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Just 0.44 square kilometres in size, the world’s smallest sovereign state can’t be measured in size alone. With the Vatican’s Museums housing a legion of epic masterpieces one after the other - Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and Raphael’s Rooms, to name a few - and holding the largest Catholic church in the world, St Peter’s Basilica, all within its borders, the Vatican City makes for an awe-inspiring and ever-daunting experience for travellers. Monumental in size and style, this religious superpower is a lavish tribute to Catholicism, its epic St Peter’s square the scene for religious pilgrimages since time immemorial. Any visitor to the Vatican will agree, good things come in small packages.
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  • Invest in fast-track entrance. You’ll need all the time you can to discover and explore the many crevices of this religious site. Pre-booking skip-the-line Vatican tickets will fast-track your entrance into this top attraction and save you from frustrating queues.
  • Cover up. Covering your legs and shoulders is necessary on all Vatican tours. In hot weather, be sure to have a shawl or cardigan handy for visits.
  • If the shoe fits. If you opt to take the 320-step climb up St Peter’s dome, be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, the staircases are narrow and windy.


Best Time To Visit The Vatican Museums are open every day, from 9am to 4pm, except Sunday, while St Peter’s Bascilica is usually open from 7am till 7pm, depending on the season. Make the most of your Vatican ticket and visit St Peter’s in the early-morning before the crowds, followed by a tour around the Vatican Museums afterwards. This site remains busy year-round, although the months of January and February promises less crowded Vatican tours.
Getting Around Buses to the Vatican City are cost-effective and quick, while taxi’s also travel to and from the Vatican regularly. If you’re taking the metro, alight at Ottaviano-S. Pietro station, just outside the Vatican walls.
Money Saving Tips Vatican tickets don’t usually come cheap. However there are some great deals available if you shop around. We recommend booking one of our isango! Vatican tickets which offer two-in-one deals, combination packages, and exclusive tours for budget-friendly prices.
Did you know? Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about the Vatican…
  • An autonomous country, the Vatican City has around 600 citizens made up of cardinals, members of the Swiss Guard, clergy members and just one nun. However, most of these citizens live abroad, with clergy members serving in elected diplomatic positions around the world.
  • Popes only began to live at the Vatican in the 14th century. Before this, they opted to reside at the Lateran Palace across Rome instead.
  • At several times in the Vatican’s history, popes were forced to flee the Vatican from a secret passageway, known as the Passetto di Borgo. This passageway was first constructed in 1277, an escape route linking the Vatican with the Castel Sant’Angelo on the banks of the Tiber River.


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