The Vatican Museums are one of the symbolic places of the city of Rome, a stop not to be missed for those who are in the Eternal City on holiday. Our proposal is aimed at enjoying the best of this exclusive and attractive location.
An exclusive proposal
The visitor will be welcomed at a time when the Museums are still closed to the general public; an exclusive visit with a rich American breakfast and buffet that, in the warmer months, can also be served outdoors in the Cortile della Pigna.
A culinary experience that will then continue with the visit, free or guided, to the interior of the Vatican Museums; of the Sistine Chapel, one of the main Renaissance treasures housed in the Vatican City; and other places of interest such as the wonderful gardens of the Vatican.
A unique proposal for those who want to combine a visit to the Vatican museums with a moment of pleasant distraction represented by a buffet breakfast with a reserved table in a suggestive setting like that of the Vatican Museums.
Visit to the Vatican Museums with breakfast
For all lovers of an alternative, experiential and therefore based on unique moments to experience, there will be an opportunity to enter the Vatican Museums before the opening time usually reserved for the public, at 7.15 am.
Followed by a rich tasting of American buffet breakfast, to start the best the visit that will then continue, freely or with a specialized guide, among all the main places of interest of the Vatican.
The Museums represent one of the richest and most interesting complexes in the world; inside are hosted other museums such as Museo Pio Clementino, Chiaramonti Museum, Gregorian Etruscan Museum, Gregorian Egyptian Museum, Gregorian Profane Museum and, of course, the magnificent Sistine Chapel.
A rich cultural center that houses rich collections of art and archeology created and belonged to the various pontiffs that have followed in the course of history. Among the walls of the Museums are kept works of artists among the most important in the world, from Leonardo Da Vinci to Caravaggio through Titian and Michelangelo Buonarroti.
The complex of the Vatican Museums, which today consists of 54 galleries and other specific sections, was founded in 1506 at the behest of the then Pope Julius II. However it was not until the 18th century that the Museums were opened to the public.
One of the symbolic places of Rome able to attract millions of tourists and visitors each year; and that it is possible to benefit from another perspective, with a particular and personalized approach.