Train travel in Vatican City

A guide to Vatican City for train travellers

CapitalVatican City
LanguagesLatin, Italian
Population825 (2019)
Dialing code+379
Vatican City, the smallest independent state in the world, is known for its rich religious and cultural heritage. The capital, Vatican City itself, is home to iconic landmarks such as St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel, adorned with Michelangelo's masterpieces. While Vatican City does not have a railway system due to its small size, it is easily accessible by foot from various points in Rome, Italy. Visitors can explore the Vatican's art treasures, attend Papal audiences or masses, and enjoy the serene atmosphere of this historic enclave. Vatican City's cultural and spiritual significance, combined with its compact size, makes it a unique and must-visit destination for those exploring Rome and its surrounding areas.

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