Visit the most precious Landmarks of Italy: The Ancient City & Vatican in one day due to the fast track reservations that will allow you to save endless hours of precious from your vacation.
Discover the magnificent Colosseum, Palatine Hill & the Roman Forum also known as the beating heart of the Roman Empire.
Once you have finished with the Ancient City, next on the list will be the Vatican Museums & the masterpiece of Michelangelo Buonarroti, the Sistine Chapel. Also do not miss the opportunity and explore the Saint Peter's Basilica, the largest cathedral in the world and the center of Catholicism.
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Fast Track Tickets for Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter's Basilica
Fast Track Tickets for Colosseum, Palatine Hill & Roman Forum
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Departure & Return
Colosseum, Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Rome Italy
What To Expect
Discover Rome's most precious landmark, the marvelous Flavian Amphitheater. A must-see while visiting Rome
The Roman Forum was once the beating heart of the marvelous Roman Empire. You will be able to visit the Roman Forum and explore the amazing ruins of the forums, temples & much more. A must-see while visiting the Eternal City.
The beautiful artwork and architecture of the Sistine Chapel are worth seeing. Popes are chosen and crowned in this beautifully decorated temple constructed between 1473 and 1481. The following would surely grab your attention. The fresco displaying the nine stories from genesis occupies the central area of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and is one of the amazing artworks by any human. The ceiling of this chapel is beautifully painted and will leave you astounded. The two artworks are well known as “The creation of Adam” and “the final judgment” are one of the most famous artworks of the Sistine chapel. It is located inside the Vatican museum, so you have to pass through the museum to reach the chapel.
St. Peter’s Basilica is truly the symbol of remarkable art and history. The church was built in more than a hundred years and is still the largest church in the world. Constructed on the Vatican Hill, the church is the epitome of beauty, art, and design. The church also represents the history of the first pope Saint Peter, who was then martyred and then was buried in 64 AD.