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Preferably 30 minutes before the tour time
Unsuitable attires will not be admitted.
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Due to covid causes, the Basilica could be closed
Visiting cardiac patients or pregnant women is not recommended
Security checks can take a long time
The tours take place in the winter period (from November to April) from 9:30 to 17:30*
The tours take place in the summer period (from May to October) from 9:30 to 19:30*
*The starting times of the tour have a flexibility of 30 minutes with respect to the departure time which can be selected in the booking form.
Opt for a visit accompanied by one of our guides, who will show you the magnificence of St. Peter’s Basilica, and then go down to the Vatican Grottoes, the place where Peter’s Tomb stands out together with the burials of numerous popes of his successors.
The tour will continue with a visit to the imposing Dome of St. Peter, an experience to live at least once in a lifetime!
Access to the Dome requires the use of the elevator, up to the terrace level, then on foot for 320 steps.
Our tours to the Vatican are carried out with licensed and professional guides.
We want our customers to have an immersive experience, to remember forever.
Our tours include the cost of the ticket and the guide.
The ticket is free for children between the ages of 0 and 5. By “reduced” we mean children aged 6 to 18 and students up to 25 years of age. For the reduction it is necessary to present an identity document. Students must have a valid university booklet or a valid International Student Card.
Anyone who buys a ticket and / or service at a reduced rate without being entitled to it, or who does not present the documentation relating to the reduction, must provide for the integration of the amount due for the purchase of a new ticket and / or service at full rate. Tickets purchased are non-refundable.
The shoulders and knees must be covered. Low-cut or sleeveless tops or t-shirts, and trousers above the knee will not be allowed. Entry may be denied if dress requirements are not met.
it may happen that due to internal provisions of the Vatican some areas of the visiting spaces are temporarily closed to the public.
Due to the standardization of tour itineraries, not all tours within the Vatican are open to wheelchair users.
St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Grottoes and Dome