2-Day Private Tour of Rome and the Vatican Museum
Enjoy a private visit to Rome and the Vatican Museum and a 1-night stay in a Junior Suite at the Hotel Piazza Venezia.
You and your guest will be welcomed at the airport or train station by a tour guide. After checking into your Junior Suite at the hotel you will be taken on a tour around Rome and all the capital’s marvels.
At 7:00pm, you will be accompanied for an exclusive after-hours visit to the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. The visit will last approximately two hours, with the following itinerary: Upper Galleries, Raphael’s Rooms and the Sistine Chapel. Following the visit you will be accompanied to the restaurant adjacent to the hotel for dinner in a reserved room.
The following day begins with breakfast served in your room. You and your guest will then be accompanied by a head guide and personal driver who will take you on a panoramic tour. Lunch will be served inside Villa Medici, on Viale Trinità dei Monti - a prestigious residence for artists and art historians where the French Academy of Rome has been housed since 1803. Following lunch, you will be taken back to the airport for departure.
Valid for 2 people.
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