Visit the Vatican Gardens without queuing up and with an official Vatican Tour Guide!
With 3 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the Vatican Gardens without standing in line and with an official english speaking Vatican Tour Guide.
Do not waste time during your holidays by standing in line. Buy tickets online through our safe and easy system and you will have immediate access to the masterpieces of Vatican.
In about two hours you will visit these amazing private Gardens, located in the smallest State around the world, full of masterpieces and natural jewels otherwise not accessible, accompanied by the explanation of a qualified Tour Guide!
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.
To validate your purchase it's necessary to supply all the guest's names to this e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
- It is necessary to book at least 5 workdays before the visit.
- In front of museum you will be allowed to skip the line choosing the lateral entrance designed for groups. Also the ticket-office where you have to change your voucher with real tickets is the group's one. After clearing security, the meeting point will be at the "Guided Tours" booth, which is located straight ahead up the small staircase on the left.
- It is advisable to arrive 20 minutes early with a valid document to pass the security controls; we suggest to have little bags with you.
- You are invited to dress appropriately.
- Florence tickets is not responsible for eventual lack of service caused by the ticket offices or activities of the Holy Father.
What makes this Tour Unique?
- Tour with an official Vatican guide
- Skip the line and don't waste you time
- See these natural jewels otherwise not accessible
- Immerse yourself in this green lung
- Admire the Fountain of the Sacrament and the monument to the Virgin of Guadalupe
- Stay in the museum how long you want after the guided tour
Reduced and free tickets
- Citizens under 18 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance).
- No reduction for over 65 years old.
- Children under 6 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance).
Every day (except Wednesday and Sunday); the schedules of the guided tours are subject to changes, so for the availability please check the booking box above.
Official Vatican Tour Guide
About 2 hours
Included in the ticket
- Your Vatican Gardens ticket also allows you to remain in the museum after the guided tour as long as you like! (until the closing time).
Almost all sectors of the Vatican Museums are accessible for disabled tourists; if necessary wheelchairs will be provided without extracharges with an advanced booking (email@example.com).
The Vatican Gardens are located in the Vatican City - Rome.
About two-thirds of the surface of the Vatican City are occupied by these huge Gardens composed of various areas (English Garden, Italian Garden, Garden of the Pope...).
In 1279 Pope Nicholas III moved the papal residence from the Lateran to the Vatican and this date marks the birth year of the Gardens; he planted an orchard, a lawn and a garden, and used these spaces as a place of meditation and relaxation.
Between 16th and 17th centuries, worked there artists like Donato Bramante, Pirro Ligorio, Antonio Tempesta and Giovanni Battista Falda.
To protect the Vatican,were built the Leonine Walls whose ruins are still visible today in two sections: in the first you can see the Palazzina della Zecca, the Fountain of the Sacrament (or of the Towers) and the Gardener's Casina; in the second (restored by Nicholas V) there are two round towers: the Radio Tower (seat of Radio Vatican) and the Gregorian Tower (next to which was built a summer residence for Pope Leone XIII).
Of particular interest are the numerous fountains, including that of Galera, a spectacular ship that shoots jets of water from its cannons, the Fountain of the Eagle and the Fontanone del Gianicolo.
You will also find a series of tributes to the Virgin Mary as the temple of Our Lady of the Guard (1937), the monument to the Virgin of Guadalupe (1939) and the reproduction of the Grotto of Lourdes (1902).
A triumph of fragrances, colors and shapes is given by the many plants and flowers of the Gardens, starting from the exotic species imported from far continents like America and Asia, to some examples of Mediterranean flora. Particular is the grassy area where it is designed the papal coat of arms with the Keys of St. Peter and the Triregno with the heraldic symbol of the reigning pontiff.
27 Jan 2016
Wonderful to escape the crowds, and get a breath of fresh air. A huge golden globe that has more on offer. A range of pretty gardens and features with benches to rest on.
04 Jan 2016
A lovely and well manicured gardens, an ideal place to sit and take in your surroundings and reflect on what you've seen in the museums/your time in Rome.
03 Jan 2016
gardens are wll maintenend but not free to enter. also there is a guide fee to pay. If you dont have time and disposable budget, its second priority.
02 Jan 2016
We first saw these through the Vatican museum windows. They are so far away from the local hustle and bustle. Ian
01 Jan 2016
The gardens are very nice; however, when we were visiting there was restoration work and revisions being done in parts of the garden. Many people visit the gardens... some benches available for quite reflection.
26 Dec 2015
I visited Vatican Gardens when I was at Rome. After I made a tour of Vatican Musem, I drink a coffe in Vatican Gardens. The gardens are absolutlly magnificent.
21 Dec 2015
We chose the tour of the Vatican gardens by open bus and it was very nice to relax and listen to the comments while stopping at each famous statue, foutain or building. Definitively the best way to enjoy the beauties of the Vatican Gardens.
16 Dec 2015
We visited the Vatican gardens as part of a tour.A very peaceful and enjoyable visit. Would have liked to have spent longer but our guide kept us moving.
15 Dec 2015
As with most of Rome s tourist spots the gardens are both beautiful and breathtaking. Walking around letting your mind wander you can vision the many who have been there before you for many different reasons.......... from the prisoners to the garden experts and all have stood back memorised
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12 Dec 2015
We viewed the garden from inside the Vatican Museum. It was lovely and peaceful. It's nice to imagine the Pope taking a quiet moment to walk in the sunshine and greenery. Though we didn't realize it, you can walk in the gardens through various tour operators.