The Vatican church is Saint Peter’s Basilica. It is located right in the Saint Peter’s square where everyday thousands of tourists gather to visit the smallest independent country in the world.
Entrance to St. Peter’s Cathedral is free, but there are long queues. Its opening hours are from 7 am to 5 pm, except Wednesday and Sunday. However, on Wednesday you can visit the basilica starting from noon. There are metal detectors before the entrance. Moreover, you can easily skip the line until 8 am because there are almost no queues.
The dome of the cathedral is Rome’s highest viewing platform. You can buy the ticket right before climbing there. The price is 8 euro by foot and 10 euro with the use of an elevator. Also, you can get to the dome only from the cathedral. In the afternoon there can be a queue of up to 30 minutes of waiting.
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