Colosseum and Vatican Tour

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Starting from the Colosseum with skip the line entrance so you will not have to wait around in the long lines the Vatican museums and Colosseum tour is the perfect full day option to see Rome in a day. The Colosseum is considered one of the most important attractions of world tourism, on July 7 2007 in Lisbon it was proclaimed a "New Wonder" of the world. The Colosseum, named by the Romans as "Anphitheatrum Flavium", was built by Emperor Vespasian in 72 AD, and inaugurated by his son Titus in 80 AD.The Colosseum Tour will end at approx 12:00.

After lunch we will restart with the Vatican Museums Tour at 14:15 from a meeting point nearby the Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica you will visit the most wonderful collection of art in the Vatican Museums that house the most extensive collection in the world.

The Vatican Museums tour will begin using our fast track - skip the line vatican tickets so our guests will not have to wait in the 2 hour long lines before to enter the vatican museums.

Once inside the Vatican Museums we will cross the Pigna Courtyard which takes its name from the gigantic bronze pinecone placed in the middle, a work found at the Roman Baths of Agrippa. Then to the Gallery of Maps on of the most eye catching and attractive of the Vatican Museums Tour. This gallery is a 120 metre long tunnel and includes a set of all the maps that represent and anticipate the unification of Italy, both geographic and spiritual.

Then moving on to the tour of the Sistine Chapel which is the cultural and artistic treasure of the Vatican Museums, its known throughout the world for the conclave and other official ceremonies of the Pope's messages. The entire Sistine Chapel is a message of universal faith, the frescoes of Michelangelo Buonarroti, the "Last Judgement" is one of the unique works of art in the world which you will get to see on the best Vatican Museums Tour.

The tour will last in front of St Peter's Basilica.