St Peters Basilica Tours
About St Peters Basilica, Rome
The iconic St. Peter’s Basilica is another jewel on the Vatican crown. This historic and immensely important church should not be skipped by any means. The current structure which stands on the site took well over one hundred years to complete within the time frame of 1506 and 1626. This monument today stands as a testament to the dexterity of Christianity in Rome and is considered to be one of the most important and ‘holiest’ churches in Vatican and indeed in the world. When you plan a trip to Rome to visit this cathedral, one should keep in mind that a dress code is enforced in and around these areas which specifies that shorts, miniskirts, etc are not allowed.
St Peters Basilica Tickets Prices
- Included in the full ticket for the Vatican Museums (can be purchased separately).
How To Get To St Peters Basilica by Public Transport
- TakeLinea A or the red line towards Battistini, exits at Ottaviano-S. Pietro
Restaurants Near St Peters Basilica
- Del Frate Srl – traditional diner
- Antica Latteria Giuliani – coffee bar
Book St peters basilica Tickets And Tours
"Leave the crowds behind and head straight inside the Colosseum with your skip-the-line entrance ticket! In a group of no more than 25 people. On this Skip The Line: Ancient Rome And Colosseum Half-Day walking tour in rome, explore the first and second tiers of this A-list attraction with a guide. On this walking tour of Ancient Rome learn about the gladiators who competed in the Colosseum’s gory gladiatorial games. Finish visit with the Roman Forum in Ancient Rome tour and admire incredible ruins, like the Temple of Julius Caesar then walked up to Pallatine Hill
If you want to see the Colosseum Underground Chambers, Arena and Upper Tier, then upgrade! – These areas that are either newly opened or normally off-limits."
Rome for Holidays to see the highlights of Rome City with an expert guide, visiting the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica? Hop on on this 3 hours skip the line walking tour in Rome! After paying your entrance fee, directly head inside the world’s largest collection of private art with an expert guide, and see for yourself why the Vatican is a mecca for millions of travelers. Explore intriguing sites like Raphael’s Rooms and then visit the Sistine Chapel to see incredible frescoes by Michelangelo. Finish with a tour of St Peter’s Basilica, a Michelangelo master piece of Mother Marry and Jesus is a must see. Also see the beautiful ‘La Pieta’ sculpture while learning about it from your tour guide. Choose from a selection of different start times or upgrade to a small-group Rome tour (12 people maximum).
Discover Rome's hidden delights and quirky sites on a 3.5-hour skip the line Crypts and Roman Catacombs small group walking tour in Rome. Explore underground catacombs, Capuchin Crypt and the Basilica of San Clemente with skip-the-line access. The intriguing Rome Catacombs Tour showcases the best of Rome's underground attractions, such as the crypt made from Capuchin monks' bones and the Domitilla Catacombs where early Christians worshiped in secret. Finish with a visit multi-level look to Basilica of San Clemente to see a church like no other. Explore the different layers, moving down through the centuries and marvel at the 12th centuries of history displayed through its architecture.
Experience Rome Museum, book skip the line Borghese Gallery and Gardens walking tour in Rome. Take advantage of jumping the queue with reserved Skip the line tickets and guided walking tour (maximum 20 people). Upgrade your experience with a private tour exclusive to just your group, available with morning and afternoon departures. Please note that the tickets to Borghese Gallery regularly sell out a month in advance. Pre-book the tickets to Borghese Gallery, since only 360 visitors are allowed for a 2 hour slot! Explore masterpieces of art, sculpture and architecture. The art works are displayed on both walls and ceilings in 20 large galleries across 2 floors.There are fabulous paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, Correggio,Titan, Rubens etc but the piece de resistance is the magnificent collection of marble sculptures by Bernini that you shouldn't miss out on! Walk across the grader and hear about the history of the design and horse races in the center.
Share your experience - Rate St Peters Basilica, Rome
Although I'm not religious, this place is a historical marvel. The architecture is astounding, and everything inside and outside is beautiful. You can walk to the very top of the basilica, and the view is great. Although some advise against it, I recommend taking a tour with a guide - they appear to be scams, but they're not. We paid 10 euros more for entry, but we got to skip both queues (the queue to the basilica is different to the queue for the museum), and the tour guide was actually great; we had an American guide, and he was lovely and addressed everyone. If there is more than ten of you in the group (which there will be), they give you an earpiece to better hear the guide. If you want, you can even break off from them! You're not required to stick with them the whole time, but I would as they actually explain things and otherwise, you won't have a clue what anything is inside.
Historic place, the waiting lines move very fast since its all about security. Consider doing the Roof top tour in the St Peter's ( Cupola, stay to the right after entering the basilica). Kids under 8 are free and you have a great view over all of Rome and the Vatican gardens. The church itself is a collection o the who is who of the Catholic faith, with the popes presenting their power and wealth. The tombs in the basement are rather interesting.
The most awe-inspiring church in Italy. Dress appropriately and go early in the morning. It gets very crowded starting at around 9am and lasting all day. You don't want to stand in line half the day. For €6 you can climb to the top of the cupola for amazing views of Rome. Don't miss it!
Come between 8 and 9am for zero waiting time. Do the Cupola tour if you can bear with very many increasingly narrow stairs. If you're claustrophobic, don't. The view over Rome is probably the best you'll find. This is the most beautiful and impressive building I've ever seen in my life. It is incredible to think that it was built by humans in the "dark" age of medieval times.
A must see if you're in Rome! We opted not to do any tours or buy tickets online, as I'm always fearful of getting scammed or falling into a tourist trap. There are "guides" everywhere in the plaza trying to convince you to go on their tours to skip the lines. It's up to you, by it's not necessary. We arrived around 1pm and waited in line for about 30 minutes. It actually went by really quick. Dress appropriately, as the ladies in front of me waited in line just as long as I did only to be told they couldn't enter because they had short skirts and tank tops on. I wore a long maxi dress, but kept a shawl in my bag for my shoulders.
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