As we already know,Vatican City is a city-state surrounded by Rome and is one of the six European microstates. Although to get there, the easiest thing is to get to Rome (Italy), and a few steps from the city center, across the river, you reach the Vatican City.
Last time I visited Rome, I included on the AT29’s video the Vatican City.
On this trip, we decided to go back to the Vatican City and get to see new spots: Vatican Museums and obviously, Sistine Chapel.
Before arriving in Rome, we decided to get tickets online for the museums, especially because we were visiting in the middle of Summer when everything gets double the people. We only needed to follow instructions of where to meet and the time. Way better than arriving and having to do the very long lines to get tickets.
We walked by the museums, by those hallways with amazing details that you cannot miss, and a bit annoying during Summer time. Lots and lots of people. We tried to see as much as we could until we reached the Sistine Chapel – once there, we cannot take photos or videos.
Here it is a 360º from the Maps Gallery in the museums. Remember they are videos that you can move around to see everything.
One thing to remember, even if it’s super hot, you need to cover yourself when visiting the Vatican, especially the St. Peter’s Basilica.
Here’s another video in 360º inside the Basilica.