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Vatican City Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Vatican City? Check out our Vatican City Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Vatican City.

Top Places to visit in Vatican City:
St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, Gardens of Vatican City, St. Peter's Square, Raphael Rooms, Vatican Necropolis, Castel Sant'Angelo, Apostolic Palace, Vatican Library

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Top 10 Things to See in Vatican City

Visiting the Vatican Museums is an overwhelming experience. No matter how long you spend in the Vatican Museums, it's never enough time to see everything. Here's our list of the top ten things to see in the Vatican Museums. For more information about Rome and Vatican City, check out our blog:



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The Top Ten Things to See in the Vatican Museums

10. The Egyptian Gallery - The collection is so interesting because of the relationship between the Roman Empire and Egypt. As you might know, Mark Antony and Julius Caesar both had relations with Cleopatra. The collection occupies five rooms; plan to spend about 25 minutes in each.

9. Vatican Gardens - Take a stroll past innumerable grottoes, antiquities and world-class landscaping. Did you know there are 100 fountains in the Vatican Gardens? Unlike the Vatican Museums, the gardens are never crowded. One way to access the Vatican Gardens by booking a full day tour of the Vatican Museums, Gardens and Castle Gandolfo with The Roman Guy.

8. Pinacoteca - The Pinacoteca (Picture Gallery) is one of the more modern sections of the Vatican Museums and is often overlooked. Get up close and personal to 460 works of art, painted by the likes of Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, Leonardo, Guido Reni and Giotto.

7. Pinecone Courtyard - Named after the colossal bronze pinecone that once stood near the Pantheon next to the Temple of Isis, the Pinecone Courtyard was designed by Donato Bramante. From here catch an amazing view of St. Peter's Dome. Sometimes the guards let you spin the giant fractured sphere sculpture in the center of the spacious courtyard.

6. Pio-Clementino Museum - The Vatican's Pio-Clementino Museum is one of Rome's best collections of ancient Greek and Roman statues. In the octagonal Belvedere Courtyard, check out the Apollo Belvedere, Laocoön and His Sons and the Belvedere Torso. Then visit the biggest and oldest bathtubs you’ll ever see. Nero's Bathtub measures an incredible 25 ft in diameter. The red marble it is made from is so rare, there is no way to recreate it today.

5. The Vatican's Main Galleries - The Gallery of the Candelabra, Gallery of the Tapestries and our personal favorite, the Gallery of the Maps. The painted frescoes of maps reveal how Renaissance Italians saw themselves and their surroundings. Predating a unified Italy by nearly 300 years, the Gallery of Maps shows the length and breadth of the peninsula circa 1580.

4. St. Peter's Square - If you're not planning on visiting the Vatican Museums during your trip to Rome, at least come here. This is one of the most famous and breathtaking squares in the world and the largest, open area of Rome. The piazza is encased by two massive arms comprised of four rows of colonnades. As you walk up to the square, it looks like two massive arms welcoming you.

3. Raphael Rooms - Raphael was one of Rome's most famous Renaissance artists who encompassed all the ideals of a Renaissance man. He designed and frescoed multiple rooms connected to the Vatican Museums. Among other masterpieces, visit one of Raphael’s most famous works of art, The School of Athens.

2. St. Peter's Basilica - Don't miss this! St. Peter's Basilica is a massive church filled with artwork from some of the most celebrated artists in history. Enter through a special door and skip the lines to get the most opulent church in the world. Once inside, admire masterpieces that include the La Pieta, Il Baldacchino, La Pieta, the statue of St. Peter and much more.

1. Sistine Chapel - Since the chapel is inside the museums, entrance is included in your Vatican tour. Now that the chapel is restored, every detail and color used in the treasured work of art is visible. Only when you are inside, is it clear why it is one of the Sistine Chapel is one of the most celebrated works of art in Western civilization.
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Visit The Vatican - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Vatican City

Heading to see the Pope or Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel or the Raphael Rooms? Well here are a few things that may shock a tourist or traveler to the Vatican.
10 Things That May SHOCK Tourist When The Visit The Vatican
1. Its another country
2. The lines to the Vatican Museums are insane long
3. You may actually get to see and hear the Pope on your visit
4. The amazing art collection in the Vatican Museums
5. How many people they fit into the Sistine Chapel
6. How many people take pictures with flash in the Sistine Chapel even though they tell you not to
7. How big St. Peter's Basilica is on the inside
8. How people have rubbed down some of the statues
9. You can climb to the top of St. Peters for a great view of Rome
10. The best mail in Italy for sending postcards is found in the Vatican Post office.

