Europe is home to an array of cultural history and breathtaking architecture, most of which is captured through the continent\u2019s vast collection of places of worship. That\u2019s why today, we\u2019ve rounded up 3 that we consider being absolute must-sees, covering world-renowned buildings across some of Europe\u2019s most famous cities.\r\n\r\n \tTrain Transport Is The Eco-Friendly Way To Travel. This article is written to educate about Train Travel by Save A Train, The Cheapest Train Tickets Website In The World.\r\n\r\n \r\n1. St Peter\u2019s Basilica, Vatican City\r\nLocated inside the walls of the world\u2019s smallest nation, Vatican City, St Peter\u2019s Basilica is undoubtedly one of civilization's greatest feats of architecture and art. Now a major attraction drawing 10 million visitors a year, this stunning structure overlooks St Peter\u2019s Square and boasts an opulent combination of historic art, marble columns and an iconic mosaic-lined dome designed by Michelangelo (which you can climb to the top of, should you dare to take on the 491 steps along the way!).\r\n\r\nAlthough this is such a popular spot among tourists, there is still a strict dress code enforced that you should be aware of before visiting. You must wear long trousers (meaning no shorts, regardless of how hot that Italian sun is), with women permitted to wear skirts longer than knee length. Shoulders must also be covered by all genders at all times.\r\n\r\nSt Peter\u2019s Basilica is open daily from 7am-7pm in April to September and 7am-6pm from October to March. Entry is free (although there are admission fees for ticketed sections, such as St Peter\u2019s Treasury and St Peter\u2019s Dome), however, be aware that the queues can be long, due to the airport-style scanners and security you have to pass through first.\r\n\r\nMilan to Rome Trains\r\n\r\nFlorence to Rome Trains\r\n\r\nPisa to Rome Trains\r\n\r\nNaples to Rome Trains\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n2. Sultan Ahmed Mosque (The Blue Mosque), Istanbul \r\nLocated in Turkey\u2019s transcontinental city, Istanbul, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is commonly referred to as The Blue Mosque because of its unique blue interior. Built by the Ottoman sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1616, this impressive structure acts as both a major tourist attraction and an active place of worship, meaning the mosque is closed to non-worshipers during the five daily prayers - praying times can be checked here before you visit.\r\n\r\nThere is a strict dress code that all visitors must adhere to before entering the mosque. Firstly, shoes must be removed and placed in the clear plastic bag provided by the mosque free of charge - you then have the option to leave your shoes in a cubby hole or carry the bag with you. When it comes to your clothing, men should opt for loose clothes and ensure their legs are covered, avoiding items such as vests and shorts. Women should also wear loose-fitting clothing, while ensuring their arms, legs, and hair are covered at all points. This means that women are expected to wear a headscarf when inside and, as this may be a new concept for many non-Muslim Western visitors, we recommend learning how to correctly wear this modest clothing essential before you travel.\r\n\r\nEntry is free (although a small donation to contribute to the general upkeep of the building is encouraged upon exit) and, once inside, photography with flash is permitted, meaning you\u2019re free to take plenty of snaps of the mosque\u2019s impressive interior. Naturally, it goes without saying, that as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is still an active place of worship, be sure to remain quiet and respectful of both the building and any worshipers during your visit.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n3. La Sagrada Familia Basilica, Barcelona \r\nLa Sagrada Familia Basilica has become an iconic Spanish landmark, despite the fact the building is still under construction - although work started in 1882, it\u2019s currently not expected to be completed until 2026! Nonetheless, this semi-complete Roman Catholic church is already an architectural masterpiece, making it an indisputable must-see attraction for visitors from across the globe.\r\n\r\nOpen to churchgoers and visitors since the 19th century, La Sagrada Familia Basilica receives 4.5 million visitors every year and now operates a ticketed entry system as a result -\u00a0 these are available to buy online up to two months before the date of your visit. These tickets work on fixed entry times as a means of reducing overcrowding, however, once you\u2019re inside you\u2019re free to spend as long as you\u2019d like admiring the impressive interior. We recommend allowing at least 2 hours to properly take in this architectural wonder. For visitors looking to attend a church service, mass is held at 9am every Sunday and 8pm every Saturday, lasting 1 hour and being conducted in several languages.\r\n\r\nLa Sagrada Familia Basilica officially implements the standard dress code for Roman Catholic churches, however, this doesn\u2019t tend to be as strictly enforced as it is at the Sultan Ahmed Mosque or St Peter\u2019s Basilica. This being said, it\u2019s still our recommendation to follow this dress code whenever possible, meaning you should remove any headwear upon entry, wear appropriate upper body clothing that covers your shoulders, back, and midriff and wear legwear that covers below the thigh.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nEurope is home to many beautiful places of worship that truly encapsulate the unrivaled power of architecture and religious inspiration. To see these spots first-hand, travel the continent by train and book with Save A Train to leave no stone upturned\u00a0across Europe\u2019s many sights and attractions.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nDo you want to embed our blog post "3 Of Europe's Must-See Places Of Worship" onto your site? You can either take our photos and text and give us credit with a link to this blog post. 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