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Arguably one of the finest Cathedrals in the entire world, St. Peter's is the spiritual center of the Vatican and the product of many of Italy's great Renaissance's architects, among them Bramante, Raphael and Michelangelo.
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Did make even an atheist friend go silent. Probably a very religious experience if you’re catholic.
We managed to get there when it wasn’t absolutely packed, and also took a tour in the grottoes. Remember to turn of your phone.
It’s not a trip to Rome or Vatican City with out a visit to St Peters Basilica. Majestic beautiful and awe inspiring for both the religious and not. After a long day at the Vatican Museums it only makes sense to take a walk over...More
During our second visit of Rome, we decided to spend more time in Vatican. We were told by our neighbour in Prague to buy tickets online to be able to skip the line, as we have a baby and it would not be comfortable to...More
This is a MUST if you are visiting Rome. Spectacular sights. The architecture and the sculptures are simply amazing. One can easily spend at least one or two hours inside depending on your interest level. Advice to get a guide so that the historical significance...More
Saint Peters is probably the epicenter of the modern catholic faith. It doesn’t really matter your religious views, this is a must do if you come to Rome.
The exterior as you approach from Saint Marks is impressive, as it is designed to be, the...More
This was on the itinerary, and we booked a tour to take through the Vatican. (More on the tour later) Although we were excited about visiting, we had no idea how much we were going to enjoy it. This was our favorite stop on the...More
St Peter’s is huge with so much to see. I don’t honestly think you could do it, beside which, you would probably be watching your time constantly, so would you really enjoy it? I would recommend a different itinerary to be... More
St Peter’s is huge with so much to see. I don’t honestly think you could do it, beside which, you would probably be watching your time constantly, so would you really enjoy it? I would recommend a different itinerary to be honest. We were there in January and spent 3.5 hours in the Vatican Museums and two hours in St Peter’s, and could have stayed longer, but they close at 6:30pm. If you can’t move your schedule, you just do the best you can. I would recommend buying skip the line entry into both places. It is well worth the money.