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TOP 10 Things to do in ROME

In this video you’ll see Top 10 THINGS to SEE and DO in Rome plus two bonus tips at the end of the video. The suggestions are based on our several exciting trips to Rome. Here are our top 10 picks:

#1 0:19 CIRCUS MAXIMUS (CIRCO MASSIMO) is an ancient Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue.
#2 0:40 COLOSSEUM (FLAVIAN AMPHITHEATRE, COLOSSEO) was used for gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology.
#3 1:15 ROMAN FORUM (FORUM ROMANUM) is a forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings right next to the Colosseum. Forum was the center of day-to-day life in Rome.
#4 1:42 ALTAR OF THE FATHERLAND (ALTARE DELLA PATRIA, MONUMENTO NAZIONALE A VITTORIO EMANUELE II, IL VITTORIANO) is a monument built in honor of the first king of a unified Italy, Victor Emmanuel.
#5 2:09 PANTHEON is a former Roman temple, and is now a church.
#6 2:35 TREVI FOUNTAIN (FONTANA DI TREVI) is one of the most famous fountains in the world.
#7 2:54 SPANISH STEPS (PIAZZA DI SPAGNA) are a monumental stairway of 135 steps that were built in the 18th century.
#8 3:24 VILLA BORGHESE is a landscape garden containing several buildings and villas, etc.
#9 3:54 CASTLE ST’ANGELO (CASTEL SANT'ANGELO, THE MAUSOLEUM OF HADRIAN) was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family.
#10 4:20 VATICAN CITY is an independent state since 1929, it is located within Rome.
#11 4:54 PIAZZA NAVONA is a square located in the heart of Rome and is built on Dominitian’s ancient stadium.

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# 10 Dohany Street Synagogue
The Dohany Street Synagogue also known as The Great Synagogue is located in Budapest, Hungary. It is the largest synagogue in Europe, with a maximum seating capacity of 3,000 a height of 143 feet and a 246 length. It has an interesting history, being built by the Jewish community from 1854 to 1859. It was bombed by the Hungarian pro-Nazi Arrow Cross Party in 1939 and subsequently used as a base for German radio through World War II. After World War II, during the Communist era, it became a place of prayer again for Jewish people. But, restoration didn’t begin until 1991 and finished in 1998.

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Lakewood Church is a nondenominational Christian megachurch in Houston, Texas. It boasts the largest congregation in the United States, averaging more than 43,500 in attendance every week. The 16,800 seat central campus is known for its huge attendance and building but more noted for the senior resident pastors, Joel and Victoria Osteen. While the local congregation is already huge, the sermons from inside the church are broadcasted to more than 100 countries, with an estimated 7 million viewers every week.

# 8 Sri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir
Sri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest and best-known temple dedicated to Jainism, in Delhi, India. It’s known for how huge it is but also for the bird’s veterinary hospital located behind the main temple. It’s known as the “Red Temple” because of it’s iconic red painted facade.

# 7 Basilica of Our Lady of Licheń
The Basilica of Our Lady of Lichen is a Roman Catholic church located in the village of Lichen Star in Poland. It was built in ten years between 1994 and 2004 and entirely funded by the donations of pilgrims. It is one of the tallest and largest churches in the world with a 464-foot height.

# 6 Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. It was designed in 1888 and begun construction in 1892. It went through several style changes through World War 1 and 2 and then suffered a fire in 2001, forcing it to close down for repairs. It reopened in 2008 but remains unfinished to this day. Despite all of this, it still stands up in being one of the largest religious structures in the world with an 11,200 square meter area and 480,000 cubic meter volume.

# 5 Lotus Temple
The Lotus Temple is a 112 feet building in New Delhi, India and is comprised of 27 free standing marble “petals” that make it look like a lotus flower. It is the “Mother Temple” of the Indian Subcontinent, and according to a 2001 CNN Report, it is the most visited building in the world. It has a seating capacity of 1,300 and actually serves a place of worship for all religions.

# 4 Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, also known simply as the Seville Cathedral is located in Andalusia, Spain. It’s the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. It was built in the 16th century and held the title as “largest cathedral in the world” for a long time. With a maximum height of 344 feet and a length of 443 feet.

