Vatican City is the capital of the Catholic world and is located at the top of the Vatican hill. Although it was only recognized as a state in 1929, the Vatican has a reputation for centuries. It is one of the areas of Rome that tourists visit more often. As a result, you are more likely to find a tourist than one of the 800 citizens of the state. Also, if you ever learned Latin at school, you can finally use it in the Vatican, since it is the official language along with Italian.
Head to the world-famous St. Peter’s Basilica, crossing the homonymous square with its countless pilgrims. You can even climb the dome of the church, designed by the Italian sculptor, painter and architect Michael Angelo, and enjoy the stunning views.
You must remember that there are strict dressing rules for those inside the temple. Your shoulders should be covered and you should not wear a hat.If you violate the rules, the Swiss Guard will deal with the issue. Finally, do not forget to go to the Vatican Museum, where you can go to the Sistina Chapel.