Rome in a day: Colosseum and Vatican Museums Combo Entrance Tickets

Rome in a day: Colosseum and Vatican Museums Combo Entrance Tickets
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes > Attraction Tickets > Attraction
$49.54
Duration: 1 day
Reserve Now

Description

When in Rome don't miss the chance to visit in one day the most important attractions of the city: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum and Vatican Museums!
The Vatican Museums are the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world. Many treasures of the city's history are here, from both classical and later times, and many of the Renaissance's finest artists were in the employ of the Pope.
The Colosseum is probably the most famous monument in the world. With its height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal elliptical structure has fascinated humans throughout history. Construction of the Colosseum was begun under Vespasian as a symbol of the grandeur of the Roman Empire. It was inaugurated by Emperor Titus in the year 80 AD.

The "Rome in a day" service does not include a guide or a meeting point. The provider will send you 2 different vouchers (one voucher for the Vatican Museums and one cumulative voucher for the other three sites) that must be printed out and shown at the reservation cashiers in order to redeem the entrance tickets.
Choose from the calendar your preferred time for the Vatican Museums and the provider will confirm the closest available time on the same date and will confirm the entrance to the Colosseum at a compatible time during the same day. (Vatican in the morning, Colosseum in the afternoon).
VATICAN MUSEUMS:
The admission ticket to the Vatican Museums is valid for visiting the  Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel only on the date of purchase. It is also valid for entrance to the  Vatican Historical Museum and Noble Apartment of the Lateran Apostolic Palace (near the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome) during regular opening hours if used within the five consecutive days from the date of purchase (included).
The reservation allows you to enter the museum at confirmed date and time without queuing up, only at time confirmed on the voucher; delays on reservations are not allowed. It is advised to be at the meeting point 15 minutes before time indicated in the confirmation voucher. Your preferential entrance can, in any case, have a waiting time respect time indicated on the voucher due to the huge number or visitors entering the museums every day. 
Access to the Museums is permitted only to visitors with proper attire.
All the reservations, dates and times might be changed or cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances related to activities of the Pope.

When in Rome don't miss the chance to visit in one day the most important attractions of the city: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum and Vatican Museums!
The Vatican Museums are the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world. Many treasures of the city's history are here, from both classical and later times, and many of the Renaissance's finest artists were in the employ of the Pope.
The Colosseum is probably the most famous monument in the world. With its height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal elliptical structure has fascinated humans throughout history. Construction of the Colosseum was begun under Vespasian as a symbol of the grandeur of the Roman Empire. It was inaugurated by Emperor Titus in the year 80 AD.