Summary. We visited all the major attractions, as a total atheists heard the Italian mass in the middle of Vatican square (we didn’t understand a word, of course), weaved to Pope (from distance he looks like an awesome guy)… used a bus without buying a ticket, our mornings started with a cup of energetic machiato, we tested special pizzas and ate an ice cream for € 8 (shock). Joyful 😃
Well, of course, a word or two with regard to the rest of…
Rome has two airports, the main Fiumicino and smaller Ciampino, we arrived on the first, which is approximately 30 km from the town centre. The best and cheapest connection with the city (railway station Termini) are shuttle services. The return ticket cost € 8. But you can also choose between slower train and sinfully expensive taxi.
Our European tour continues – slowly but steadily. After last year’s visit to London, Paris and Barcelona, this time, we choose the Eternal City, the capital of Italy – Rome. They say that this is a city and a museum in one… if this is true, we will definitely tell you. We are already looking forward to seeing all architectural and other magnificent achievements.
That would be the capital of Italy even more special, makes the Roman Catholic Church. Amazed? In the heart of Rome is located the smallest independent state in the world, Vatican City respectively for some – Holy See. For good recognisability thereof, from year to year more and more concern Pope Francis, who is at his tender age of 80, completely modernised. He started using social networks such as Instagram and he regularly