Inside the Vatican Museums, picture are allowed with no flash and no tripod.
Inside the Sistine Chapel pictures are NOT ALLOWED.
Inside St. Peter’s basilica, pictures are allowed without tripod.
Keep shoulders and knees covered (no sleeveless tops). T-shirt and knee-lenght (or longer) skirts or pants are fine.
No cropped tops.
Men have to remove hats and caps inside the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s basilica.
No, to entering the Sistine Chapel you haveto follow the entire route of the Vatican Museums.
Very early at morning or in late afternoon are the best times to visit the Vatican Museums, when lines are shorter and crowds are thinner.
My tours are scheduled to find the best conditions inside the Vatican Museums, which may be very crowded. Despite that, I can not guarantee that there is no line.
Please, note that on wednesday morning the St. Peter’s Basilica is not accessible, due to the papal audience.
The Vatican Museums is partially accessible with wheelchairs. You can book an accessible tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.
The Sistine Chapel is accessible with wheelchairs, at the end of Vatican Museums tours.
The St. Peter’s Basilica is accessible with wheelchairs by St. Peter’s square.
The passageway between Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s basilica isn’t accessible with wheelchairs.
Disabled people with certified inlidity of more than 74% do not pay the ticket for the Vatican Museums.
For further informations, please visit the Vatican Museum website.
Papal public audience is every wednesday at 10 am. you can make your reservation through the official website.
No, all these tours are only organized by the Vatican.
You can make your reservation through the official website.
No, you don’t need passport nor IDcard to enter the Vatican.
My Vatican Museums tours include tickets reservations (if not, it’s speciefied in “What’s included” section).
Despite that, we may spend few minutes waiting in line to accomplish security check.
Even if not specifically designed for kids, this tour is suitable for them.
If you are looking for a Vatican tour specifically designed for kids, you can book a kids and family tour in the “Kids” section.
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