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Tour to vatican

Tour to vatican



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    Tour to vatican Tour to vatican Presentation Transcript

      1 DEC TO 8 DEC
    • Entrance Of Vatican City
    • Transportation
      Reservation– I reserve the flight in FinnairAirlines,in advance so that it cost me low.
      Tickets- Total cost of tickets will be Rs.35,963 (including all the taxes) for both going and return.
      From Ldh to Delhi airport charges- Rs 195 (ldh to kashmiri gate) and Rs 20 (delhi bus stand to Airport).
    • At Rome
      From Rome airport ,Vatican City is 2.76 km apart.
      There is a fix rate (by law!) for FCO Airport-City (anywhere within the walls!): This is 40 Euros.
      1.00 EUR = 60.8444 INR
      From Rome airport to hotel Cressy taxi fares – Rs 2434 approx
      Hotel room rent-- Rs 1692.
      Hotel Facilities- Air-Conditioned Rooms Restaurants Beauty Salon Banquet & Conference Facilities Business Centre Wireless Internet Laundry Service Safety Deposit Boxes Disabled Facilities.
      Rent also covers the charges of food.
    • Quick Facts About Vatican city
      Government Theocracy/ elective monarchy
      Currency euro (EUR)
      Area 0.44 sq km
      Population 821 (July 2007 est.)
      Language Latin (official), Italian(official)
      Religion Roman Catholic (100% and official)
      Electricity 230V/50Hz (European or Italian plug)
      Calling Code +39 Internet TLD .va
      Time Zone UTC +1
    • Map of Vatican City
    • About Vatican City
      The Vatican sits on a low hill between 19 m and 75 m above sea level. With a boundary only 3.2 km around, the enclosed land area is smaller than some shopping malls. However the buildings are far more historic and architecturally interesting. When talking about terrian, most of the country's area is the vatican gardens .
      Although 1000 people live within Vatican City, many dignitaries, priests, nuns, guards, and 3,000 lay workers live outside the Vatican. Officially, there are about 800 citizens making it the smallest nation in demographic size on the globe. The Vatican even fields a soccer team composed of the Swiss Guard who hold dual citizenship.
    • With 109 acres (44 hectares) within its walls, the Vatican is easily traveled by foot; however, most of this area is inaccessible to tourists. The most popular areas open to tourists are the Basilica of St. Peter and the Vatican Museums.
    • Currency
      Vatican City currency — Euro (€)
    • Food
    • Tourist Attractions
      The Holy See
      The term "Holy See" refers to the composite of the authority, jurisdiction, and sovereignty vested in the Pope and his advisers to direct the worldwide Roman Catholic Church. As the "central government" of the Roman Catholic Church, the Holy See has an authoritative legal standing that allows it to enter into treaties as the juridical equal of a state and to send and receive diplomatic representatives
    • Papal Audience
      If you are interested in attending a general Papal audience, they are held in St. Peter's Square, the Paul VI Hall (Aula Nervi), or in Saint Peter's Basilica
      : A ticket - always free of charge - is required for attending the General Audience on Wednesday mornings or other papal ceremonies. They are issued by the Prefecture of the Papal Household reached by way of the Bronze Door. The office is open Mondays from 9:00 to 13:00 and Tuesdays from 9:00 to 18:00.
    • Saint Peter's Basilica
      The Basilica is open every day from 7.00 to 19.00, April to September and from 7.00 to 18.00, October to March. To preserve the sacred character of the church, groups consisting of more than five members and accompanied by a guide are  kindly requested to use "audio-guides" which can be rented at the entrance to the Basilica. Proper dress is required for admission to the Basilica.
    • Saint Peter's Square
      You have seen it on the evening news but it will seem even grander when you explore it on your own. Designed by Bernini and completed in the 17th century, the square is dramatic and impressive. However, it is just the start of an unforgettable day of touring the Vatican.
    • The Vatican Museums
      The Treasury is open from 9.00 to 18:15, April to September and from 9.00 to 17.15, October to March. The entrance is from inside St. Peter’s Basilica.
    • The Vatican Gardens
      The Vatican Gardens can be visited only through guided tours organized by the Guided Tours Office of the Vatican Museums. Tours depart from the Vatican Museums. Entrance to the Gardens is denied to persons not properly dressed.
    • Weather Conditions
    • Total Expenses
      Air Fares– Rs 35963
      Hotel rent- Rs 13536
      Transportation-Ldh to delhiRs 195
      up to airport Rs 20
      Rome airport to hotel Rs 2434
      Food- Rs 2500
      Miscexp- Rs 5000
      Total = Rs 59648