Horse & Carriage, Vatican City

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    by hopang Updated Aug 5, 2009

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    Horse-drawn carriage is a popular means of transportation along with the mini trains for local and foreign tourists in the streets of the city of Vatican! Even though Vatican City has a total area of only approximately 110 acres and is the smallest country in the world, you may still relax and take the slow moving horse-drawn carriage to view the colourful streets and lovely architectural buildings of the city.

    These horse-drawn carriages are stationed on the eastern end of St Peters Square opposite St. Peter's Basilica. You may even take the horse-drawn carriage from Vatican City to tour parts of the city of Rome if you think there is not much more to see in the Vatican City!

    A horse-drawn carriage at St. Peters Square A horse carriage at St. Peters Square
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