Our guide was funny and very well informed about the history of the pieces in the museum. We were both very pleased with his tour.
This tour group was easy to find and extremely helpful. Of course I had to get something wrong on our trip. It was the arrival time. Even though we missed and time slot the gentleman in charge brought us right up to the front and had us go in with the next group. Extremely professional.
The agents were there on time well organised and very polite, would use again
Nice tour guide and tour. The lines get very long so it is nice to have this advantage and time saver.
This is the best way to see the Vatican Museum and the tour staff were awesome.
The experience was really good.The guides were brilliant and gave all factual information.I will recommend them. I will be using them in future holidays.Big thank you.
We found the meeting place easily. We got into the Vatican museum easily. Absolutely beautiful and amazing experience!
Thoroughly enjoyed - guide was very knowledgable and helpful.
Our guide Fabrigio was fantastic. So passionate and took us with him on the journey. We would certainly use him again. The Vatican Museums are very crowded. You do need to be aware of that - skipping the line is certainly the way to go. But once you get in the crowds can be overwhelming. Fabrigio found quiet courtyards and gave us little insights so that we could still enjoy the art in the crowded corridor. Linda
We got everything what we wanted. We found everything quickly and we got a great guiding till the entrance.
Linda Alnor N Denmark
Perfect way to avoid the long line! Go for it and enjoy as long or as little time at the museum as you want.
With an overwhelming amount to see, this tour touches on a lot! The guide was very knowledgable and friendly.
The representatives were in the exact location as described and took us through into the museum, we skipped the main queue only had to go into security queue and gave us a leaflet with a map of the museum which was very helpful too.
We purchased the tickets ahead of time before arriving in Rome. Instead of joining a tour we opted to explore on our own. The Skip the Line pass allowed us to bypass the huge line of visitors that didn't have tickets yet, get in and begin exploring.
We booked the skip the line tickets as my wife cant queue for very long as she has trouble walking. The visit was fantastic and well worth it
The guide was very friendly and we saved a lot of time. No waiting to enter the Vatican was very nice. The Vatican museum it is an incredible place with a lot of culture inside.
Skip the line tickets saved us queuing time of about one and a half hours but did not prepare us for what was to come, namely the vast number of people the whole time but it was an unforgettable experience
If we had not been able to skip the lines, we would not have been able to complete our tour near as quickly. The lines were horrendous and being on our feet for so long would have made our experience much less enjoyable. Thanks to the guides who did a good job getting us in and keeping the group together in all that chaos!
The Skip the Line: Vatican Museums Tickets were brilliant. The guide was exactly where the paperwork told us he would be at exactly the right time. He gave the group that had gathered for the same time slot about 12 of us in total a run down as to what would happen. We entered the main concourse of the museums together as a group. He went off to get our official tickets and then left us to our own devices. It was about 2 euros more than buying the official tickets ourselves but we didn't have to queue. The museums were amazing. I would definitely recommend buying the skip the line tickets.
On the way to St Peter's Square there are dozens of ticket touts trying to get you to buy tickets to skip the queue into the Basilica. They make you feel that there's no point walking down to St Peter's Square as you will have to queue to go in. This is nonsense. You do not have to queue to go to the square which is free and marvelous. However, if you wish to go into the Basilica which is free you do have to queue and the queue was massive when we arrived in full heat of the day around 130pm. We enjoyed the square, then went back up the road to get our skip the line into the museums. When we walked back later, the queue had reduced significantly and I would guess the people at the end would have queued for about half an hour. You can buy a ticket before you go that gets you into the Basilica directly from the Vatican Museum and I would suggest this would be a good idea.
The Viator tickets were great and I would not hesitate to buy from them again.
I would recommend anyone going buys before they go, or sorts out tickets through their hotel as the ticket touts are so annoying and all of them convincing. You wouldn't know a scammer from an official.