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With more than five miles of corridors, this vast complex of museums chronicles the history and accomplishments of mankind over the last 2000 years, featuring classic masterpieces such as Rodin's "Thinker" and the Sistine Chapel.
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I had pre-booked tickets to visit the museum which I would recommend because the line to get in is unreal. Unfortunately I couldn't take advantage of a lot of the museum because it was so jam packed with people that if you didn't follow the...More
If you like art then you will love this place. Grab your tickets at the first floor
Desk and don’t pay to ‘jump the queue’ if it’s low season. It’s a long walk through the museum to the Sistine Chapel but the atmosphere (although strictly...More
The Vatican Museums are a bit overwhelming but nonetheless amazing, with the showpiece being the Sistine Chapel at the end. There are lots of ways to see the museum, including: General Admission unguided visit, starting at 9am; General Admission with a guided tour; early access...More
I booked my tickets from Expedia and their agent is Ecoart. My friend told us to queue in a long line in St. Peter's Basilica as they said the museum entry is there. Actually it was totally wrong. Museum entry is on the other side...More
We booked a tour of the Vatican Museum, Sixtine Chapel and St. Peter Basilica through GetYourGuide. I truly recommend it!
Yes, in summer it might be good to skip the lines but at this time of year there was no line anyway. However, the sights...More
Well I was reading that there would had been a long queue. Instead we had booked online tickets with 1.30pm. There were no long queues and could have saved €4 per ticket. You should allow at least 3 hours if you want to look at...More
Don't have to pay 100% more for the **SKIP THE LINE TICKETS**
Especially don't buy the audio guide because you won't get any once you're inside the museum.
Just be there (entrance) after 1:30 pm. All the crowds will be gone.
We hired a tour guide in order to avoid the wait in lines, as well as to be well educated in the history of the Vatican, Sistine Chapel, Saint Peter's Basilica, etc. We were impressed by it all. I love the old sculptures and the...More
Yes you can . Absolutely no problems.you will face many people trying to tell you, you cannot around Vatican city. It is a scam . With audio guide you can see everything at your leisure and you can simply cross over to... More
Yes you can . Absolutely no problems.you will face many people trying to tell you, you cannot around Vatican city. It is a scam . With audio guide you can see everything at your leisure and you can simply cross over to basilica