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Rome in One Day: Vatican & Colosseum with Real Skip the Line (8.30am)

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Rome in One Day: Vatican & Colosseum with Real Skip the Line (8.30am)

From:  110,00

DURATION: 9 hours

DEPARTURE TIME: 8.30am

FREQUENCY: every day except Sundays

 LANGUAGES: English, Spanish, German

MEETING POINT: Piazza Risorgimento (8.15am), Arco di Costantino (2.15pm till 31 Oct – 1.45pm from Nov 1)

 

You may think it’s impossible to see the Vatican and the Colosseum in one day. But not with this skip the line tour. Skip hours of notorious lines outside the Vatican and the Colosseum and see wonders like the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica and Ancient Rome’s Colosseum all in one day.

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Description

HIGHLIGHTS

Rome in One Day: Vatican & Colosseum Skip the Line Highlights

  • Exclusive fast entrance to the Vatican Museums
  • Pigna Courtyard and Pius Clementino
  • Chandelier’s and Tapestries Gallery
  • Raphael’s Rooms
  • Sistine Chapel and its frescos by Michelangelo
  • Visit of the inside of St. Peter’s Basilica
  • Exclusive fast entrance to Colosseum

Rome in One Day: Vatican & Colosseum Skip the Line Inclusions

  • Professional guide
  • Exclusive fast entrance to the Vatican Museums
  • Exclusive fast entrance to the Colosseum
  • Wireless audio headsets

Tour Exclusions

  • Optional gratuities
  • Transport 
TOUR ITINERARY

Explore some of Rome’s greatest masterpieces on this one-day tour of the Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel and Colosseum. Don’t worry about spending your time in the notorious hour-long lines, with our tour you will skip all the lines and access the areas immediately. Our expert guides will walk you through the history and insights of these masterpieces, giving you an insider’s point of view.

The Vatican Museums

Visiting the Vatican Museums is a must on your trip to Rome. These museums are the third most visited museums in the world and are home to 54 different galleries including four statue museums: Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Chiaramonti, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco and the Museo Gregoriano Egiziano. Get ready to see first-hand some of the world’s most famous artworks by artistic geniuses like Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Caravaggio and Giotto.

The Sistine Chapel

Probably the most famous chapel in the world, the Sistine Chapel is known for its stunning frescos, especially Michelangelo’s world-renowned ceiling fresco: The Last Judgement. The Sistine Chapel is the 54th gallery of the Vatican Museums, completed around 1483. Apart from holding some of the world’s most inestimable artworks, it is still used today for religious reasons such as the Papal conclave, the process where the College of Cardinals elects the new Pope.

St. Peter’s Basilica

Designed by Bramante, Michelangelo, Maderno and Bernini, St. Peter’s Basilica is the largest and brightest example of Renaissance architecture in the world. It is the biggest of the four Papal basilicas of Rome, and it’s the center of Catholicism and the symbol of the Vatican State.

The Colosseum

The second part of the tour involves visiting the Colosseum, where you will access with a fast entrance. Known as one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Colosseum was once the most famous amphitheater in the world hosting gladiator fights, battle reenactments, dramas based on classic mythology and animals from all over the world. You’ll also have the chance to visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.

* Please note that you are responsible for reaching the Colosseum after your Vatican visit.

PLEASE NOTE

Ticket Reductions:

  • Child ticket valid for children of 3-7 years of age
  • Free for children from 0-2 years of age

General Information:

  • This activity starts at 8.30am.
  • The meeting point is at 8.15am in Piazza Risorgimento at Bar L'Ottagono. At the meeting point you will find our assistants in pink bibs with the I LOVE ROME logo.
  • You are personally responsible to arrive to the different meeting points.
  • From November 1st till March 31st: the Colosseum meeting point is at 1.45pm at the Arch of Constantine - look for our staff with our logo "I love Rome".
  • From April 1st - October 31st: the Colosseum meeting point is at 2.15pm at the Arch of Constantine - look for our staff with our logo "I love Rome".
  • Important: The visit inside St. Peter's Basilica is substituted by a visit to the Vatican Library on Wednesday morning tours due to the Papal Audience taking place every Wednesday.
  • Due to heightened security measures, you may experience delays in clearing security checks when entering the Colosseum.
  • The tour ends in the Archaeological area.
  • This tour visits religious sites, and there is a dress code to be observed. Visitors must be dressed appropriately: no sleeveless blouses, no miniskirts, no shorts, and no hats are allowed.
  • For Colosseum: For security reasons the site’s Staff has the right to refuse the entrance of Visitors without a valid Passport or ID: please carry a valid document to avoid any inconveniences.
  • Due to shorter days, from October 28 the Palatine Hill visit will be replaced by an explanation from  Capitoline Hill
Cancellation Policy:
  • Cancellations without penalties within 24 hours before tour date
  • 100% penalty from 24 hours before tour departure and for no-shows

6 reviews for Rome in One Day: Vatican & Colosseum with Real Skip the Line (8.30am)

  1. 5 out of 5

    The Vatican is a priceless treasure and really needs no guide to appreciate the value and importance . As well as the colesseum is a masterpiece of arciticture by the Romans.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tour Guides are excellent. History information are remarkable. However, short break should be provided.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Good day tour very interesting

  4. 5 out of 5

    Guide Alex was good. Provided lots of information.

  5. 4 out of 5

    The tour was great. The guides very knowledgable. The one guide we had talked a bit slower then our liking however that’s our personal preference and for others it was probably fine. The only other piece that was frustrating was at the Colosseum tour was that my radio box kept losing the tour guide so it was choppy and I couldn’t hear at times. I was standing next to my husband who could hear fine. So maybe the company could use an upgrade for the boxes. Otherwise great and worth the money

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tudo correu como esperado… sem contratempos…


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