St. Peter’s Basilica Guided Tour


A reservoir of rich history, St. Peter’s Basilica is one of the most significant and famous churches in the world. 

This marvel of renaissance architecture attracts thousands of visitors daily. 

From its facade to the detailed internal ceilings, every inch of this monument is marvelous. 

The best way to understand the architecture and the deep history behind it is through a  St. Peter’s Basilica guided tour

This tour will help you navigate through the Basilica without missing out on the necessary historical elements. 

Ticket includes:

Here is what you get when you book this guided tour of St. Peter’s Basilica:

  • St. Peter’s Basilica tour 
  • An official live Vatican guide 
  • Tour offered in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
  • Access to headsets 
  • Rome’s Vox City Guide 
  • Cancellation upto 24 hours prior for a full refund

Ticket excludes:

Access to the Dome(Cupola) and skip-the-line entry is not a part of this St. Peter’s Basilica ticket. 

Ticket Prices:

Visitors’ AgeTicket Price (€)
Adult ticket (18 to 99 years)€24
Child ticket (7 to 17 years)€19
Infant ticket (1 to 6 years)Free entry 

Things to know 

Things to know

The entry to the Basilica doesn’t require a ticket, therefore, there is always a rush of visitors waiting in the line. 

The security checks can take upto an hour during peak time so dress comfortably. 

This tour of St. Peter’s Basilica will take upto an hour to complete. 

The benefits of this ticket exceed the tour and you get access to an online audio Rome City guide that will help you go through the city even after you leave the Basilica.

Clothing and carry-ons

Like the rest of the attractions in the Vatican, St. Peter’s Basilica also has rules when it comes to clothing and things you can or cannot carry. 

You must carry an FFP2  mask when you visit St. Peter’s Basilica. 

You cannot wear shorts, short skirts, or sleeveless shirts while visiting. 

Pets are not allowed on the premises of the Basilica. 

If you’re carrying sharp objects, weapons, or food, it’ll be taken by security before entering. 

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