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Vatican Museums Skip the Line Entrance Ticket

Vatican Museums Skip the Line Entrance Ticket  - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$44.39

Use your skip-the-line Vatican Museums ticket to explore one of the world’s greatest museum complexes at leisure! A veritable Aladdin’s Cave, the Vatican Museums teem with history at every turn, glistening with magnificent Renaissance art and architecture. Queues are long, so skip past them with your fast-track ticket and then spend as long or as little as you like inside, seeing sites like Raphael’s Rooms and the Sistine Chapel — home to Michelangelo’s 'The Last Judgement' fresco ... More info ›

Use your skip-the-line Vatican Museums ticket to explore one of the world’s greatest museum complexes at leisure! A veritable Aladdin’s Cave, the Vatican Museums teem with history at every turn, glistening with magnificent Renaissance art and architecture. Queues are long, so skip past them with your fast-track ticket and then spend as long or as little as you like inside, seeing sites like Raphael’s Rooms and the Sistine Chapel — home to Michelangelo’s 'The Last Judgement' fresco. Upgrade your ticket to include a small-group guided tour (maximum 20 people), and put the dazzling sights of the Vatican into historical context.

Meet your host in Vatican City, and use your skip-the-line admission to bypass the beginning lines and access the Vatican Museums. After showing your ticket to the Vatican guard, your host will leave you to discover this compelling museum complex and the Sistine Chapel on your own.

To see everything inside the Vatican Museums would be a definite feat, as the rooms that comprise them collectively stretch a staggering 9 miles (15km) around Vatican City. However, your ticket enables you to stay for as long or little as you want, meaning you can see as much of the art-filled rooms as your heart desires.

Places not to be missed include the Gallery of the Candelabra, a long corridor packed with elegantly carved marble candelabras and sculptures, and, of course, Raphael’s Rooms – a series of four interconnecting rooms that are adorned with Renaissance frescoes by Raphael and his pupils. Amble through the Gallery of Maps, where 40 huge maps of Italy are on show, and steep yourself in early 16th-century geography as you gaze in wonder at their intricate detail.

Whatever way you choose to explore the Vatican Museums, the layout of the complex means that the Sistine Chapel is likely to be the last sight you’ll see – the Vatican obviously intended to save the best ‘til last! Awe-inspiring in every sense of the word, the 15th-century sacred chapel holds profound religious significance to the Catholic Church, as it’s the place where the papal conclave is locked to elect new popes. Matching its religious highlights in equal measures, is the Sistine Chapel’s artwork; see bedazzling masterpieces including Michelangelo’s ceiling fresco The Creation of Adam and iconic wall painting The Last Judgement.

Ticket and Tour:
Want to see all the sights of the Vatican Museum but hear their history, too? Then upgrade to join a 5-star rated tour, taking in the highlights of the museum complex and the Sistine Chapel, plus St Peter’s Basilica — the holiest place in Christendom. With an expert guide at your side, learn about the Vatican’s power, art and treachery, and see all the attractions in an intimate small group of no more than 20.

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Skip the Line: Borghese Gallery Tickets

Skip the Line: Borghese Gallery Tickets - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$44.39

If you want to visit the Borghese Gallery in Rome at your leisure, without a guide, but don't want to wait in the entrance queue, book this skip-the-line ticket to ensure your admission (tickets regularly sell out a month in advance!). Housed inside Villa Borghese, the gallery is home to a renowned collection of artwork including paintings by Caravaggio and Raphael and sculptures by Bernini ... More info ›

If you want to visit the Borghese Gallery in Rome at your leisure, without a guide, but don't want to wait in the entrance queue, book this skip-the-line ticket to ensure your admission (tickets regularly sell out a month in advance!). Housed inside Villa Borghese, the gallery is home to a renowned collection of artwork including paintings by Caravaggio and Raphael and sculptures by Bernini. When booking, select admission only to explore the gallery independently, or choose the upgrade option for a guided tour.

After meeting a representative and exchanging your voucher, gain quick access to the Borghese Gallery (Galleria Borghese), one of the best art collections in Rome, made up of classical sculptures, Renaissance paintings and priceless antiquities. You can also enjoy a view  over Piazza del Popolo and stroll through the beautiful Villa Borghese gardens. This skip-the-line ticket provides fast-track access so you don't have to wait in the admission line.