# 3 Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida
The largest church in Brazil and the second largest church in the world is the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady Aparecida. It is dedicated to “Our Lady Aparecida” which loosely translates to “Our Lady of Conception Who Appeared.” This huge church is 551 foot wide, 568-foot length, and 330 feet high building is only rivaled in size by St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.
# 2 Mecca / Al-Masjid al-Haram
Mecca is Islam’s holiest city, located in Saudi Arabia. It is allegedly the birthplace of Muhammad, which is why it is such an important place. Masjid al-Haram literally translates to “the Sacred Mosque” is a massive religious structure that serves as a prominent place for Muslims to go to on a pilgrimage. The current structure covers an area of 356,800 square meters or 88.2 acres and has a capacity of 900,000. During the annual Hajj pilgrimage, hundreds of thousands of people can be seen flocking around the temple.

# 1 St Peter’s Basilica
The Papal Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican, or also St. Peter’s Basilica is a church built during the Italian Renaissance in Vatican City within Rome. St Peter’s is regarded as one of the holiest shrines in Catholicism. It is said to be the burial place of St Peter, one of Jesus Christ’s apostles as well as the first Pope. Since the Pope resides in Vatican City, this church draws in a huge amount of visitors every year, from anywhere between 15,000 to 80,000 people. The complex has heights of 448 feet and a length of 730 feet.

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No 1 : the Sistine chapel.
The chapel got its name from Pope Sixtus IV, and was restored from the old Cappella Magna between the year 1477 and 1480. Many people everyday come from around the world to admire the famous paintings don by Michelangelo. He started of in the year 1508. It took him in total 4 years to finish the painting on the ceiling. To find it you have to stand in the saint Peters square facing the saint Peters church. There on the right hand side (next to the church) you can find the Sistine chapel. To enter the Sistine chapel, you have to go first through the Vatican museums. It is probably the most famous building in the Vatican city. Today it is used for the Papal conclave. In which the new pope is elected.

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Places to Visit in Rome | Things To Do in Rome (2018)

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to see all the top tourist attractions in Rome in a few days or even a few months. Wise travelers won’t even attempt to see everything in one trip. So In this video, we will show you top 10 places to visit in Rome, Italy

1. Colosseum / Roman Forum / Palatine Hill
The Colosseum has been a symbol of ancient Rome since it was completed in 80 AD, Coliseum is today the most recognizable of Rome's Classical buildings.

2. St. Peter's Basilica
St. Peter's Basilica, is a large church in the Vatican City, in Rome. It is the most the prominent building in the Vatican City.

3. Vatican Museum & Sistine Chapel
The Vatican Museums are full of artistic and historical treasures by some of the world's greatest artists. Inside you’ll find epoch-defining masterpieces from Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, and Caravaggio.

4. Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain is known as one of the most stunning fountains in the world. No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the Fontana di Trevi.

5. The Pantheon
The Pantheon is a former Roman temple, now a church, in Rome.
It is a Roman temple dedicated to all the gods of pagan Rome.

6. Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome and is renowned for its stunning Baroque fountains. The main attraction of Piazza Navona is the trio of fountains that adorn the square.

7. Spanish Steps
The Spanish steps were built in 1723-1725. The Spanish steps unique design and elegance has made it a popular place for artists, painters, and poets.

8. Castel Sant'Angelo National Museum large collection of historic weapons and armor displayed in the museum. Built-in 123 - 139 AD

9. Altare Della Patria
Altar of the Fatherland' is the largest national monument in Italy.
built between 1885-1925 to honor Victor Emmanuel II.

10. Mouth of Truth
The mouth of Truth is a tall stone disc carved with a humanoid face that has holes for eyes and a gaping mouth.

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Here is a look at the TOP 20 must-see tourist attractions in Rome. The city is one of the best places to visit in Italy, Rome is the third most visited city in the EU, attracting 8-10 million tourists a year. This short travel video guides you through the main attractions in Rome from the well-known Colosseum to Ostia Antica.

Our video comprises four main parts: 1. Attractions in Vatican City, 2. Attractions in the Historic Centre of Rome as regards the 15th-19th century, 3. Attractions in the historic centre as regards the ancient history, 4. Attractions outside the historic centre.

St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City is the largest Christian church in the world. Have a look at Michelangelo’s Pietà, a Renaissance masterpiece in Carrara marble and the other famous Baroque works of Bernini, like the 30 metres tall baldacchino. Don’t miss climbing up to the 136 m tall cupola, you will have the best panorama of Rome!

Trevi Fountain, the largest Baroque fountain in the city, is one of the well-known sights. Spanish Steps with Piazza di Spagna is a great example of Roman Baroque Style and a renowned meeting place.

