvedere, Maps Gallery, Candelabra Gallery, Tapestries Gallery and the most celebrated Michelangelo’s masterpiece: the Sistine Chapel!

After exploring the Vatican Museums, the tour will continue into St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world and symbol of the Catholic religion, where it will be possible to admire iconic masterpieces such as La Pietà by Michelangelo and the huge Baldacchino by Bernini.

The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square, dominated by Michelangelo’s imposing Cupola and surrounded by the famous Bernini’s double Colonnade.


  • Vatican Museums
  • Sistine Chapel
  • St. Peter’s Basilica
  • St. Peter’s Square

What is included

  • Skip the line entrance tickets
  • Professional Guide
  • Headsets
  • Pick-up service from centrally located hotels (when selected)

Not included

  • Drop off at the hotels


  • The museum requires that wheelchair-bound clients follow a different itinerary and are not allowed to join our regular tour.
  • It is not permitted to enter churches in shorts, uncovered shoulders or miniskirts.
  • It is forbidden to bring into the museum metal objects, backpacks, umbrellas.
  • Should St. Peter’s Basilica be closed or not accessible within the scheduled time, the tour will include the Raphael’s Rooms or the explanation of the Basilica from outside.