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- Piazza Navona
- Spanish Steps
- Campo de' Fiori
- Roman Forum
- Piazza Venezia
- Vatican Museums
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- Piazza del Popolo
- Villa Borghese
- Piazza della Repubblica
- Lido di Ostia
- Gemelli Polyclinic
- Bambino Gesu Hospital
- Piazza Bologna
- University of Roma-La Sapienza
- Piazza di Spagna
- Santa Maria in Trastevere
What you should know about Vatican
Looking for an amazing place to stay in the Vatican, Rome? Then you will love the hand-picked selection of hotels the travel experts at Hotels.com have put together for you. We have worked with the best hotels in Vatican, Rome to bring you a great array of accommodation options, and we have something to suit all types of travelers from large groups of pilgrims to solo sight-seers looking for a lesson in luxury. When you book a place to stay with Hotels.com, you can always book with confidence. That is because we make sure to provide you with all of the information that you need to make the perfect choice for you. We show you photos of each hotel, and also collect reviews from other Hotels.com users who have stayed at the hotel. Famous for its awe-inspiring churches, museums, and unique atmosphere, Vatican City in Rome is an unforgettable place to visit.
What's the Vatican like?
Vatican City is the home of two of the most famous churches in the world. The dome of the Sistine Chapel houses some irreplaceable frescoes by the Italian artist Michelangelo. In St Peter's Basilica, meanwhile, you can see the beautiful Pieta sculpture, also created by Michelangelo. The Vatican, in fact, houses a network of churches and museums ("Musei Vaticani") and touring them all is highly recommended. Make sure to take a look at the Apostolic Palace, too, which is the home of the Pope, and to visit the elegant and spacious Vatican Gardens as well as the ornate St Peter's Square, where people gather to hear the announcement of a new Pope, or to hear current papal speeches.
How to Get Along with Locals in the Vatican
Vatican City is a relatively small place, and getting around on foot is easy. The area is heavily, almost completely, pedestrianized, consisting mainly of piazzas and walkways. So do as the locals do and saunter around on foot. Italian is the main language spoken here (though as the population of the Vatican is composed of clergy, Latin is also spoken fluently by many of the citizens). Learning a few key Italian phrases before you stay at one of our partner hotels in Vatican, Rome, is thus a good idea. "Scusi" (excuse me") is a very useful word to know, for instance, especially if you are threading your way through a crowded piazza or restaurant. The Hotels.com team are experts in visiting Vatican, so look no further if you are seeking a fantastic place to stay here.
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