The Vatican City Pass.
- St Peter’s Basilica: Guided Tour
- Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel: Skip The Line with optional audio guide
- Rome: City Audio Guide App for Your Smartphone
- 10% Discount on next purchase – see next page for full details
This is a great multi-venue pass for the Vatican.
Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel
Enjoy the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel including Michelangelo’s ceiling. The Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel are amongst some of the most popular tourist attractions across the whole of Italy and are enjoyed by millions each year. With frescoes and incredible masterpieces on show from the Renaissance, the Roman Empire and Ancient Egypt, amongst others. You will understand why its such a popular attraction.
St. Peter’s Basilica
Enjoy a guided tour of St. Peter’s Basilica with an official guide. Taking in the incredible facade and the simply amazing dome. Enjoy the art inside from the Renaissance period along with the statues that fill the hallways. You can also see the crypts and chapels that are found under the Basilica, where you can see the tombs of the past popes that have been laid to rest there.
Rome: City Audio Guide App
This is a great app for your smartphone which provides you with a lot of information about the city along with a range of points of interest for you as well as maps available for you offline to help you get around. It gives you more information on the landmarks such at the Vatican and Colosseum as well as less well known gems like the Casa di Goethe.
+A bonus 10% discount on your next purchase (full details on next page)!
Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Interesting Facts
- The Vatican Museums is spread over more than 1000 rooms, chapels and galleries!
- The Vatican is an independent country and also the smallest country in the world and measures less than half a square kilometre and sits inside Rome!
- The Sistine Chapel is located in the Apolistic Palace, which is part of the Pope’s residence.
- The Vatican has its own passports.
- The Vatican doesn’t have tax, so generates revenue by selling tickets and souvenirs.
- Vatican City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.