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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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Was looking forward to this place but my god was it busy.... organized chaos at tempory barriers.. there is a lot of people begging which is a shame to see as you cant help everyone but neverless I still helped as best I could... watch...More
There is only one thing in Rome that made me stop and stare. The art work on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is jaw dropping. The restoration started under the most evil pope ever Borjeur . He was terrible but when he paid for...More
What can I say... Its the Vatican with all its wealth and beauty. Do not buy tickets from people at the street. They are so more expensive!! Just go stand in line really early or book online yourself. We stood in line early and within...More
I love cathedrals and this one goes above and beyond any expectation you might have. We went as part of a full tour as the grand finale and how grand it is. The sense of history is palpable. As crowded as it was it is...More
It is simply the most remarkable manifestation of art and architecture produced by human hands. It is one of the great wonders of the world and ought not be missed if you’re in Italy, much less Rome. We have visited it about three or four...More
I am grateful that this church was so large, after being packed into the museum it was a welcome change to be able to move without bumping 10 people.
Give your self-time to see all that this marvelous church has to offer. There is so...More
A very beautiful example of architecture and design. You need to take time to really look at the detail in the building itself and the statues inside.
Lots of people so getting a photo without people in it is near impossible however the best memories...More
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If you have bought a Vatican Museum And Sistine Chapel ticket on-line from the vatican's own site than no problem you can skip the queues and go straight to the booth at the entrance to colllect you actual ticket. Then after... More
If you have bought a Vatican Museum And Sistine Chapel ticket on-line from the vatican's own site than no problem you can skip the queues and go straight to the booth at the entrance to colllect you actual ticket. Then after you have done the Vatican Museum and Sistine chapel tour, you proceed easily and with no long queue into St.Peters Basilica, large back packs are not allowed but small ones are as are cameras, just check the info on the website. The prepaid Audi guide is good and worth it so don't get suckerd into paying infinately more to join a crowded guided tour with one of the independant tour comanies.