We booked the day before and were so so happy with our guide Jeanette. Her knowledge, passion, enthusiasm and humour were the best we have experienced in Rome. Wonderful and highly recommend.
Greet your guide at a designated meeting point near the Vatican in the early morning. With your priority admission ticket, you’ll enter the UNESCO World Heritage Site an hour before it opens to the general public and head straight to the Sistine Chapel. Admire Michelangelo's iconic frescoes without standing shoulder-to-shoulder with large crowds and discover little-known info from your guide.
After ticking off highlights such as the Gallery of Maps and Raphael's Rooms, you’ll continue to St. Peter’s Basilica for a guided tour of the cathedral. Bid your guide farewell here and continue to explore independently if you please.
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We bought the tickets via head out and when we went to the location they said tour is cancelled. No email, not responding to phone calls and we were with children. Now trying to get refund. AVOID THIS AT ALL COST !!!More
Dear Mayooran N, What can we say other than we are terribly sorry. Your experience is unfortunately like the others over the last few weeks, due to a partnership with a new tour portal which was dreadfully managed. We are extremely embarrassed by some of...More
This was not what we expected. It was disorganized, not even remotely semi-private, and the guide was rude. When, after 9am (we arrived at 7am) they still hadn't even purchased our tickets and I queried her she told me to write the company.More
Dear rothbobby, we are extremely sorry and will process a refund immediately. Your issue has arisen via miscommunication with a new external sales partner, and is totally unacceptable. As you can see, we have taken some really bad reviews in the last few weeks and...More
While I loved the walk through Rome at 7 am and fulfilled a dream to see the Sistine Chapel, I found that the tour as advertised was misleading. We did skip the line of the general public's entrance, but the Vatican museum was crowded with...More