Vatican: St. Peter's Square Webcam


Vatican: St. Peter's Square

Category:  Sights

Welcome to the ancient and immeasurably beautiful St. Peter's Square. The heart of Catholicism, Vatican City, is a city-state at the heart of Rome in Italy. St. Peter's Square is the large plaza that sits directly in front of St. Peter's Basilica, one of the holiest sites for Catholics. From this feed, you can watch as crowds move through the square, and the sun passes over the 17th-century architecture. As the sun sets, the square is dipped into darkness until all that is left is St. Peter's Basilica's bell tower.

Available 24 hours a day, this live feed is best viewed during daytime hours when copious sunlight allows clear viewing. 1080p HD means you will have a crystal clear view of the ancient location. The webcam is equipped with audio that will enable you to hear the bells of St. Peter's Basilica when they are rung on the hour or during special ceremonies. You can rewind the feed up to twelve hours to see what the crowds are like or to commemorate a holy event.