|DROP OFF TIME||5:00pm (approximately)|
Your private tour driver will take you to see the most amazing venues, such as the Piazza Venezia where you can admire Monument of Victor Emmanuel (the first Italian king), Mussolini’s balcony, the Capitoline Hill (one of Rome’s seven legendary hills) and Roman Forum, to get a glimpse of Rome’s incredible views.
You will then see other fantastic places like the Pantheòn, Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and enjoy the outstanding view of Rome from the Pincio Terrace. And Piazza Navona, the beautiful Roman square. Enjoy a delicious lunch in a typical Roman restaurant, happily recommend by your driver, for a memorable meal.
You will meet with your personal guide and enjoy a private 2 and half-hour guided tour of the Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. You will visit different wings of the Vatican Museums such as Cortile Della Pigna, Belvedere, Gallery of Candelabra, the Gallery of Tapestries or the Gallery of Maps.
From the Sistine Chapel you’ll go to St. Peter’s Basilica, where you will see the Pietà by Michelangelo, and other fantastic masterpieces by Bernini and Canova. After St. Peter’s, you can stop to take some pictures of the square, shop for souvenirs or grab a drink.
After such an exciting and interesting day, you’ll enjoy a relaxing ride back to the pier.
* SKIP THE LINE TICKETS TO COLOSSEUM, VATICAN MUSEUMS & SISTINE CHAPEL : We offer the possibility of reserving skip the line tickets directly during the booking process. That way, everything will be taken care of.
As an alternative, you can find the tickets on the official websites of Colosseum and Vatican Museums. Reserve the Colosseum entrance for 10:00am, and the Vatican entrance for 1:00pm. Also, to enter Saint Peter’s Basilica from inside the Vatican (without having to exit and go all the way around), there is a very small fee to pay, at the entrance. Our skip the line tickets already include this special pass, so you won’t have to worry about that, if you choose to book the tickets through us.
PLEASE NOTE: the Vatican museum & Sistine chapel are closed on Sundays (except the last Sunday of the month). In this last circumstance the Vatican does not allow any pre -reserved entrance tickets on the last Sunday of every month as it is free to enter and therefore, you may have to wait in long line.
*The Vatican is closed on certain Catholic festivities, but it could close unexpectedly for unforeseen reasons. In which case, we will make all the necessary changes and plan the itinerary accordingly.