1. Wheelchair Accessible Private Vatican Tour
This wheelchair accessible tour of the Vatican Museums begins with a visit to the Pinacoteca Gallery. Known as the Vatican Art Gallery, the Pinacoteca contains some of the most famous masterpieces of the Vatican Museums. Travel through Pinacoteca’s 18 rooms as you explore the lesser-known masterpieces of Raphael, Caravaggio and Da Vinci. The second destination on this Vatican Museum tour is the Chiaramonti Museum. Named after Pope Pius VII and founded in the early 19th century, the museum contains some of the most important Roman statues and sculptures. Then travel through the Pigna courtyard and then on to the upper galleries to explore the Gallery of Tapestries and the Gallery of Maps. Drift through the Sobieskj Room and the Room of the Immaculate Conception before entering the famous Raphael Rooms. Spanning four separate areas, the frescos of the Raphael Rooms are considered to be some of the most valued works of art in Italy. Last, but not least, is the Sistine Chapel. An absolute must-see in Rome, you will discover amazing works of art including Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment – the largest fresco ever painted by one man. As you explore the endless wonders, your guide will tell you the stories behind these famous masterpieces on this breathtaking Sistine Chapel tour.