Combine two remarkable tours for a full day of Roman art, history, and architecture, from the Vatican Museums to Renaissance landmarks. Join a guide for a 3-hour morning tour of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica, then enjoy some independent time before meeting back up for a 3-hour tour of Rome’s Renaissance art, churches, and the Pantheon. This 6-hour combination tour includes all entrance fees, a personal headset, and a food and wine tasting.
Morning and afternoon tours of Roman art
See the highlights of the Vatican Museums
Includes the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica
Meet a guide and group at the Vatican Museums for an 8:30am entry time, then follow a specially-designed route to the highlights of the remarkable collections. See courtyards, sculpture galleries, maps, and tapestries, then enter the Sistine Chapel to experience Michelangelo’s masterpiece frescoes firsthand.
Continue to St. Peter’s Basilica on an interior passage that lets you skip the line, and explore the towering interior of the church before finishing the tour at St. Peter’s Square, a sprawling plaza surrounded by Bernini’s marble columns.
At 4pm, meet back up at the Flaminio metro station for the afternoon tour, which is all about two groundbreaking Renaissance figures, Raphael and Caravaggio.
Learn about the artists’ lives and work as you explore the Campo Marzio district, stopping to see their masterpieces at Santa Maria del Popolo church, Santa Maria della Pace, and Sant’Agostino.
The final stop is the breathtaking Pantheon, the pagan temple-turned-church that holds Raphael’s tomb. The afternoon tour concludes with a well-earned treat—join the guide for a tasting of local food and wines, the perfect way to kick off a night in Rome.