A holiday in Rome without a visit to the Vatican is like a day at the beach without swimming in the sea. While we can go on and on about the Vatican, the city of Rome itself has much to offer. Allow us to show you some off the beaten track sites and some of the most beautiful squares unbeknownst to the average tourist. Besides all the heritage sites and historical ruins, the city is a hub of fabulous bars, restaurants, food markets, and gelaterias. Travel with us and we guarantee that your time in the eternal city is a sensory experience. To find out more about our tours in central city Rome, visit our products page.
The Vatican authorities will require visitors to provide one of the following documentation:
1) proof of vaccination. Vaccinated visitors must present documentation containing vaccination records valid for 6 months (180 DAYS) from the date of the visit. Your Vaccination should not be older than 6 months (180 DAYS) (ie. count 6 months (180 Days) backwards)
2) that you have recovered from COVID-19 (the certificate of recovery is valid for 180 days from the date of the first positive swab).
The documentation should be accompanied by a legal ID with a matching name.
This does not apply to children under 12.
Please note that the rule is imposed by the Vatican authorities, NOT the tour operator. This is the same as the Italian government’s COVID-19 requirement for entry into Italian territory and all tourist sites in Italy.
Thank you for your understanding!