Unique and personalized tours of The Vatican Museums
With a Vatican Museums tours, you and your family will not only be strolling through a museum but will also be embracing many items that are considered rare and unique. The Vatican Museums are home to over 2000 rooms with history dating back several centuries including artifacts from ancient Egypt and Rome as well as many famous artworks from artists of varies ages.
As you begin your private tour with Vatican Tour Service, you will be escorted through the various rooms and sections of the Vatican Museums. The museums are conveniently divided into the various sections in order to provide a better understanding of the various eras in time. The sections include Gregorian Egyptian Museum, Gregorian Etruscan Museum, Greek and Roman Antiquities, Pio Christian Museum, Pinacoteca, Missionary-Ethnological Museum, Gregorian Profane Museum, and the Vatican Historical Museum.
As your official tour guide shows you the way, you will encounter wonderful artifacts including Egyptian mummies, tapestries, miniature mosaics, and ceramics as well as historical documents. There will be something for everyone to put on his or her favorites list no matter his or her ages. One of the most popular rooms in the Vatican Museums is the Pinacoteca which is home to hundreds of paintings of artists such as Sandro Botticelli, Guido Reni, and Leonardo da Vinci, to name a few.
With our unique personal tour of the Vatican Museums, we also include a visit to the Sistine Chapel. Here you will be mesmerized by the astonishing works of Michelangelo and the infamous ceiling as well as the Last Judgment found on the altar wall.
With our private tour, you will not have to stand in long lines or wait for others to move so you will be able to get close to the wonders and treasures that abound in the Vatican Museums. All of our tours are personal and private allowing you and your family the chance to see all the sights in private.
Entrance into all the churches and museums at the Vatican require proper attire, which does not include shorts, miniskirts, sleeveless shirts, or bare shoulders.
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