Really good way to get round Rome and know where everything is. Recommend to Anybody who travels to Rome
See more for less money with the combination Roma Pass and City Sightseeing bus tour. This 48-hour ticket allows you to explore Rome with the hop-on, hop-off double decker buses (get on and off as many times as you like). Move through the city at your own pace and use the Roma Pass for skip-the-line access at top sights like the Colosseum.
Use your 48-hour ticket to skip-the-line any day of the week at top landmarks throughout Rome, including the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel. Move between the sights quickly and easily on board a City Sightseeing double-decker bus.
Explore the city at your own pace to see the ruins of the Roman Forum, views from the top of Palatine Hill, and where gladiators fought on the arena floor of the Colosseum.
At the Vatican Museums, wander through the Hall of Maps, the Gallery of Tapestries, and the Raphael Rooms before lingering in the Sistine Chapel with its famous frescoes painted by Michelangelo.
Hop-on and hop-off the double-decker buses as many times as you wish during a 48-hour period.
1 - 5 of 10 reviews
We took à 48 hours pass,you can negootiate the price of the pass do not hesitate,there is not enough bus so that end up of the waiting up to 1hour,even if Roma is a big city there is only 8 stops,but this is sufficient to...More
We booked our tickets in advance of our trip to Rome with a 48 hour pass. It was easy to locate the tour stops and the staff were friendly and pointed you in the right direction.There is also audio facilities on board keeping you updated...More
We bought the tickets before the bus arrived and the person we bought from was gone. The driver said that they didn't have Portuguese audio. It was very frustrating because half of my party didn't speak English or any other language. None of the buses...More
It was after 6 pm and many people were departing the Vatican waiting for the next bus to come. The bus arrived virtually empty. The mob of people got on the bus. There were over 10 empty seats on the top level. The bus pulled...More