Saints Tour was born out of the thirty-years activity of Capriotti family in the field of religious articles and jewelery.
From our privileged point of view of saint Peter’s Square, overlooking the majestic colonnade, we had the chance of meeting many tourists and visitors on their way back from Vatican Museums, facing their impressions, evaluations, criticisms.
Our experience is deeply rooted on other people’s experience, thoroughly evaluated so to be able to offer the best possible service, specifically conceived to meet visitors’ need; a service that in our opinion has always to be absolutely enjoyable, efficient, captivating.
From the guided tour of Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, to the exclusive Good Morning Vatican Museums, from the guided routes for families to the strolls in the very heart of the Eternal City to the private tours specifically conceived ti satisfy our clients needs, Saints Tour offer to all its visitors the professionalism, the experience, the accuracy and enthusiasm of all its staff.
A tour for very small groups (up to 10 participants), with entrance slots at 8:30 am (before the opening of Vatican Museums to the public) and 14:30 pm, specifically conceived to grant an optimal fruition of the incredible historical and artistic heritage offered by the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and the Basilica of St. Peter.
An extraordinary event, a unique opportunity to see the Sistine Chapel as originally conceived by Raphael! After 37 years, the ten tapestries designed by the great Renaissance Master gather in the Sistine, below Michelangelo’s vault, in their original collocation. Don’t miss this unique and unrepeatable – by virtue of the absolute exceptionality of the circumstance – tour, available only from February, 17th to 22nd. The tour includes fast-track and privileged access to the Vatican Museums; the guided tour of Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel; fast-track and privileged access to St. Peter’s Basilica directly from the Sistine Chapel, and the visit of St. Peter’s Basilica.
The tour, which lasts approximately three hours, includes an hour and a half of guided tour of St. Peter’s Square (with references to the history of the Basilica) with a specialized and accredited by the Vatican State guide, and the possibility of attending the Papal Audience for its entire development.
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