Ancient Rome & Vatican Museums

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Experience a look into ancient Rome & the Vatican!

In the morning, admire the Colosseum, the symbol of ancient Roman times; Palatine Hill, the place where Rome has its origin; and the most important and beautiful archaeological area in the world, the Roman Forum.

After lunch, the tour continues with a visit to the Vatican Museums, one of the most important art collections in existence.

The itinerary includes the Pio Clementino Hall, Laocoon and Apollo Belvedere, the Candelabra Gallery, the Tapestries Gallery, the Maps Gallery, and the Sistine Chapel, where you can admire the breathtaking frescos by Michelangelo, one of the most famous artworks of all time. From the Museum, you exit directly to St. Peter’s Basilica, the most important Christian Church in the world, to admire, among others, Michelangelo’s masterpiece La Pietà and the impressive Baldachin Altar by Bernini.

The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square, dominated by Michelangelo’s imposing Cupola and surrounded by Bernini’s double Colonnade.

What is included in this tour?
  • Skip the line entrance tickets
  • Professional Guide
  • Headsets
  • Lunch
  • Free pick-up service from centrally located hotels (drop-off is not included)
  1. Coliseo Start of the tour

    Originally called ”Flavian Amphitheater”, in honor of the Flavian dynasty of emperors who built it, it was renamed Colosseum by a large statue that was nearby, the Colossus of Nero.

  2. Palatino Roma cuadrata

    The Palatine is the most central of the seven hills of Rome, and the lowest elevation: it rises 50 meters above the Roman Forum, staying between it and the Circus Maximus.

  3. Foro Romano Forum

    It was the central area of the city of Rome, where the institutions of government, market and religion were located. Among the monuments that are in this archaeological zone, highlight the ”Temple of Saturn”, the ”Arch of Titus” and the ”Temple of Vespasian and Titus”.

  4. Museos Vaticanos Priority entry

    The itinerary includes a visit to the Pío Clementino Museum (which includes works such as the sculpture ”Laocoon and his children” and ”Apollo of Belvedere”), the Gallery of Maps, the Candelabra Gallery and the Tapestry Gallery. .

  5. Capilla Sixtina Miguel Ángel

    We will admire Michelangelo’s frescoes, one of the most famous works of art in the world.

  6. Basílica de San Pedro Basílica Sancti Petri

    We will visit the interior of the Basilica of San Pedro, the most important Christian church in the world, heart of the Catholic religion, where you can admire, among other works, ”La Piedad” by Michelangelo and the impressive altar ”Baldaquino” by Bernini.

  7. Plaza San Pedro End of our services

    The tour ends in the suggestive Plaza de San Pedro, dominated by the imposing dome made by Michelangelo and surrounded by Bernini’s famous double colonnade.

Foro Romano

Era la zona central de la ciudad de Roma, donde se encontraban las instituciones de gobierno, mercado y religión. Entre los monumentos que se encuentran en ésta zona arqueológica, destacar el ”Templo de Saturno”, el ”Arco de Tito” y el ”Templo de Vespasiano y Tito”.


El Palatino es la más céntrica de las siete colinas de Roma, y la de menor elevación: se alza a 50 metros​ sobre el Foro Romano, quedando entre éste y el Circo Máximo. Aquí vemos el hipódromo