Highlights and what’s included
- Private Transfer with accessible vehicle equipped with platform
- Rental equipment
- Assistant for disabled
Places of interest
- Basilica of St. Peter
All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
- Historical interest 100% 100%
- Fun 80% 80%
- Activity Level 75% 75%
Accessible early entrance to Vatican Museums: live an exclusive accessible experience in Rome, visiting the Vatican Museums with our early morning entrance tickets and enjoy an amazing breakfast inside the Museums.
Thanks to our accessible early entrance to Vatican Museums you will avoid long queues and noisy crowds and you will visit the Sistine Chapel with your own flown.
With our expert local guide, discover all the masterpieces of this incredibile Museums: Botticelli, Perugino, Pinturicchio, Ghirlandaio and take the chance to relish the beauty of Michelangelo’s frescoes and the Last Judgement in an amazing private atmosphere. The tour will end in St Peter’s Basilica, to admire Michelangelo’s Pietà.
The Meeting point is at 07.15 am, to enter the Vatican Museums and enjoy a rich breakfast before starting the half day Tour, with our expert local English-speaking guide.
Other languages are available on request.
The Vatican City is the world’s smallest sovereign state with one of the richest art collections in the world acquired throughout the centuries by the Popes.
The Vatican Museums are one of the biggest accessible museum in the world, with more than 70.000 pieces of art. It is estimated that more than 16.000 people come to visit them every day.
The museums are divided into different sections, with more than 5 miles of corridors in different artistic styles: the Candelabra Gallery, the Tapestry Gallery and the Geographical Map Gallery, where you will also have glimpses of the Pope’s exquisite gardens.
Furthermore, you will visit the world-renowned accessible Sistine Chapel, completely decorated with frescos made by Michelangelo. Once a private chapel for the Popes, today it is still used today as the Conclave for Papal Elections. Moreover, the visit includes the private room of Pope Giulio II, completely decorated by the painter Raffaello.
The accessible tour will continue inside the Basilica of St. Peter, the largest church in the world, with its astonishing masterpieces of art such as the “Pietà” by Michelangelo. An expert guide will illustrate you this magnificent place, revealing its many artistic nuances. Finally, the accessible tour will end in one of the most famous squares in the world, St. Peter’s Square where you will be surrounded by Bernini’s magnificent ’embracing’ colonnade, from which you can see the window of the Pope’s private apartment.
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