The official tourist service for Saint Peter Basilica
Since 2007, Vox Mundi has been the official agent of the “Fabbrica di San Pietro” for all tourist services in Saint Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican CityBook a Tour
Saint Peter’s Basilica
Saint Peter’s Basilica is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in the world. Construction began in 1506 and it took 120 years before the church could be consecrated. To this day, at 187 metres in length and with its 133-metre-tall cupola, Saint Peter’s remains one of the largest churches in the world.
Read the history of St. Peter on our blog.
Saint Peter’s Basilica is open every day:
from 1st October to 31st March: from 7.00 to 18.30
from 1st April to 30th September: from 7.00am to 19.00
Due to recent health provisions, tourist activities inside the Basilica are blocked until April 3.
We will keep you updated on further developments.
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Official tourist service for Saint Peter’s Basilica.
Since 2007, Vox Mundi has been the official agent of the “Fabbrica di San Pietro” for all tourist services in Saint Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City.
Thanks to our highly-qualified staff, our wide variety of services, and state-of-the-art technology, Vox Mundi offers a one-of-a-kind experience to all pilgrims visiting the undisputed “Queen” of all churches.
For those visiting as a group, Vox Mundi also offers the listening devices (radio guides) that are compulsory inside the church, and uses its own software to monitor and manage the flow of tourists inside the Basilica.