As one of the largest and most famous churches in the world, St Peter’s Basilica enjoys a great deal of popularity. After all, the church towers over the tomb of Saint Peter, the first pope, and boasts some of the greatest masterpieces of all time. As a result, the incredibly high number of visitors regularly create 3-to-4-hour long queues. To save your time and nerves, book St Peter’s Basilica fast track ticket with dedicated access! Bypass the long line at St Peter’s Basilica, and enjoy the visit at your own pace using your mobile phone or tablet as an audio guide!
Although ticket cost may vary depending on the season, the prices are as follows:
* In comparison to other booking platforms, we don’t charge any extra fee for booking online. [readmore]
Discover the works of the greatest artists of all time through an audio guide featuring 31 points of interests including - among others - the magnificent Pietà by Michelangelo, the Baldacchino by Bernini, and the St. Peter’s Chair (Cattedra Sancti Petri).
As you make your way through the Basilica, your audio guide will point out all the important pieces of art and history worth noting. Also, when inside, don’t forget to explore the Vatican Necropolis; enjoy the view of the cupola up above!
Choose a time slot that works best for you, select the ticket type (adult or child), and complete the transaction.
After your booking is complete, you will receive instant confirmation of your purchase and a voucher with the ticket’s details. In case you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the tour operator.Lee mas
Please arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before your chosen time so you do not lose your time slot
Cover your knees and shoulders to be admitted
A student must carry ID to collect the tickets of Saint Peter Basilica
Security check before you enter St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
Ensue your smartphone is sufficiently charged to use POP Guide
With the St Peter’s skip-the-line tickets, you are guaranteed priority access to the Basilica and a comprehensive self-guided tour of the monument. Besides, enjoy some extra benefits described below.
St Peter’s Basilica enjoys a long and winding history. Though the church stood at this precise location for centuries, the construction of the temple we see today started in 1506 and was completed only in 1626. Some of the prominent artists and architects of the time made their mark on the final structure. The building was dedicated to one of Jesus’s disciples and founders of the Catholic Church, Saint Peter, who was executed in Rome and buried where his Basilica stands today.