With 3 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the Vatican Gardens and the Necropolis Via Triumphalis without standing in line and with an official Vatican Tour Guide.
In this tour you will admire these amazing private Gardens, full of masterpieces and natural jewels otherwise not accessible, and you will walk among the archaeological excavations that show the remains of the Necropolis, surrounded by frescoes, marbles, mosaics and furnishings used in ancient funeral rituals.
After the guided tour, you'll have the possibility to visit by yourself the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel too!
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IMPORTANT: If the time requested is not available, the museum will confirm a timetable different from the one you requested, but as close as possible to the one you requested.
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The huge complex of the Vatican Gardens originates from the first little garden and orchard implanted here in 1279 by the will of Pope Nicholas III.
Composed today of various areas (English Garden, Italian Garden, Garden of the Pope etc), they are rich in numerous fountains (the Fountain of the Eagle, the Fontanone del Gianicolo and that one of Galera, a spectacular ship that shoots jets of water from its cannons).
You will also see some ruins of the ancient Leonine Walls, built in order to protect the Vatican area, and the Radio Tower (seat of Radio Vatican).
Surrounded by the most various plants and flowers, starting from the exotic species imported from America and Asia to some examples of the Mediterranean flora, you will lose the sense of time and you will discover how faith, art and nature can live together in harmony. In the grassy area it is also designed the papal coat of arms with the Keys of St. Peter.
In 2003, on one of the Roman consular roads, during the works for the construction of the Santa Rosa Parking, it was discovered a beautiful Necropolis that preserves numerous sepulchral buildings and individual tombs dating between the I century BC and the IV century AD, marked by stelae, altars and inscriptions, and an area destined to cremations.
Thanks to catwalks, thematic showcases, touch screen monitors and 3D reconstructions, you can closely admire a whole world hidden under our feet but that still has a lot to reveal...