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Faster Than Skip-the-Line: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica Tour
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Faster Than Skip-the-Line: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica Tour

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Home to some of the world’s most iconic paintings, the Vatican Museums attract huge crowds. Save yourself hours of waiting by booking this skip-the-line tour of the Sistine Chapel, Raphael’s Rooms, and St. Peter’s Basilica (when the option is selected) in Rome. Early morning and evening tour options mean you can explore the complex during far less crowded time slots. Upgrade to a small-group tour limited to 10 people for a more personalized experience.
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dapper777 wrote a review Feb 2019
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Just on one corner of the huge, rectangular- shaped Piazza Vittorio, considered the largest square in Rome, not far from Termini Station and 10 steps from Vittorio Emanuele subway station, you will find this beautiful 4th-century Catholic church. It is among the oldest churches in Rome and has been restored many times. The unassuming elegant Romanesque style church is nestled and almost suffocated by the lateral buildings, which were built by Piedmontese architects, after the reunification of Italy, around 1860/1870. This is the reason why its original beauty is not immediately recognized and noticed by the distract-minded, speedy tourists running around the Esquilino Hill area with their guide books in their hands. It has two gorgeous stairways from the street level to the main entrance door. The interior is also very beautiful. The ceiling fresco is a neoclassical masterpiece of Anton Raphael Mengs depicting the Glory of Sant'Eusebio. If you enjoy touring cathedrals and old churches as much as we do, make sure to take a few moments to appreciate this lovely church, to enjoy its silence and peace, to meditate and to pray. Recommended
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Date of experience: February 2019
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