- St. Peter in chains
- Roman Forum
- Capitol hill
- Vatican Museums
- Sistine Chapel
- St. Peter’s Basilica
Your historical tour will start with the visit of the Basilica of Saint Peter in Chains, to admire the Moses by Michelangelo at the tomb of Pope Julius II. Back in time, reliving the magnetism and grandeur of the Roman Empire, you will visit the Colosseum built by Emperor Vespasian in the year 80 A.D. It was inaugurated by his son Titus, with more than 100 days of celebrations, when more than 5,000 animals were killed in the sand. You will continue taking a walk through the Via Sacra in the Roman Forum, the political, religious and social center of the capital of the empire. You will complete your visit climbing up to the Capitol Square, designed by Michelangelo during the Renaissance, where the city council is located from ancient times, and also the first museum in the capital. Go down the famous steps of the Capitol, The Cordonata, and end your tour in Piazza Venezia.
Skip the long lines and visit the Vatican Museum, the Sistine Chapel and the magnificent St. Peter’s Basilica. After meeting your guide outside of the Vatican Museum, you will be guided through a selection of galleries of classical sculpture, tapestries and paintings of one of the greatest art collections in the world. See works by celebrated masters such as Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. Then be enchanted by the marvelous frescoes of the Sistine Chapel, before continuing on to Saint Peter’s Basilica. After touring both locations, your tour will end in St. Peter’s Square.
- Professional monolingual live guide
- Skip the Line admission tickets to the Vatican Museums, Colosseum and Roman Forum
- Skip the line access from the Museums to the Basilica
- Hotel pick up and transportation
- Hotel drop off
- Everything that it is not specifically mentioned under "the tour includes"
- Dress code: it is not allowed to enter the churches with shorts, miniskirts or uncovered shoulders.
- In the Vatican Museums it is compulsory to deposit in the cloakroom any umbrella with a spike tip, metal objects, it is strictly forbidden to enter the Museums with any kind of weapon or oversized backpacks.
- Be aware that the intensification of security checks to enter the Colosseum are recently causing long queues before getting in.
- The provider is not liable for any partial or full closures of monuments due to religious celebrations, events or force majeure.
- Itinerary might be changed according to season changes or any cause beyond our control, the provider is absolved of responsibility.