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We went to Rome for 5 days and this was a Must stop! No only is it Gorgeous but the History inside these walls was One of a Kind. Plan on spending the day here and by the Roma Pass and skip the line or...More
My Girlfriend and I went to the Vatican did the whole lot museum Sistine Chapel and the church it was meant to cost 110 euros for us, we got short changed and it actually cost us 120 and by the end of it we figured...More
Fitstly ive got to say the many pieces of ancient treasure and art Inc the Cistine chapel are absolutely stunning and in some cases jaw dropping but as you wander from one gallery to the next along with thousands of other visitors it does give...More
I recently went to the Vatican and we decited not to pay twice the amount to pay for skip the line, so when we finally made it near the front and they were not letting us in even when there was noboby in tours or...More
The Vatican was beautiful! The second you walk through the wall you'll be amazing by the beautiful architecture! St. Peter's Basilica has a dress code, you can't show your knees or shoulders (girls AND guys) and there are guards by the entrance enforcing it. A...More
Just steps away from the chaos of the centre, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighbouring Borgo, Prati is a local favourite for its aesthetic organisation and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.
No, there is a line but it goes by really fast. It looks intimidating but really, it only took my friend and I about 5 minutes to get in even though it was pretty long. If you want a tour, I'm not sure how that works. We... More
No, there is a line but it goes by really fast. It looks intimidating but really, it only took my friend and I about 5 minutes to get in even though it was pretty long. If you want a tour, I'm not sure how that works. We just walked around inside ourselves and it was still amazing! The museum is different, you'll want a skip the line ticket for sure but if you're only interested in seeing the Basilica, don't bother! Just remember to wear something that covers your knees and shoulders or they won't let you in!
Response from Raymond L | Reviewed this property |
The earlier the better to avoid the crowd, but if you have kids or go late. You could opt for the guided tour which is provided by tour guides out there and it would cost around $40 euro per head. I also suggest that you... More
The earlier the better to avoid the crowd, but if you have kids or go late. You could opt for the guided tour which is provided by tour guides out there and it would cost around $40 euro per head. I also suggest that you would be spending the entire day there as its a very huge place and there is lots to see. Good luck and cheers!