Collection highlights (subject to change, as works are sometimes lent to other museums):

  • The Caravaggio Room (St Jerome, David with the Head of Goliath)
  • Bernini sculptures (Apollo and Daphne, David)
  • Canova sculpture (Pauline Bonaparte)
  • Works by Raphael (The Deposition, Lady with Unicorn)
  • Perugino (Madonna and Child)
  • Rubens (The Deposition)
Do you want to get the most from your Borghese Gallery visit?
For a small additional fee, you can upgrade your ticket to join a guided tour. An expert guide will add value to your experience by pointing out the highlights of the Borghese Gallery and sharing the fascinating stories behind the art. Your tour also includes a guided visit of the famous Villa Borghese gardens. The groups are small, never more than 20 people, ensuring personal attention from your knowledgeable guide. The duration of the guided tour is 3 hours.

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Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride

Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

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$14.02

Time Elevator Rome combines education and entertainment in such a unique way that you will not seen Rome the same again. This is an amazing multi-sensory attraction where you'll Voyage through 3000 years of Roman history, from Romolus and Remus up to the present day in just 45 minutes.

You will experience a simulated ride where you will travel through the rich history of Rome ... More info ›

Time Elevator Rome combines education and entertainment in such a unique way that you will not seen Rome the same again. This is an amazing multi-sensory attraction where you'll Voyage through 3000 years of Roman history, from Romolus and Remus up to the present day in just 45 minutes.

You will experience a simulated ride where you will travel through the rich history of Rome. Starting with its foundation, through the glorious days of the ancient Roman empire, the Renaissance with its masterpieces of architecture and art, the events of the 20th century, culminating in an aerial flight over the Rome of today.

Your flight simulator has 3 panoramic screens, seats on special moving platforms, individual surround sound headsets (available in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian), for you to feel part of the action while listening to Brutus plotting to kill Caesar

Time Elevator Rome is created as a Time Machine that allows you to travel back to the 773 B.C. and to return to modern age through time.

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Day trip from Rome to Cerveteri necropoli Bracciano Lake & Castle w hotel pickup

Day trip from Rome to Cerveteri necropoli Bracciano Lake & Castle w hotel pickup - Rome, Italy

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$174.05

Enjoy a memorable day trip full of spectacular panoramas, UNESCO protected sites, art treasures, archaological and natural natural wonders.
An experienced driver guide with air-conditioned comfortable new minivan will pick you up at your accomodation in Rome or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the Cruise Port of Civitavecchia ... More info ›

Enjoy a memorable day trip full of spectacular panoramas, UNESCO protected sites, art treasures, archaological and natural natural wonders.
An experienced driver guide with air-conditioned comfortable new minivan will pick you up at your accomodation in Rome or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the Cruise Port of Civitavecchia.
You will explore the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri, the famous excavated city of Ancient tombs-houses still painted and decorated. You will visit the old town of Caere and reach Bracciano Lake.
It is one of the most beautiful volcanic lakes in Italy. You will discover the town of Trevignano and the Odescalchi castle, a Renaissance magnificent fortress where VIPs get wed today. Tom Cruise got married here for instance.
You will love the pictoresque medieval villages, the scenery beauty and local food and wines ( lunch is included).

An exclusive driver-guide with air-conditioned minivan will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome, or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the cruise ship port of Civitavecchia. With special permit the driver can come pick you up right by the dock.
You will drive first to Cerveteri and Ceri, a medieval village overlooking a beautiful valley. Here you will explore one of UNESCO protected world heritage sites: the Etruscan Necropolis of Banditaccia. This excavated ancient city made of tombs preserves some of the most inetresting decorations and archiecture of the Etruscan civilization that was dominating central Italy before the Romans took over.
The toor will continue to the Natural reserve of Bracciano Lake. This Volcanic lake is surrounded by charming nature and old villages.
You will have the opportunity to swim and relax by the shore. 
The guide will take you great places for lunch to taste local food specialties such as lake fish and white Trevignano wine ( lunch is included in the price). In the afternoon you will visit the magnificent Odescalchi Castle. Its rooms hosted Popes and Emperors and now it is largely used for luxury banquets and special events. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes got married here and so did many other VIPs. The Renaissance painting and furniture make you feel going back in time.
You will also have a pleasant walk through the medieval town of Bracciano and Trevignano to explore little artisanal shops and enjoy the pleasant atmosphere of Italian countryside.
At the end of the day trip you will return abck to your accommodation ora nywhere you wish in the area. You will love this memorable tour!

