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Vatican Travel Guides

The State of the Vatican City is undeniably a unique place to visit and one which has accrued several records. As a matter of fact, it is an independent nation with the smallest number of inhabitants, and it is the smallest nation in terms of size. These features combined place the Vatican City in third place in terms of population density after the Principality of Monaco and Singapore.

Geopolitically speaking, it is an enclave located inside the Italian Republic. It shares the same official language as Italy, Italian; an exception is made for the Holy Seat, the residence of the Pope, monarch of the state and highest authority of Catholicism, where the official language is Latin.
It is important to highlight the immeasurable artistic and cultural depth of this small patch of land; within its borders, masterpieces of humanity are preserved, such as St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel which houses Michelangelo Buonarroti's marvellous frescos, and the many splendid pieces which make the Vatican Museums one of the most visited destinations in Italy.

Avventure Bellissime wanted to create a series of tour guides for the Vatican, which collect information and advice which are extremely useful on monuments, cycles of paintings and the architectural merits of the territory, including specific details, such as the opening times of the exhibition spaces or the dress code of each place. Gather your information before travelling. Check our travel guides for the Vatican!