If you have ever been to Rome, you know there is way too much to see and do. There are amazing popular places such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Popolo, Castel Sant'Angelo, Vatican Museums, the Roman Forum, and so much more. But I think out of all of Rome, my favourite place is atop the Cupola (dome) of the Vatican!
What better way to spend time in Rome than being able to see most of these places from one spot!
For only 5 euros one can walk up the hundreds of stairs to the very top of the Vatican. The neat thing about this spot is that you are literally above everything else in Rome. It is illegal in Rome to build a building that it taller than the Vatican, so from this vantage point, you can see everything. You can see St. Peters Square, the Colosseum, the Vittoriano, Castel Sant'Angleo, and so much more.
While walking up you will also get a great view of the inside of the vatican from a higher perspective.
Here are some photos from on top!
Hey all, Brian here. Welcome to my travel blog. I have had experience traveling around Canada and in Italy so those will be my main topics of interest here. If you ever want to know more about a place, just send me a message and I'll write to you personally about it as well as make a more in depth blog post! Thanks for reading and go travel the world!