Travel to Vatican City ?

One of the European countries that isn’t covered with EU RLAH rule and could get you really high charges is Vatican City.

Therefore, EU phone users in Vatican will still be subject to roaming charges when they are in Vatican City (there are operators which did exceptions but it must be checked).

CurrencyEuro * Capital: Vatican * Population: 825 * Calling code+379

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The Vatican City State, also known as the Holy See, is a small city-state in the heart of Rome, Italy. It is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors every year. As the Vatican is a sovereign city-state, it has its own mobile operators and telecommunications infrastructure.

Mobile operators in the Vatican City State include the Italian companies TIM and Vodafone, as well as the international operator Orange. Tourists can buy SIM cards from these operators at their respective stores in Rome or at convenience stores such as Tabacchi. It is also possible to purchase a pre-paid SIM card upon arrival at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport. The average price for a prepaid SIM card is around €15-€20, which includes a certain amount of data and calls. travel to vatican city

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Vatican Tourism

Tourism is a major industry in the Vatican City State, with millions of visitors every year. The most popular tourist attraction is St. Peter’s Basilica, which is considered one of the largest and most beautiful churches in the world. Other popular tourist destinations include the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and the Papal Palace. In terms of accommodation, the Vatican City State does not have any hotels, but there are plenty of hotels in Rome that are just a short distance away. The average hotel price in Rome ranges from €70 to €150 per night, depending on the location and standard of the hotel.

There are no airports in the Vatican City State and no airlines based there, but there are several airports in Rome that are easily accessible from the city-state. The most convenient airport is the Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, which is located about 25 km from the center of Rome and offers international and domestic flights to destinations all over the world.

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