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Vatican tour- booking ahead, or so I thought...

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Just went online (again) to check status of booking tickets for the Vatican including the tour. Wasn't ready to commit before, now I can- for late May, a little less than a month from now.

Tickets are readily available for the admission that includes the tour of the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel, at 31eu each. But when I look for tickets for Vatican, Sistine, and St Peters, at 36eu, there is no availability until much past that- sometime in June.

Did I blow it? I assume we want the tour that includes St Peters- but why are those not available? Are they so much "better" that they sell out much faster? Do I just go with the Vatican/Sistine tour?

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