The Vatican, like any forbidden fruit, attracts with its inaccessibility. If you still do not know, then not everyone is allowed to enter this smallest state in the world. And even more so, tourists are only allowed into a couple of places specially open for visiting.
Visit St. Peter's Basilica To do this, you need to queue up at St. Peter's Square. The entrance for all tourists is free. If you want to climb the dome of the cathedral, you need to pay 5 euros for self-climbing or 7 euros for operating the elevator.
Visit the Vatican Museum To do this, you also need to queue up at St. Peter's Square. Every last Sunday of the month, entrance to the museum is free. But keep in mind that there will be an order of magnitude more people. The ticket price is 14 euros.
Approach the Vatican Guards and tell them: "Campo Santo Teutonico". Thus, you made it clear to him that you want to go to the Teutonic cemetery. Since 1450 pilgrims from Dutch and German speaking countries have the right to be buried here. This tradition has been preserved to this day: if the inhabitants of Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg or Liechtenstein died in Rome, then they have the right to be buried in the Teutonic cemetery.
on a tour of the Vatican Gardens. To do this, you must submit an application to Ufficio Informazioni Pellegrini e Turisti, located in St. Peter's Square. Guided tours take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and cost 10 euros.