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Sistine chapel

A visit at the Vatican City cannot conclude without visiting the Sistine Chapel and exploring the ceiling masterpieces of Michelangelo & Sandro Boticelli. Learn what makes this ceiling unique and why it gathers nearly 25.000 visitors a day.

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must visit st. peter basilica

St. peter's basilica

Known as the largest and the most important cathedral in the world, Saint Peter’s Basilica must be on every traveler’s visiting bucketlist for sure. According to catholic traditions, the church is the burial site of Saint Peter.

HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR VATICAN TOURS

With more than 6 million travelers visiting the Vatican it is clearly one of the most important attractions worldwide and not to mention Italy’s most precious landmark after the Roman Amphitheater.
Join our Vatican Tours for an unforgettable experience while visiting the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. Gladiator Tours will provide you an unmatched trip into world’s smallest state but with such an important meaning for more than a billion Catholic & Christian believers and not only.
Don’t hesitate and book your tour and skip the Vatican line in the company of an expert speaking art-historian guide and get the most out of your visit to the Vatican City!

Vatican is one of the most iconic places from a religious standpoint.
If you are interested in the religious history of our society, you do want to visit Vatican and the neighboring establishment.

Our expert speaking guides will offer you a good insight into the history of this location, the culture surrounding Vatican and how the catholic religion survived for many years.

Please note that in order to visit the Vatican Museums it is required to go through an exausting buying tickets line and also the security check and due to the high volume of travelers willing to visit it the waiting lines can be overhelming especially during  the high season therefore booking a Vatican Tour would be highly suitable since you will benefit of a fast track access inside and you will be able to bypass the buying tickets line.

Founded in the 16th century, the Vatican Museums are a group of Christian and art museums located in the Vatican City.
It spreads across 9 miles and has over 2000 rooms that hold some of the most outstanding collections of art, artifacts, and architecture in the world. With over 20,000 artworks on display, the Vatican Museum is ranked to be the 6th most visited museum in the world.

Please note that in order to visit the Vatican Museums it is required to go through an exausting buying tickets line and also the security check and due to the high volume of travelers willing to visit it the waiting lines can be overhelming especially during  the high season therefore booking a Vatican Tour would be highly suitable since you will benefit of a fast track access inside and you will be able to bypass the buying tickets line.

The Sistine Chapel, originally known as the Capela Magna, is the official residence of the Pope in Vatican City. Since its restoration in 1480, it has served as a religious place and a famous site of tourist attraction.
The Chapel became famous as a result of the beautiful frescos painted on the ceiling of the chapel by Michelangelo.

The St. Peter’s Basilica, a Renaissance church built over St. Peter’s tomb, is located just outside the Vatican Museum. The Basilica, completed in 1615, is the most renowned Renaissance architecture and the biggest church in the world.
Today, the St. Peter’s Basilica is a famous tourist site with incredible artworks, such as the Pieta, carved by Michelangelo, and Baldacchino designed by Bernini.

The Raphael Rooms, consists of four reception rooms inside the public part of the Palace of the Vatican, located at the third floor. Originally intented as Pope’s Julius II appartments suite, the Pope comissioned Raphael and his workshop to redecorate them during 1508-1509.
The appartment suites, commonly known as “Stanze” ( italian translation of rooms ) are : Stanza di Eliodoro, Stanza della Segnatura, Stanza dell Incendio del Borgo & Sala di Constantino.