The Sistine Chapel is certainly one of the most famous places in the Vatican City, not far from the centre of Rome. If you spend a few days in Rome you can’t miss a visit to the Vatican and the treasures that are inside, including the Sistine Chapel of course! Unfortunately, being inside the Vatican walls, the Sistine Chapel is not accessible by car, and the only alternative is to park in Rome near the Vatican City. If you don't know the city well and don't know where to park in Rome, Parclick can help you by offering you the chance to book a car park in Rome online, where you can leave your car without worrying. Our car parks are mostly very cheap in Rome, and you can book them in advance without complications, so you can find a reserved parking space on your arrival and save both time and money.
Making a parking reservation in Rome with Parclick allows you to avoid limited traffic zones, traffic jams and all the stress that searching for a parking space on the street can cause in such a large city. With Parclick you can park at the Sistine Chapel with ease, and leave your car safe throughout your stay in Rome, in one of our long-stay car parks in Rome.
Rome has an excellent public transport network, so after leaving your vehicle in a car park in Rome that you booked online with Parclick, you can quickly reach all the points of interest in Rome, such as the historic centre or of course the beautiful Sistine Chapel. In this case, the nearest metro station to the Vatican is the Ottaviano stop, through which line A passes, which can also take you to the Piazza del Popolo square, the Villa Borghese gardens, the Piazza di Spagna square, the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma opera house, the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele square and even the Roma Termini Station. Parking near the Sistine Chapel is convenient and practical with Parclick, so don't waste time during your trip to Rome. Book your parking space in advance and visit the Sistine Chapel and all the wonders of the Vatican City, such as the nearby St. Peter's Basilica, in St. Peter's Square.
The Sistine Chapel was built between 1475 and 1481 at the request of Pope Sixtus IV, from whom its name comes from. The incredible fame and importance of the Sistine Chapel, is due to the wonderful paintings by Michelangelo Buonarroti that decorate it, namely the famous Last Judgment and the Creation of Adam.
The Sistine Chapel is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and inside you can also admire the masterpieces of the greatest Italian artists of the fifteenth century, including Botticelli, Perugino and Ghirlandaio.
The Sistine Chapel is part of the Vatican Museums, where it is also possible to admire many other treasures accumulated by the church and the popes over the centuries.
Of incredible artistic and cultural value, the Sistine Chapel is also the place where the cardinals close for the conclave.
Visiting the Sistine Chapel is a unique opportunity and experience! Don't ruin it just because you can’t find a parking space near the Vatican! Look at the Parclick map and book your parking space in Rome now to visit the beauties of the Eternal City and of course the Sistine Chapel.