Roma en un día: Entrada Evite las colas al Vaticano y el Coliseo
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Roma en un día: Entrada Evite las colas al Vaticano y el Coliseo

Roma en un día: Entrada Evite las colas al Vaticano y el Coliseo

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Ningún viaje a Roma está completo sin una visita a Los Museos Vaticanos. Hogar de 54 diferentes galerías que incluye cuatro museos de estatuas: Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Chiaramonti, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco y el Museo Gregoriano Egiziano. Estos museos son el hogar de algunas de las obras de arte más famosas del mundo, de artistas como Leonardo Da Vinci, Miguel Ángel, Carvaggio, Rafael y Giotto, por nombrar unos pocos. Se reunirá con su guía en el punto de encuentro a las 8.30 h e iniciará una experiencia que sin lugar a dudas inspirará al amante del arte que todos llevamos dentro.

Se dirigirá a la galería número 54 de los Museos Vaticanos, la célebre Capilla Sixtina. Finalizada alrededor de 1483, la Capilla Sixtina es posiblemente la capilla más famosa del mundo debido a las obras de arte que contiene. Verá muchos de los frescos más famosos del mundo, entre ellos el famoso fresco del techo y "El Juicio Final" pintado por Miguel Ángel. La Capilla Sixtina no solo contiene algunas de las más valiosas obras de arte del mundo, pues todavía se utiliza para fines religiosos como el cónclave, el proceso mediante el cual se elige un nuevo papa.

Visite este popular lugar de peregrinación, la Basílica de San Pedro, una de las más grandes del mundo y un brillante ejemplo de la arquitectura renacentista.

Tras visitar los Museos Vaticanos, realice una deliciosa parada en un restaurante típico para disfrutar de una cena de 3 platos antes de visitar la zona del Coliseo.

Después del almuerzo, se trasladará al Coliseo, una de las estructuras más populares e impresionantes del mundo. Acceda sin colas al Coliseo y estará listo para entrar en la leyenda. Conozca la arquitectura y la historia de este enorme anfiteatro que albergó a antiguos romanos, senadores, emperadores y gladiadores, así como animales de todo el mundo.

De abril a octubre, tendrá la oportunidad de visitar la Colina Palatina, el lugar de la fundación de Roma y el foro romano desde el interior. De noviembre a marzo podrá descubrir la Colina del Capitolina, sitio real del Mayor de Roma, y ofrece las vistas más hermosas del Foro Romano.
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Incluido
  • Entradas Evite las colas exclusiva a los Museos Vaticanos como socios del operador turístico oficial
  • Entradas con el servicio de acceso exclusivo Evite las colas al Coliseo
  • Guía profesional
  • Auriculares de audio inalámbricos para ayudarle a escuchar al guía
  • Almuerzo en un restaurante típico italiano (3 platos) solo para la opción de recogida
  • Recogida en el hotel (solo para los hoteles ubicados en el centro de Roma) exclusivamente para la opción de almuerzo
  • Transporte durante la excursión solo para la excursión con almuerzo y recogida
No incluido
  • Propina opcional
  • Traslado de regreso al hotel
Adicional
  • Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva
  • No apto para sillas de ruedas.
  • Durante esta excursión habrá que caminar bastante.
  • En las visitas de los miércoles por la mañana: la visita al interior de la Basílica de San Pedro se sustituye por una visita a la Biblioteca del Vaticano debido a la audiencia papal que se realiza cada miércoles
  • Debido a las mayores medidas de seguridad, puede experimentar retrasos en los controles de seguridad al entrar en Coliseo
  • Esta excursión incluye visitas a lugares de culto en los que debe respetarse un código de vestimenta. Los visitantes deben vestir de manera adecuada: no están permitidas las camisas sin mangas, minifaldas, pantalones cortos ni sombreros
  • Si tiene un marcapasos deberá mostrar un certificado; de lo contrario, no serán admitido si no pasa por el control de seguridad
Características
Turismo
95% Cultural
75%
Opiniones
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rayday61
4 | 2018-08-27

This is a hard one to review. The sights were amazing, the tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly, and skipping the lines was worth every penny. That said, I would break down the tour to two days. Seven to eight hours of walking and non-stop historical information made the last couple hours miserable. A couple folks left. Has nothing to do with age, but if you are not fit, don't do this in summer. The meal at the restaurant was very unorganized, too many tours at the same time. The guide had the information but after awhile my brain shut him off. And finally, when you opt for the pick-up option, be aware there is no return option. This should be more clear. The tour ended a 30 minute walk back to the hotel or a cab.

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vivme0305
3 | 2018-08-17

We didn't make it to the afternoon portion Colosseum because my son felt sick after the lunch. But the morning tour was very fast paced and unfortunately, there are so many tour groups, our ear pieces kept getting interference from the other groups. So much of the information from our guide was lost to static or interference.

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HARRISON W
5 | 2018-07-21

The only way to tour the Vatican!

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Diana R
3 | 2018-07-09

This is a lot for one day. The Vatican was extremely crowded the day that we went, so we were rushed through the galleries. The next day was a holiday, and they were setting up in the afternoon so everyone went to the Vatican that morning. The guide was good, but it was just difficult to concentrate and follow her when we were literally wall to wall with people. Lunch was not great. It was not coordinated well at all. Some of our group had already finished their dessert while another table was still waiting for a second course. The food wasn't great either. What I was most shocked about is that drinks were not included in the price of lunch, including water. So everyone had to get separate bills to pay for their drinks. They only had one guy who was gathering the 50 or so people from the restaurant to get on buses to go to the Colosseum, so that was a bit hectic. It just seemed like it could have run much smoother with more people helping out. We were standing around for a good 20-25 minutes just waiting for one family to finish eating their meal. If you can, I would skip the lunch option. It is helpful to have them pick you up from your hotel in the morning and take you from the Vatican to the Colosseum. Just remember, they don't take you back to the hotel after the Colosseum, which we knew, but a few other people in the group didn't realize. The Colosseum tour was great. Be sure you go to the bathroom before you go though. They only have one bathroom there and the line was about 40 minutes long. The tour guide actually told our group if you have to go then you need to leave the tour and catch up later. The Ancient Rome/Palentine Hill portion of the tour was interesting. It was actually longer than the colosseum tour which I was surprised about. I think I would have enjoyed it more though if it wasn't such a long day. The day was 10 hours between hotel pickup and the end of the ancient rome tour. All in all I would break these activities up into two days if you have the option. Also, it might better to go with a smaller group because for all of our tours we were with larger groups. There were 30 people in the Vatican group and about 20 for the Colosseum tour. It would have been nice to get more personalized attention. The guides actually had a hard time answering questions because there was so much to get through and they didn't want to stop to answer everyone's questions.

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Nolan B
4 | 2018-06-21

I did the full tour with lunch included. You have to pay for drinks, which was a surprise considering the price. It's a full day tour, so be prepared, but it was well worth the money.

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