The Pantheon, former Roman temple, is a famous symbol of Rome. Piazza Navona is one of Rome's liveliest squares, with many outdoor cafes and restaurants and 3 famous Baroque fountains.

Behind the Capitoline Hill there are numerous ancient sites, including the Imperial Forums and the Forum Romanum, and there stands the most iconic symbol of Rome, the Colosseum.

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Italy is home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Travel to Italy to experience great cities of art, are world famous and have been attracting visitors for centuries. Besides art, trip to Italy also features beautiful coasts, alpine lakes and mountains. Everything together, has made Italy travel as one among the most visited country in the world.
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Hi Guys thank you so much for watching our series of VLOGS about Rome and the Vatican. Most people tend to ignore the fact that the Vatican is its own country, treating it as if it were simply an area of Italy, well it isn´t. The Vatican is one of the richest and most powerful countries on earth, a place with a rich history and that has some of the biggest collections of art in the history of mankind. This time around I'm taking you on a journey through the Vatican´'s main attractions including the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica (including the rooftop of the basilica), the Vatican museums, the history and the most famous pieces of art of this unique country. I hope you enjoy it, holy regards

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Rome, the city where hope springs eternal. It is a city that is proud of its ancient glorious heritage, the centre of a civilization that once expanded its empire throughout Europe, Africa and Asia. Rome is a city drenched in history and Christianity. First-time visitors may be easily overwhelmed by all this magnificent city has to offer. After all, one can find history and art on almost every street corner. That’s why visitors may want to do their homework to narrow down what they want to see and do before they get on a plane bound for the Italian capital.

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Colosseum
The Roman Colosseum is a demonstration of the structural abilities of the old Roman individuals and offers knowledge into the way of life that praised the fighter recreations at this gigantic stimulation field. The primary bleeding battle resulted in A.D. 82, beginning a convention of fights amongst men and mammoths in an open discussion with group achieving 50,000. Outside of the Colosseum, pay special mind to the photograph opportunity underneath the Arch of Constantine, which was implicit 315 to celebrate the triumph of Constantine over Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maxentius. To keep away from long lines, arrange tickets online early - they're useful for 2 continuous days and incorporate admission to the adjacent Forum and Palatine Hill.

Roman Forum
In antiquated Rome, the Forum was the focal point of city life, playing host to celebrations, festivities, funerals and customs. The city developed around this lush range that was vacant marshland until the seventh century B.C. The range lost its gloss and tumbled to squander around the eighth century and remained that path until unearthings in the mid twentieth century. Today, you can get a guide for an independently directed voyage through the structures and curves or join a visit bunch for a more nitty gritty history of the range. At that point move to the highest point of Palatine Hill for clearing perspectives of the city.

Pantheon

Rome's sanctuary to the divine beings is surprisingly in place, an awesome accomplishment considering that it was initially developed in 27 B.C. what's more, was later modified in the mid second century A.D. after flame harm. A holy place was later included for Christian love after the nation surrendered its agnostic divine beings. After the Renaissance, the Pantheon went up against yet another part as an assigned tomb for a portion of the city's specialists and world class including the painter Raphael and previous rulers of Italy. The Pantheon's engineering has roused copycats around the world with its tall segments coming to toward the sky, far reaching inside and amazing arch with the sun radiating through the oculus, a 27-foot gap in the focal point of the rotunda.

Vatican City

Despite the fact that it's situated in Rome, Vatican City has been a free state since 1929 with its own banner, coins and stamps. It even has its own civilian army, the Swiss Guard, which ensures this express, the Pope and the 800 full-time subjects and going to occupants. The main noteworthy site is St. Diminish's Square itself outlined by Bernini in the late seventeenth century. For whatever length of time that you're dressed suitably (no exposed shoulders or shorts or skirts over the knee), you may enter St. Subside's Basilica and see Michelangelo's Pietá, a stunningly delightful and miserable model. Proceed up to the rooftop where you can take in the perspective of the vast square and city past. Likewise contained in the Vatican's dividers, the Vatican Museums hold Italian perfect works of art, including Michelangelo's painted roof at the Sistine Chapel.

Piazza Navona

Rome is known for lovely and beguiling squares fixed with eateries and outdoors bistros. The loveliest of them all is the vast open square at Piazza Navona, once the site of brandishing occasions at Domitian's stadium in A.D. 89. The square contains 3 wellsprings, and the biggest and most critical is Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers with each of the 4 statues speaking to a waterway from various landmasses.

Trevi Fountain

Explorers' legend records different explanations behind tossing 3 coins in the wellspring at the sublime Trevi.

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