2 - 3 hours
One of the famous tourist magnets in Italy is the St. Peters Basilica. Built in the 4th century, it is the place where St. Peters is said to be buried, and he was the chief disciple of Jesus Christ. This makes this place hold a special holy place in every Christian heart.
The St Peters Basilica Dome to Underground Grottoes Tour gives you an exciting chance to explore the spiritual setting of old, central Rome. During the 2 to 3 hours tour, you can gaze at the architectural beauty created by Emperor Constantine and contemplate how the builders successfully achieved their engineering goals, which still takes our breaths away to this date. Michelangelo was a young boy, only 24 years when he completed the sculpture named ‘The Pity.’ It is present at the Basilica, and it is praised by admirers from all around the world.
The Vatican Dome Climb Tickets will allow you to climb on top and enjoy a broader look at the Vatican City, with all its various historical structures. After that, you may want to take the Vatican Underground Tour, during which you will stroll across the Basilica’s historic grottoes and head towards St. Peter’s Tomb. Exciting, isn’t it?
Because if you buy the Vatican Dome Tickets from us, we will get special privileges. We arrange daily tours of small groups of 14 participants. This will allow you to book a tour on any day at your convenience. You will also avoid crowds and enjoy the tour quietly. You will be accompanied by a skilled English-speaking tour guide, who will fill you in with interesting tales about the place.
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The massive building of St. Peters Basilica is one of the largest structures in the world. Within its huge area of 23,000 square meters, it houses impressive marble works, eye-catching ceilings, and delicate mosaics. Climbing on top of its Dome provides an opportunity to have a wide look at the surrounding buildings and related areas, all of which carry an immense historical and religious significance.
While walking down the underground grottoes, you can appreciate the grandeur of the place by touching its old walls and examining the various statues. Paying a visit to the saints and popes resting in the depths of this Catholic monument will surely be an unforgettable experience. During your walk, you will see soldiers of the Swiss Guard. You will have a chance to admire their uniforms, which Michelangelo had once designed long ago. Other artists who contributed to adding glory to the place through their work include Bramante, Bernini, and Maderno.