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“Skipped all the lines but bring your own audioguides for the Sistine Chapel and St Peters”
Veniero Tours is an Official guided tour Operator for the Vatican City & Rome, Italy. Our office is just in front of Vatican Museum's main entrance. Only One minute walking distance,so very easy to find. Good price best service. Free WiFi, Vatican...more
A great value for skipping the line and having a good guide lead you through the museums. I disliked that the group size was so large that I worried about keeping up or getting lost. Our guide was Sylvia and I was on an English...More
We decided to pay the extra and book the skip the line Vatican tour. Alberto was very good and knowledgeable, explaining about the Sistine Chapel before you go in. We did skip the line and once inside the museum the runner got the tickets then...More
You can probably do better if you pre-plan but we didn't and were looking for ways to skip the long Vatican lines the next day which was saturday. We found a guy selling these tours in front of the Colloseum, we wanted to just get...More
I had skip the line tickets to the Vatican Museum and Sistine chapel and two representatives of this company told me I would NOT get in to see St. Peter’s Basilica if I didn’t upgrade to their tour. They convinced me I had to pay...More
After realizing that all skip the lines tickets were already finished, we decided to just try our luck and go unprepared but we were stopped by an agent right infront of the metro and since it was already 10 am we decided to just take...More
I find it totally not worth it. We paid for early admission fast pass tour. I could not recognize any advantage of it as you need to wait in the security queue (which is ok, everybody does), but then you still have to wait in...More
The reviews on here are very polar, either very good or very bad. We weren't going to go with a tour, even though it had been suggested to us. It's certainly cheaper to do it yourself and there may better options out there, but we...More
Ok, so in hindsight I could have done better by preplanning, but I did not so chose to throw money at the problem and I am happy with the value. For 59 euro I got into the museum without a line, a great tour guide...More
We were approached by a charismatic lady on the street on parking our car. She sold us tour tickets for the Vatican museum and a tour of St John's for €46 pp for our family of 5 with a student and a child aged 13....More
Just steps away from the chaos of the center, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighboring Borgo, Prati is a local favorite for its aesthetic organization and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.