Once we got into Rome, we walked just about everywhere. This is what we do on most of our trips unless we absolutely have to get somewhere too far away to walk. I found Rome to be a very easy city to walk in. There are only a few hills, but the majority of sites are located on a flatter part of the city. I was surprised at how compact everything...more
Bus number 64 is the one we used to go to Vatican. We took it on Termini station and has few stops before arrive. Careful because pickpockets used to go on this bus. El autobus num 64 es el que va al Vaticano desde Termini, nosotras lo cogimos alli. Hay que gastar cuidado porque en este autobus suelen ir bastantes carteristas.more
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...more
After the metro closes at night, taxis are the only option to get out of the Vatican if you don't want to walk all the way back to Rome at night. A ride from the Vatican to Rome Termini station is about 8 Euros. I shared a cab with someone who also needed a ride to Termini so we paid 4 Euros each.more
Vatican City is in Rome, so you can use any Roman mode of transportation to get there. Note that I do mean "get there" - once you are in Vatican City, you'll walk.
To see how to arrive by...