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  • Rome and Vatican

    Rome and Vatican

    Explore what was one time the Capital of the world. Visit Saint Peter's Cathedral and the Sistine Chapel.
  • Florence and Tuscany

    Florence and Tuscany

    Fashion, art, beauty, style, all in one unique city. Tuscany and its green hills. Chianti and history.
  • Pompeii and Amalfi

    Pompeii and Amalfi Coast

    The Vulcano buried town of Pompeii, that came back to its splendor after 17 centuries. Lets ride then one of the most enchanting coastlines, with brethtaking views.
  • Venice

    Venice and its Gondolas

    Gondola in the Gran Canal, the islands of Burano and Torcello. The Piazza San Marco. An incredible town built on water.
  • Classic Italy

    Classic Italy

    The great tour of Italy. Several days visiting the most famous and attractive sites of Italy. One time life experience, unforgettable.
  • Special Events

    Special Events

    Celebrate your marriage in Italy. A convention for your Company. Anniversaries and Special Events, we can handle it with care and professionalism. All over Italy.

  • Dress Code for visiting the Vatican Museums and other religious sites.

    The dress code for visiting the Vatican is the same that applies when you visit any church in Italy. What to wear at the Vatican? The absolute minimum required for both male and feamle's visiting the Vatican would be clothing covering both your knees and shoulders. Preferably you should wear long pants and long sleeve shirts, but in the summer months when temperatures can get to 90 degrees many visitors forget these requirements.

    The Vatican Museums that include the Sistine Chapel have the classification in regards to dress codes as any other church or place of worship in Italy. So what to wear at the Vatican? When visiting the Vatican Museums in Rome all visitors males and females should wear as a minimum clothing that covers both their shoulders and knees.

    So if you are visiting the Vatican in the hotter summer months, an applicable dress code for the Vatican would be a t-shirt and bermuda shorts that at least caste a shadow on your knees. As a sign of respect most visitors wear long-sleeve shirts and a pair of long pants.

    For those visiting the Vatican who come unprepared, as a way to skip around the dress code of the Vatican you can purchase plastic cloaks that you can wrap around yourself to cover your knees and shoulders.

    But, in the warmer summer months walking around in such a garment would not be very pleasant so plan ahead and pack accordingly so that you won't be disappointed on your travels in Italy.

    Some people may think that the Vatican has very strict dress codes, but throughout Italy you will find many up-market restaurants and bars that won't allow customers to enter if they are not wearing long-pants and an appropiate shirt

    For other religious sites, the same dress code applies.

    Do not hesitate to ask our staff if you have any doubts about the sites you shall be visiting.