The Private Accessible 8 hour Civitavecchia Cruise Excursion to the Vatican and Ancient Rome concentrates on visiting the “must see” places within Rome. This fully accessible cruise excursion features places such as the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Colesseum and Palatine Hill, to name a few.
Your day will begin with a wheelchair accessible van meeting you at the Civitavecchia cruise dock or accessible hotel followed by a comfortable drive into Rome. By choosing this accessible Civitavecchia cruise excursion, you will be able to skip the line to enter Vatican City. From there, you will spend the morning with your professional travel guide taking you through the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, the Rafael Rooms and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Unassisted, you could spend the majority of your visit wandering through the five miles of corridors, running into numerous barriers and enormous crowds. Fortunately, your professional tour guide knows the most accessible and efficient way to avoid all of these obstacles, without sacrificing the experience! Your wheelchair accessible van brings you right to the entrance to see wonders such as Michelangelo’s Pieta, the tombs of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII.
The second half of your day on this accessible Civitavecchia cruise excursion will be spent visiting the ruins of the famous Roman Colesseum and Roman Forum. The Roman Forum is only about 20% wheelchair accessible and the rest will be explained from the overlook or inside the Forum. An inside visit of the Roman Forum can be done via wheely trekky at an additional charge and will also extend the tour duration Your knowledgeable tour guide will amaze you with all the historical facts and interesting rumors surrounding these famous ruins.
Complete your day with this Civitavecchia accessible cruise excursion returning you directly to your cruise ship at the Civitavecchia cruise dock or accessible hotel in your wheelchair accessible van.
- Vatican Museums
- Vatican Map and Tapestry Galleries
- Rafael Rooms
- Sistine Chapel
- St. Peter’s Basilica
- Roman Forum
- Palatine Hill
- Roman Colosseum