From the age of 6 - 17, with a valid ID that proofs their age
Start your day in Rome in another country, the Vatican City.
Gain skip-the-line access with your guide to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and Saint Peter’s Basilica to avoid the crowds and queues.
Get the chance to marvel at the Museums’ incredible art collections and amazing Galleries. Experience the awe-inspiring work of Michelangelo and the worlds famous frescoes inside the Sistine Chapel, before you gain direct access to Saint Peter’s Basilica after the tour.
Here you can witness the Tomb of Popes, including that of Peter himself, covered by Bernini’s famous bronze canopy structure, the baldachin.
Following, enjoy some free time to grab a bite to eat before making your way to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Colosseum.
Gain insider knowledge on how the ancient Roman amphitheater hosted 50,000 roaring fans to witness the grueling battles between gladiators, exotic animals hunts, public executions, and even aquatic naval battles.
Finally, walk over to the the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, to uncover the civic buildings that were the epicenter of the ancient Roman Empire. Get the chance to walk the same path as Roman emperors amongst the Forum’s remains of the Temple of Vestal Virgins and Caesar’s Palace.
Then capture incredible photos from the vantage points on top of Palatine Hill, with sweeping views of Nero’s Circus Maximus and the ruins of the Roman Forum.
Availability: Daily at 09.30 (except Wednesdays and Sundays)
Duration: 6 hours
Meeting point: First meeting point is at Via Germanico n.16 (Metro “Ottaviano”, Line A)
Second meeting point is at Via di San Giovanni in Laterano n.14 (Metro “Colosseo”, Line B)
- Vatican Museums
- Sistine Chapel
- Privileged entrance to St. Peter's Basilica
- Roman Forum
- Palatine Hill
- Guided tour of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel with skip- the - line access to St. Peter’s Basilica
- Skip-the-line admission and entrance to the Vatican Museums
- Guided tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill in a small group
- Skip-the-line admission and entrance to the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
- Live tour commentary
- Skip-the-line access to Rome’s top historical monuments, the Vatican and Colosseum
- Chance to witness the incredible artwork of artists like Michelangelo and Bernini inside the Vatican
- Opportunity to experience exact site of epic gladiator battles inside the most renowned ancient Roman amphitheater
- Spectacular views of Rome from vantage points on top of the Palatine Hill
- Expert guides with insider knowledge to lead you through Rome’s top attractions
- Private tour option available in English, Spanish, German, French and Russian. For more Information or/ and inquiries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Coloseum & Vatican Tours"
We have just returned from a 5 day stay in Rome, during our time we did two tours with Maya Tours, the coliseum, palatine hill & roman forum tour & the early morning semi private Vatican tour.
Both of these tours were excellent!!
Paolo our guide at the coliseum was brilliant the tour was 2.5-3 hours long but from start to finish he was great! Learnt so so much from him & he was clearly passionate about what he was telling us & really made the tour even better.
The early morning Vatican tour was with a guide called Robert, again a great friendly guy! The Vatican is crazy busy, however we saw everything we wished to & with great knowledge along the way!
Overall I would recommend both tours highly, especially the coliseum tour with Paolo, it was one of the highlights of our holiday!
"Amazing in every way"
I just want to start off by saying that this tour, in the grand scheme of things, is SUPER cheap. I paid 210 euros for the Vatican tour and the Colosseum/Palantine Hill/Roman Forum tour for 2 people. If i’m not mistaken, the entrance to the Vatican itself is about 20 euros per person, but good luck with waiting on that 3-4 hour line to get in. For 30 euros more, you skip the line, and get an awesome tour guide. Our guide was Ribal, and we couldn’t ask for anyone better. The knowledge he possesses is incredible. If you’re the type of person that doesn’t REALLY want to learn about everything and just go on your own, then maybe you shouldn’t buy a GUIDED tour. Common sense.
As for the actual place, I mean, I don’t think there’s anything I can say that hasn’t been said before. The pictures you see just don’t do it any justice. Also, inside the Sistine Chapel, as we are all aware, there are no pictures allowed. That doesn’t mean you can’t just sneak one!