The most outstanding Renaissance building and the largest church in the world, the most sacred site of the Catholic Church. I arrived before 9 o'clock in the morning. I wanted to go into the church and take a closer look. As a result, because it was a weekend, the tourists had already lined up almost around the square in the early morning, so they had to give up and take pictures outside... ..
The largest church in the world! Sure enough, the exquisite carvings inside and the majestic buildings outside are breathtaking! Walking inside the church, you can feel the solemnity in the air. If you can, it is highly recommended to buy a fast customs clearance in advance, which can save a lot of time in queuing!
I will recommend pre buying Skip the line tickets so you don't spend a huge amount of time in the queue. What I did was to buy the audio guide. All you need is to either pre buy it or buy the access on the spot. You will need to download the app, put your access code, download the audio guide and bring your own headphones. If you don't bring headphones, that's fine too, you can get a pair for 1 euro from the Basilica.
St.Peter’s is the world’s largest Basilica of Christianity, nested into the heart of the Vatican city. It was consecrated in 1626. The positioning of most of the interior furnishing of the Basilica was assigned to Bernini by his untiring pope Urbano VIII Barberini. Inside the Basilica are numerous and priceless art pieces kept in the 45 altars and 11 chapels.