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Yay or Nay to these "front of the line" Vatican tours?

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Took your advice and am here at work trying to book advance tickets to the Vatican, Colosseum and Sagrada Famiglia etc. Basically anywhere I can cut out the possibility of waiting on a line. Not sure about Borghese though.

The sheer amount of tours and packages and the variances in pricing are staggering. I'm the girl who pays the zillion extra dollars for the Fast Pass at Universal etc so should I spring for the " get to the front of the line" offers I am finding. Do they actually work?

Are the family tours cheesy? Geared toward 7 to 12 year olds. My kid is pretty sophisticated (but not snobby) and will be 12 in November. Reviews seem great but being that he is at the end of the age spectrum am wondering if the tour will be babyish.

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