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Skip-the-line tickets for the Vatican Museums offer the possibility not only to visit one of the most important collections of art in the world, but also to visit the extraordinary Sistine Chapel.
The Vatican Museums are an essential stop for anyone visiting Rome. They belong to the Vatican City and offer visitors a very wide and heterogeneous exhibition path, with masterpieces from ancient Greece to Etruscan masterpieces, from Giotto to Raffaello.
The Vatican Museums are divided into 12 different collections located in as many adjacent structures:
Also part of the exhibition are several structures that are part of the Vatican Palaces. From Raphael’s rooms to the Sistine Chapel.
The Sistine Chapel is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating masterpieces in Vatican City. Part of the Vatican Apostolic Palace, it is famous for the exceptional works it contains.
Particularly noteworthy are the frescoes by Perugino, Botticelli, Michelangelo Buonarroti (Last Judgement) and Ghirlandaio, arranged on the side walls of the building. Created by Michelangelo himself, there is the extraordinary Vault that engaged the great Tuscan artist for four years.
Note. It is strictly forbidden to take photos or videos in the Sistine Chapel.
This ticket allows you to enter the Vatican Museums without having to endure endless queues, which, during the busiest periods, can cause long hours of waiting. It is however necessary to pass through the security controls at the entrance.
- Present yourself at the Via del Vaticano entrance at the time you chose when booking
- Come to the “online cashier and groups” after passing the security check
- Present your digital ticket to the staff
For security reasons, it is not permitted to carry bags and suitcases. However, security lockers are available at the entrance.
The ticket may not be changeable after purchase. This is due to the discretion of the Vatican.
As in St. Peter’s Basilica, it is compulsory to dress conservatively in the Vatican Museums. Shoulders and knees must be covered.
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