If you want to go on a spiritual and cultural journey, visiting Vatican City and exploring Rome in Italy is the best way. You can enjoy different sights while leisurely walking between different places. Let’s explore how much we can see Vatican City in 4 days.
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Spend the first two days of the trip exploring the gorgeous monuments, churches, and other sights of the Vatican. The St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Necropolis, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museum, Vatican Palace, the Colosseum, and Museo Chiaramonti. Art lovers can feast their eyes on Cappella Niccolina, the Raphael Rooms, and Appartamento Borgia in the Vatican Museum. End the evening with a light stroll in Saint Peter’s Square to relax and energize yourselves.
You can explore the precious gems of Rome outside Vatican City on the last two days. The Castel Sant’Angelo is the best place to start, especially to see the last two angels made for the castle. One of them is made by the famous sculptor Raffaello da Montelupo.
Other gorgeous sights you can enjoy here include Piazza Navona, Ponte Sant’Angelo, the Roman Forum, Galleria Borghese, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, the Capitoline Museums, the Baths of Caracalla, the Arch of Constantine, and the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument. To sample regional cheese and meats, you should also explore the Campo de’Fiori market. The Basilica di San Giovanni is a great place to end your spiritual and cultural visit to Vatican City and Rome.
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Visiting Vatican City and exploring Rome will let you enjoy some of the region’s best culture, art, and architecture. So stop waiting and start planning the next trip with Travel-Wise.