admission at the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.
People with permanent disabilities
and one person who accompanies them, do not have to
pay the admission fee to enter the Vatican Museums.
If the disability isn't obvious
though, then it must be proved by a certificate.
don't need to line up either! But the persons who
will accompany you, if more than one, do need to buy
a ticket, so you better get them on line with a
reservation, just to be sure they don't have to
stand in line.
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If you have have problems walking and standing
for a long time, you can use a wheel chair. Wheel
chairs are available
free of any charge at the Vatican Museums.
reserve for a wheel chair and consequently if a
wheel chair isn't available at the time you enter
the Vatican Museums you'll just have
to wait for someone to bring one back.
wheel chairs though, can only be used in the Museums
and the Sistine Chapel, you cannot take the wheel
chair with you to St. Peter's
Basilica, therefore you'll either have to skip
St. Peter's Basilica or walk it. Or rent a wheel
chair to take to the Vatican with you.
We are sure that those with serious
walking problems will come prepared and will have
their own wheel chair, but otherwise we'll be happy
to help them rent one!
Renting a wheel chair
If your disability is such that you
cannot walk through St. Peter's you'll have to rent
a wheel chair for this tour. If you don't know where
to rent a wheel chair from, we can help you. We can
get you a wheel chair to use for the whole
tour of the Vatican.
The cost of renting the wheel chair
is 25 Euros.
We can get you an electric scooter
as well, but it's more complicated to get
around the Vatican in a scooter. The wheel chair
works a lot