Lemon Tours Rome – Frequently Asked Questions - Guided Tours Vatican City

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question about our tours and services? We understand that half of travelling is planning, which is why you can contact us with any of your concerns before you book.

We want to make sure you have all of the information you need to decide which tours and activities are best for you.

arrow Where are the meeting points?
Meeting point are very close to the main entrances, they can be reached easily with public transportation. You will receive an e-mail with further information and a printable map after you have booked your tour.

arrowIf we book with Lemon Tours Rome, do we skip the lines?
You will skip all the lines, only at the Vatican you have to wait in the security check. During high season on very crowded days you may have to be waiting in the line.

arrowAre the Vatican Museums open in weekends?
Vatican Museums are open on Saturay for half-day, from 8:45am-12:30pm and closed on Sunday except the last Sunday of the month.

arrow Is there a dress code for museums?
Saint Peter’s has a very strict dress code: no skirts above the knee, no shorts, no bare shoulders and you must wear shoes

arrow How much is the service quoted in Euro going to be in US Dollars or other type of money?
We have a CURRENCY CONVERTER, you can check here.

arrowIf we book your Ancient Rome Tour do we enter the Colosseum?
Yes, we enter the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum and we also skip the queue.

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DID YOU KNOW?

 
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If you watch every object in the Vatican Museums for 1 minute, you will spend more than 12 years inside the museum which is more than 9 kilometers long.

   
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S.P.Q.R. means – Senatus Populus Que Romanus - The Senate and the People of Rome

       

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