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Vatican City | Traveling Easy
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Written by Michela | 23 September, 2011

Finally The Vatican is open to the public gardens of the Pope. In fact now you can visit the park on the edge of a CNG minibuses with low environmental impact, of 28 places, equipped with GPS and a an audio-in 5 Languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish and German).

The initiative was put into the field in collaboration with the RFO Governorate of Vatican City, and enriches the offer of 'Christian Rome'.The cost of the ticket is 12 Euro.

The route winds through caves, fountains, gardens, statue, shrines and archaeological that make the gardens of the Pope, as Cardinal Giovanni Lajolo said, “a place of art, history and nature“. Obviously tutisti visiting the garden can not meet the Pope. Corsican, in fact, take place in the morning, by 8 all 14 E not accomplished on Wednesday (days of the general), Sundays and public holidays. But it also will have access to prohibited in places far simpler, and visitors can enjoy closely at places like Casina Pio IV, the building of the Governorate, the site of Vatican Radio and the railway station and several monuments dedicated to the Virgin Mary including the bronze image of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa that protects the heliport of the Pope.

“We used buses with low environmental impact – Andreatta said Liberius, President of the ORP – putting technology at the service of culture and art but also making sure that the path is also an itinerary of evangelization and represents, in his small, a model of respect for the environment”.