One of the biggest things that draw people into Rome is the presence of the Vatican City. It is, of course, technically not part of Italy because it is the world’s smallest sovereign state, but historically, this seat of the Roman Catholic Church is part and parcel of the Eternal City. A lot of our customers at Tour Italy ask us for tips on how to go to and around the Vatican, so we really hope this article does not disappoint. Getting there By metro – One of the easiest ways to get to the Vatican City is by taking the Metropolitana or the Rome metro. The two nearest stations to it are the Ottaviano Station along Via Ottaviano and the Cipro Station along the Valle Aurelia. The former is nearer Basilica di San Pietro (St. Peter’s Basilica), and the latter is also a good option to alight from if […]
The trip was outstanding!
The trip was outstanding! We had great weather and saw so much in the 12 days. The local tour company was excellent. The tour guides were also excellent The Vatican, Florence, Venice and Positano were our favorites. Thanks for everything.
Mike Carbray (Hamdem, CT)
Discover Italy Tour, October 2015