1. Vatican Museums: Reserved Access Entry Ticket & Audio Guide
Rome has so much to offer: the amazing Piazzas, the stunning fountains, the churches, and the archaeological areas. With such a vast amount of interesting things to do and places to see, saving time is crucial. To see the Vatican Museums without waiting in line for hours, choose this Preferred Entrance Ticket: available time slots in the morning or in the afternoon, to satisfy both the early birds and the nightlife lovers and allow you to skip the queue. You will get in through exclusive reserved access and, once inside, you will have plenty of time to explore any of the 54 galleries, also thanks to the audioguide included. Make sure not to miss the incredible audio-guided tour included with this option, to take advantage of a unique and independent experience! The ancient art offer is huge: Roman and Greek statues, a vast Etruscan collection, lots of artifacts from Ancient Egypt, and an incredible picture gallery: the Pinacoteca Vaticana includes works by art geniuses like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael, and Giotto. If contemporary and modern art is your thing, head to the Modern Religious Art collection, housing paintings and sculptures from Carlo Carrà, Giorgio de Chirico, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Salvador Dalí, or Pablo Picasso. And swing by the Raphael Rooms and by the Sistine Chapel, two of the most popular attractions inside the Museums.