The Vatican Museums are made up of 26 museums in all, and display some dazzling exhibits occupying a staggering five miles of wall space which will literally take days or even weeks to explore all.
The Sistine Chapel is one of the most famous painted interior spaces in the world, and it is the official residence of the Pope.
The square is also known as Piazza San Pietro, and is located right infront of the famed basilica.
St Peter's Basilica is one of the most famous churches in Christendom. Stuffed with priceless treasures, inlaid marble and lavishly decorated, it took over 120 years to fully complete the church.
The gardens are laid out in three styles, Vatican, English and Italian. They date back to the medieval times!
Castle Sant Angelo is the tomb of the former emperor Hadrian and provides the perfect insight on the history of Rome in one go.