Category: Classic sights
We assess the pros and cons of paying guides to take you round the Vatican (and other sites), and give you tips to find a good company to do so.
Trying to work out the difference between the Colosseum, the Forum, and the Palatine Hill can be confusing. This is brief overview of each one to help you understand the difference between these three iconic sights of Rome, and the best way to visit.
The further you get from the dome, the bigger it gets! This amazing view of St Peter’s is from the residential street of Via Niccolò Piccolomini.
To clear up any confusion we first need to define some terminology: Vatican City Vatican City is a city-state with clearly defined borders. It is an independent country surrounded by Italy, and presided over by the Holy See (the Catholic
The “Rome Tourist Card” is a fantastic, downloadable package that combines preferential skip the line tickets, discounts, an airport transfer, and a hop-on-hop-off bus ticket in Rome.