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This was an excellent tour, and it was worth every cent to gain access to the Museums and Sistine Chapel with so few people there. We went back through the museums again later, with the regular crowd, and it was unbearably crowded and you couldn't see anything because all you could see was a crush of people. Plus the line up just to get in, for people who weren't on a tour, was way down the street for hundreds of metres in the freezing cold. Once everyone had arrived for our tour, we went straight in. Our guide Eddy was also excellent, funny and informative. I highly recommend this tour.

I wasn’t sure whether to do this or not but I’m very glad that I did and would do it again. I loved it! First, Carlo and Francesco taught us how to make different pastas which was a lot of fun, but I learned that I am better at eating it than I am making it. After the class, we enjoyed the best Alfredo I’ve ever had as well as some awesome caprese, bread, eggplant parmigiana and tiramisu. We had a wonderful time and along with the wonderful memories made, we also got to take home our aprons and some pasta to make at home.

Simply wonderful. It was absolutely worth every penny and the early start to be the only people (there was 11 of us in the group) to walk down and admire the works in the long corridor to the Sistine Chapel. To then have the Sistine Chapel to ourselves (and another group of 6) was just amazing. Our guide Chiara was excellent.

I am very happy with the outcome. We bought this tickets to see at least some of the parts of museum without many people and it was worth it. Our guide Oscar was very nice and he told us many interesting things about the exhibitions which we had to go through.

We have plenty of time to walk around or sit quietly and just look at the gorgeous ceiling. And our guide Marco was readily available to quietly ask a question so he could answer and point out items.