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Vatican - after the Scavi tour

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I got a confirmed Scavi tour confirmed for our trip. So, for those who have been on the Scavi tour, where do you end up at the end? Can you visit St Peter.s from that point without having to go through additional security or entry lines?

And one more question for those of you with Vatican experience....although I know the Sistine chapel will always be busy, any thoughts on a confirmed Vatican museums/Sistine tour first thing (8am) vs an evening Vatican/Sistine tour at 7pm? Which would be better to get less shoving in the Sistine? I know with Context tours, the evening tour is shorter and no St Peters with that one. The daytime tours are longer and include St Peters, but we can do St Peters on our own if going on the evening tour means a better experience in the Sistine chapel. Experiences or thoughts?

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