We visited the tomb of St. Peter under the main altar in the Basilica. It was one of the most amazing and surprising sites that we had visited in Rome. The tour, guided, starts under the Basilica... See full review on TripAdvisor
This is a huge church and looks like a palace, not a church from the inside. Some of the ceilings are lined with gold. It is a bit overdone.
It seams dedicated to the popes and the Vatican State, not... See full review on TripAdvisor
You could literally spend a whole day here, it is absolutely stunning, worth paying the extra for a guided tour to avoid the long queues. See full review on TripAdvisor
The museum is filled with much great history and art that one can not help but admire all in one setting.
Definitely a must when in Rome and best if joined with the complete tour that includes... See full review on TripAdvisor
Great little museum, 7 euros entrance fee, not allowing to take photos. Rich collections of holy items and wardrobs. Very impressive! See full review on TripAdvisor
This is a journey on its own....visiting this marvelous place is like taking a tour of the chronicle itself.
So one can guess that its not going to be a few hours visit.You need to have ample time... See full review on TripAdvisor
The most important church in the Catholic work is a real masterpiece of Renaissance Architecture. Don´t miss the elaborate Baldacchino and Michelangelo´s Pietà. If you're... See more