So, it sounds like the Faster Than Skip-The-Line get you in line quicker as advertised, but no guarantees you'll not end up crowded once in, and there is little chance to stop and savor the experience because in most cases, the tour guides just talks your ear off for 3-hrs. Does that pretty much sum it?
Are you given time to go into the gift shop at the Vatican to purchase items if you are on the tour?
Is the early morning time better
what is the best time to take the tour ?
we are a family of 5 with teenage kids
We are a group of 13. 6 adults and 7 kids. Can you please confirm if we can all do an English skip the line tour together on the 10th of August?
Can you explore the Vatican and Sistine chapel on your own after visiting St. Peter’s Basilica? Or do you have to wait in line and pay again?