VATICAN by night with dinner “NEW”
The tour begins at the Esquilino Square continuing towards the Vatican Museums where your adventure will start. You will visit the Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Signorelli, Rosselli, Ghirlandaio, Pinturicchio and Perugino. The several galleries: of the Candelabra with fresco paintings and statues; of Tapestries with Flemish and Italian examples and the historical maps painted by Danti in the XV. At the end of the tour you will enjoy a magnificent dinner in a selected restaurant of the city.
THE VATICAN R3bis IN THE MORNING “NEW”
The tour begins from the Esquilino Square, continuing along the main street Victor Emmanuel II and reaching the Vatican Museums, the most important ancient art collection in the world. 7 Km to walk across, 1.400 rooms with 65.000 works of art. The Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Signorelli, Rosselli, Ghirlandaio, Pinturicchio and Perugino. The several galleries: of the Candelabra with fresco paintings and statues; of Tapestries with Flemish and Italian examples and the great view of the historical maps painted by Danti in the XV Century. The tour ends at the Bernini’s Royal Staircase.
VATICAN GARDENS “NEW” MONOLINGUAL TOUR ENGLISH
The tour initiates at the Esquilino Square, continuing towards the Vatican City. An official Vatican Guide will take through the famous Vatican Gardens. The tour is unique, besides the natural beauty of the gardens, the Vatican City is rich in monument and precious works of art. The Vatican Gardens cover about 50 acres (23 hectares) of the Vatican City. These lush gardens are closed the general public and can only be visited by reserving a tour. A visit to the Vatican Gardens is highly recommend for those who want to see the lovely corners of the Vatican away from the usual crowds or for anyone who is particularly interested in horticulture as the gardens contain vegetation from many countries worldwide includinf Brasil, China, Japan and Australia.
These exotic plants live in harmony with typical Italian plants and trees such as boxwood hedges, pines, cypresses, chestnuts and palms. This wide variety of plants makes for an eclectic collection of cultures and botanical specimen.
The highly-manicured gardens are embellished with many important sculptures, fountains and grottoes. Beautiful and unique views of St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican City re offered from the Vatican Gardens.
Booking is compulsory 74 hours before, the ticket includes admission to the Museums (without guided tour).