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All ages love touring Vatican City! The Vatican is its own city-state within the limits of Rome behind ancient Medieval and Renaissance Walls. The Vatican is the center of the Roman Catholic Church and the residence of the Pope, but it is so much more.
Private Vatican tours allow your family to behold centuries of history, see the worlds most renowned and largest art collection, and enjoy a stroll through one of the most magnificent gardens in the world. With a private tour, you will not only see all this, but the Vatican will come alive through the history and information given you to by your personal guide.
With a private tour, your family will have the opportunity to walk through the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, Saint Peterís Basilica, and even enjoy a quiet moment or two at the Vatican Gardens. You will not have to stand in long lines or worry about tourist traps. Your tour guide will be with you the entire time providing you with a safe and secure tour while providing you with all the answers to your questions about the items you see in the Vatican.
By reserving a family tour, you will ensure that you receive a VIP entrance to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. This allows you the chance to see the marvels without other tourists being there at all. This will be a private tour. As you enjoy the various sections of the Vatican Museums, you will be able to learn about the history, the culture, and the passion as well as learn a few secrets.
Vatican tours allow you to see masterpieces by famous artists such as artists as Raphael and Michelangelo as well as view the remarkable Sistine Chapel ceiling also painted by Michelangelo.
A stroll through the Vatican Gardens is a wonderful sight that the children are sure to love. The garden dates back to 1279 and from that day forward more has been added from various countries and those that visit to create an exquisite garden that the popes use as their private mediation place. Now, your family can enjoy the serenity and peacefulness of the Vatican Gardens.
In order to plan your trip, it is important to reserve your tour at least 20 days in advance. Remember, dress codes are important in Italy meaning no shorts, miniskirts, no sleeveless shirts, or bare shoulders to enter any of the churches throughout Italy. In addition, the Vatican is not open to the public on the following days January 1st, January 6th, March 19th, April 9th, May 1st, May 17th, June 7th , June 29th , August 15th , August 16th , November 1st , December 8th , December 25th , and December 26th.