Join a small group of maximum 20 people to enter the Vatican at night after closing hours with skip-the-line tickets. Accompanied by a licensed English speaking guide, you will be led through the main highlights, that is to say the Gallery of Candelabra, the Octagonal Courtyard, the Room of Animals, the Room of the Muses and the Round Room. You will be provided with headsets so that you may enjoy the knowledge your guide will share!
Admire the breathtaking Sistine Chapel, the work of art that attracts million of people every year, with all its stunning frescoes and the enchanting Michelangelo’s “The Last Judgement”. It took five years for Michelangelo to finish it and four to complete the vault of the Chapel. The result was and is, unmistakably, one of the iconic masterpieces in the world.
The expert guide will explain to you how the Sistine Chapel was painted as well as its deep meaning so that you may appreciate all the emotional power of this cultural masterpiece.
We promise that this amazing tour under the moonlight will be so fascinating that you remember it forever!
Feel free to call us or send us an email and we will be absolutely delighted to provide you all the details you want to know about our “Vatican by Night Small Group Tour”.
2.5 hour English-speaking guide
Skip the line tickets for the Vatican Museums
Entrance after the general daytime closing
Please bring ID and your voucher.
We recommend comfortable shoes and a refillable water bottle.
Please note: Due to regulations, this tour is not available for children under 7 years old.
The meeting is in front of “Caffè Vaticano” located at Viale Vaticano 100, opposite to the entrance of the Vatican Museums.
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Unique opportunity to visit the huge museum. Avoid the crowds and enjoy your favorite halls. Extraordinary sculptures and paintings.The candelabra Gallery will have you walking with your eyes to the ceiling not wanting to miss anything.
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* You might be asked to show Passport or ID card
at the beginning of the activity.