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Amazing Private Tour of the Vatican Museums

In Bevagna now after an amazing three days in Rome, the highlight of which was our after hours tour of the Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel on Monday night, we had 3 hours in the museums, including 45 minutes in the SIstine Chapel where we were allowed to take as many photos as we wished, our group of 20 people were the only ones in the museums apart from the guards. This was my first visit to these museums and I was blown away by the grandeur and the beauty around me, each room more amazing than the next, by the time we got to the SIstine chapel, I was quite emotional and could only sit mesmerized by the amazing art that surrounded me, truly a once in a lifetime experience. This was truly an amazing day starting with St Peter's in the morning & the Scavi tour and finishing with the museums at night. Relaxing in the countryside now for a few days before visiting Florence. Italy is the most amazing and beautiful country and people are truly wonderful and helpfull.

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