We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews raphael rooms self portrait vatican museum famous fresco high renaissance pope julius ii papal apartments famous artists amazing paintings love art art lovers pieces of art take your time tour guide school raffaella rafael
Le quattro stanze di Raffaelo are located at the second floor, in Palazzo Pontificio, inside the Vatican museums.
Raphael painted the walls of these rooms for the pope Julius II.
Must to see these rooms to understand the atmosphere of the Middle Age in Rome.
If you're touring the Vatican you don't need to read about how amazing it is, you already know that.
Here are some tips.
1 -- Go as early as possible
2 -- Use a tour guide and go in the smallest group possible. I had...More
The full ticket price is €16. There are reductions for concessions. I would seriously advise you to consider buying your ticket online to avoid the long queues at the ticket office - you can do this at the Vatican Museum... More
The full ticket price is €16. There are reductions for concessions. I would seriously advise you to consider buying your ticket online to avoid the long queues at the ticket office - you can do this at the Vatican Museum website. Trip Adviser protocols prevent me from posting the website URL but if you google Vatican Museums you should find it, and you will see a link for 'Hours and tickets'. You have to buy a ticket for the whole museum as the Raphael Rooms are part of this. If you have purchased your ticket online the best time to go, I think, is early in the morning. Although the opening time is officially 9.00, you can usually go in about 8:30 if you already have a ticket. By 11:00 the queues are usually much longer! And I would suggest avoiding Mondays if possible as many other museums in Rome are closed then and more people head to the Vatican.