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Skip-the-line Castle Sant'Angelo Museum & Bridge Small Group Guided Tour in Rome

Skip-the-line Castle Sant'Angelo Museum & Bridge Small Group Guided Tour in Rome - Rome, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$40.88

Take this 2-hour guided tour to visit the historic castle, the Pope Paul III Apartments, Hadrian’s tomb and enjoy the wonderful views from the terrace. Profit of the skip-the-line access and the personalized experience  of a small group tour limited to 10 people, lead by a professional, local guide.

Meet your guide outside Castel Sant’Angelo ... More info ›

Take this 2-hour guided tour to visit the historic castle, the Pope Paul III Apartments, Hadrian’s tomb and enjoy the wonderful views from the terrace. Profit of the skip-the-line access and the personalized experience  of a small group tour limited to 10 people, lead by a professional, local guide.

Meet your guide outside Castel Sant’Angelo. Then, discover the mighty fortress of Castel Sant' Angelo, built in 139AD to house the tomb of Emperor Hadrian and later converted to a castle in the 14th century. Learn about its fascinating history as a castle, refuge and prison from your guide as you explore the ruins, admire sculptures by Bernini and  lean out from the balcony where the pope attended the executions. With your skip-the-line tickets, jump the queue and head straight into the top attraction – the grand mausoleum of Emperor Hadrian. Finally, enjoy a spectacular view over Rome from the castle terrace.

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Experience the Past Present Future of Video Games at Vigamus - The Video Game Museum of Rome

Experience the Past Present Future of Video Games at Vigamus - The Video Game Museum of Rome - Rome, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$11.10

VIGAMUS, located in the heart of Rome, is the only Italian Game Museum. A modern and avant-garde structure, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the history of games, discovering the myths and legends behind them, and learning about the history of the visionary creators through thematic and interactive tours.

From the classics of the past, to the unique pieces given by the industry celebrities, as the the original Space Invaders coin-op and Doom Master Disks, visitors will discover the evolution of a young and ever changing art form ... More info ›

VIGAMUS, located in the heart of Rome, is the only Italian Game Museum. A modern and avant-garde structure, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the history of games, discovering the myths and legends behind them, and learning about the history of the visionary creators through thematic and interactive tours.

From the classics of the past, to the unique pieces given by the industry celebrities, as the the original Space Invaders coin-op and Doom Master Disks, visitors will discover the evolution of a young and ever changing art form.
From the timeless bonds of the Golden Age, to the 90s arcade kings, up to the Assassin's Creed special area, visitors can experience firsthand the titles that have made the history of games and the great modern series in more than 55 interactive stations.

From Year Zero video game virtual reality: only at VIGAMUS in the oculus room, the only permanent room in the world dedicated to the revolutionary Oculus Rift device, visitors can experience the thrill of wearing the visor, discovering what it means to immerse themselves in the virtual world of its favorite video games.
From Legend to reality: with reperts symbol of the video game crysis: VIGAMUS, the Video Game Museum of Rome, was the first institution in the world to receive from the City of Alamogordo the legendary Atari cartridges unearthed from the desert of New Mexico.
The exhibition E.T. The Fall. Atari's Buried Treasures allows visitors to discover one of the most fascinating legends ever known in the history of video games, among the objects found in the excavations of the desert of New Mexico, donated to the Italian Video Game museum in world preview.
Thanks to the permanent exhibition and a series of temporary exhibitions and installations, VIGAMUS tells the evolution of an amazing and wonderful world as that of video games, in an accessible way for those who approach it for the first time, and a exciting one for those who already love it. The structure is located in via Sabotino 4, and is easily accessible via the Metro A (Battistini direction) stop Lepanto.

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