St. Peter's Square

Type
Attraction, Cultural, Historic
Description
The entire Vatican State is acknowledged as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1984. The main tourist attractions in the Vatican are: St. Peter's basilica, St. Peter's Square, The Vatican Museums and the Vatican gardens. The entrance to the Basilica and Square are free of charge. Please note that visitors are asked to dress appropriately when entering the church.

There are five entrances to Vatican City; Many Visitors start their Vatican tour at St Peter's square. The best way to get to the Vatican from Rome's historical center is through Ponte St. Angelo. The entrance to the Vatican Museums is on Viale Vaticano.

According to Catholic tradition, St. Peter was martyred in Rome in the first century AD. In The Statue depicting St. Peter him in St Peter's square you can notice that he is holding a set of keys- the keys to the kingdom of heaven. The keys to the kingdom of heaven have become the emblem of the Holy See (the Vatican). In the Roman Catholic Church it is believed that salvation and heaven are only possible through the one true Church- the Roman Catholic Church. With a billion members all over the world, the Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination.
 
Tours
  • The Capitoline Hill
  • Views over the Roman Forum, the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus
  • The Spanish Steps
  • Piazza Navona
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Spectacular views over Rome from the Pincio
  • St. Peter's square
  • Trastevere
Travel through Rome at night and discover sights that inspired famous films such as La Dolce Vita & The Great Beauty.
Language:
English
Max Group Size:
30 people
Minimum Guests:
2 people
  • Colosseum ( no entrance )
  • Spanish Steps
  • St. Peter's Square
  • Piazza Navona
  • Capitoline Hill
This 5 hour private tour by car explores some of the most enchanting and fascinating areas of Rome with the most incredible views.
Language:
English
Max Group Size:
25 people
Minimum Guests:
2 people
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