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If you don't book online or you don't take a paid tour, you will be in line for an hour or more. It is crowded, watch for thieves, they love crowds. although it's gotten safer on the last years. Drink water , buy from vendors...More
Our tour guide recommended that we climb to the top of the dome after our tour of the Vatican museums. There are 550 steps but you can cut most of these out if you take the lift (€10 for the lift, €8 if you go...More
Well I had to title it that didn't I? Believing in Led Zeppelin as a mystical higher power....
Anyway, did this after a guided tour of the impressive but rather same-y after a couple of hours. This finished in st peters basilica, which is big...More
They aren’t kidding when they recommend this for able bodied people. It’s a heck of a climb, with narrow passages and a vertigo inducing view.
It is absolutely worth the climb to see out across the city of Rome.
It’s astounding to think about the...More
Take the elevator up part way, there you are inside the dome looking down at the tiny little people on floor. Then you head to the 300+ stairs. There are ramps, wide stairs, tight spiral staircases (one with a rope down through the center to...More
I can not tell you how many stairs I climbed in Rome, nor will i remember all of them, but i will never forget the St. Peter's Dome climb. Do it. You will not regret it. Our group was aged 24-76 and we all loved...More