The Sistine Chapel is one of the treasures of the Vatican, and it is home a grand fresco by the king of Renaissance painting: Michelangelo. In it you can see the famous image of the Creation on Man surrounded by endless allegorical frescoes. It was built between the years 1471 and 1484 by Pope Sixtus IV and has a height of around 20 meters. To get there, you can first visit the Vatican Museums. It is often crowded (especially those who want to see the Chapel, ignoring the rest of the museum) so the journey can be tedious, and the crowding inside the chapel probably makes you want to leave as soon as possible.