Our Combo Private Tour of Colosseum and Vatican is the best solution to enjoy an exclusive fast track visit of the two most visited sites in Rome, accompanied by a top private guide.
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Our Combo Private Tour of Colosseum and Vatican is the best solution to visit the two most visited sites in Rome with fast track entrance and an enthusiastic private guide. This is the best tour if you want to maximise your time in Rome!
For most visitors to Rome, the two main priorities are the Colosseum and Vatican. With our Combo Private Tour of Colosseum and Vatican you will see the two most popular highlights in Rome in just 5 hours, accompanied by a fully licensed private guide who will keep you engaged throughout. We offer a great opportunity to combine two private tours in one for all those who have limited time in Rome. Owing to the huge number of visitors to both the Colosseum and Vatican every day, having a private guide to show you round the sites really is the best possible way to visit them.
You will meet your private guide at the Colosseum, where you will enter with skip the line tickets with the special fast track access onto the arena, the Gladiator's gate, saving you valuable time. Once inside the Flavium Amphitheatre (the real name of the Colosseum!) you will learn about Gladiators' combats and life in Ancient Rome. Our guides are expert in the history of Ancient Rome with a real passion for their subject and you will be able to ask them all the questions you want. Without your nose in a guidebook you’ll be able to really take in the wonder of the Colosseum and take fantastic pictures of this once-in-a-lifetime site.
Your private tour of Colosseum and Vatican will continue as you take a taxi (payable on site) over to the Vatican with your private guide. Once again you will very relieved to enter the Vatican Museums with skip the line tickets, as you survey the line stretching around the Vatican walls. You will enjoy an express visit to the Vatican Museums, where your private guide will ensure you don’t miss any highlights. Of course, if there is a particular work of art you want to see, you know you’ll be able to as with a private tour of the Colosseum and Vatican you can decide your preferences with your guide. You will then proceed to the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica, entering with skip the line access directly from the Sistine Chapel. Your exploration of the Colosseum and Vatican will finish in the legendary St Peter’s Square.
With a Combo Private Tour of Colosseum and Vatican you will maximize your time and get the most out of your visit to Rome’s two most popular site.
By the short side of the Arch of Constantine, in front of the Colosseum
Remember to follow the dresscode for the Vatican: you must be able to cover your shoulder and knees.
PLEASE NOTE: in case St Peter's Basilica is closed for religious functions, you will spend longer time in the Vatican galleries with your guide. The Basilica is a Church and as such the Vatican can decide to use it for religious functions without notice.
Please note that in certain periods of summer time, or when the Vatican Museums reopen its doors after bank holidays, the museums might be busier than usual.
Please note that, for disabled visitors with certified invalidity of more than 74%, the Vatican Museums offers free entry that is extended to a companion for visitors who are not self-sufficient. To benefit from this, make sure you mention it at the time of booking so that our staff may handle your request.
SECURITY CHECKS: When accessing the monument the Colosseum visitors will be asked to pass security checks, even when entering with pre-booked tickets or vouchers.
NOT ALLOWED: Please make sure you DO NOT have pointed big umbrellas and knives of any sizes with you. Liquids are allowed but only if in plastic bottles. Remember that you can refill your containers in the fountains inside the Colosseum.
BAGS: Back bags are allowed inside the Colosseum if very small in size; shoulder bags or handbags are permitted if regular size.
In adverse weather conditions the Colosseum administration may close the arena floor and dungeons for safety reasons. In this case you will enter through a different entrance and spend longer in other parts of the Colosseum