The must see place to visit in Rome. It's free to get in but expect a queue or visit on an evening when it is less busy. You can do the museums first and then the basilica which is just an awe inspiring place to...More
About Basilica di San Pietro
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I'm not a religious person but what a trip. Incredible history and architecture. The guides are really informative and split you into groups depending on languages spoken (which is handy). I would recommend this trip to everyone.
Expected more, but it was just ok. Might be because we joined the trip to the top, and lost all blood to the head.. lol. Joined mass, and that was an exciting thing. Paintings in ceiling is a must see.
Visited here with my partner. It really is an incredible basilica. I would strongly reccomend to book online to avoid the ques. The architecture within the cathedral is beautiful. The dress code is very strict shoulders and knees must be covered. I would reccomend people...More
The headline might seem boring, but that's what it is. The size of everything just makes it incredible. Definately get the 8 € ticket to the dome elevator (trust me, 360 steps is definately enough for everyone). If you are claustrophobic or otherwise not sure...More
Definitely if taking this in on your trip , buy the tickets for the museum / chapel and hook this on with a guided tour. Definitely recommend the guided tour as you do not have to queue again, and only the guided tours are allowed...More
There is so much in here it is impossible to see it all. I recommend getting a tour because you will never know what you're looking at unless someone is telling you especially with all of the symbolism. This is one of the most incredible...More
Indredibly huge and breathtaking from inside. You might wanna check the opening-hours and if there is any festival taking place, we visited it on Saturday after 1pm. Try to be there at the opening time in order to be first in line. The entrance is...More