Faster Than Skip-the-Line: Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums

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The Vatican museum is one of the best and historic places in Italy, Rome. every day more than 6 million tourists visited Vatican city. people love to see them pop that why they coming to Rome every year to see the masterpiece of Michelangelo. every printing has a unique history. lots of things you can discover inside the Vatican city. Your booking to the Vatican Museums lets you visit one of the most important, most popular museums in the world, cutting down on waiting time at the ticket office. - Quick admission to the Vatican Museums - Admission to the Sistine Chapel - Access to see the masterpiece of Michelangelo

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Stop At: Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums contain masterpieces of painting, sculptures, and other works of art collected by the popes through the centuries. It’s one of the world’s greatest art collections. As you walk through the more than seven kilometers of artistic masterpieces it can be easy to miss out on some of the intriguing secrets concealed in its spectacular collections. Come walk in the footsteps of the Popes that will bring to life the magnificent works by Raphael, Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Michelangelo, and many more, while sharing interesting curiosities about the artists, their lives, and the historical contexts in which they worked. you can find unveil all the dark hidden secrets and the dirty politics that are hidden behind the breath-taking beauty of the works of art collected in the Vatican's sacred halls.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Sistine Chapel

After visiting the Vatican museum the last part of the city to go Prepare to be in awe of the masterpiece that is the Sistine Chapel. Stand beneath Michelangelo’s legendary Creation of Adam and marvel at The Last Judgement. There is no talking in the chapel because of holly place. You will learn the secrets of the Pope’s personal place of worship and the story of how Michelangelo spent years perfecting his works. But no photos allowed!

Duration: 25 minutes
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