Explore Rome at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Hop on hop off at your own pace as you watch and learn about Rome's most beautiful art,…
Discover Rome at your own pace with a 24-hour or 48-hour pass to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. See all the main monuments of the Eternal City…
Explore the Eternal City with the Vatican and Rome hop-on hop-off open bus. Choose between a 24-hours, 48-hours, or daily ticket option.
See Rome on an open-top, double-decker bus and discover the city’s main sights on by bus and by foot. See the Vatican, the Spanish Steps, the…
See the sights of Rome at your own pace on board an open-top hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Access 2 loops in the historic city center to visit…
Explore Rome at leisure with a 24-hour ticket to a river boat cruise along the Tiber. Soak up the sights from the boat deck, hopping on and off-on…
A hop-on/hop-off bus tour including a complete historical, artistic and monumental tour to visit the most important touristic places of Rome. Choose…
Create your own off-the-beaten-path tour of Rome with 24-hour access to the purple line hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. Take a guided tour through…
Discover the best of Rome with this 18-stop, hop-on hop-off bus tour that covers the highlights of The Eternal City on two different routes. You'll…
Save time and money with a fast-track tour of the Colosseum and hop-on-hop-off bus ticket, valid for 24 or 48 hours.
Walking around Rome will make your jaw drop - you can hardly go 10 feet without running into a relic of history. Hop on a bus and hop off whenever something catches your eye. There's no better way to discover Rome.
Rome on foot is nice, but Rome by bus is even better. To see as much as you can of this beautiful, historic city, a bus tour is one of the best options.
Maybe you're just here for the day, and you're not traveling light. Hopping on a bus is no problem, no matter how much luggage you've got. Take it easy, and see the city from the comfort of your seat.
Jumping on a bus is one of the best ways to take your kids around Rome. Sometimes little legs need more rest, and a bus tour of Rome lets everyone experience the city at their own pace.
If you're hurtling through Rome on a bus tour, you don't have to think about what's next until it's already in front of you. Spontaneous stops are just as fun as a planned trip, perhaps they're even more exciting!
Check out a guided sightseeing tour of Rome and marvel at how much you can learn as you see the city. Historic tours cover much of the famous sites in Rome. Appreciate the landmarks and their history.
There are a variety of hop on hop off bus tours in Rome. Historic tours are great to get to know some of the famous spots in the city, and unguided bus routes are also great if you'd rather make your own way.
You can usually embark and disembark any number of times throughout the day, or for the validity of your bus ticket. Ask your tour guide for details.
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I did a complete round trip which took about 1 hour 40. Then stopped at a couple stops. Wish I’d stopped at each one looked around then went to next. Did night tour but first bus was full so couldn’t go on. Waited over hour for last bus and again was full and could only allow a few on. People in queue kicked off and the police were called. They did however get another bus for the rest of the queue. Glad I stuck it out tho as Rome at night is so beautiful - again did a full round trip in lights. In the morning I caught a bus to go to my Colosseum tour but it waited at bus stop for 20 mins so I missed my tour time. Check the bus is going straight away as pointless sitting on it going nowhere!
There are a number of operators in Rome and I am glad I chose this one. It is slightly more expensive then the others but this meant that for some of the other companies the lines at the bus stops were so long that people had to let one or two busses go pass as there was no space on the top. This one was busy as well but there was always a seat on the top. Stops are very conveniently located and busses run so frequent, you really never have to wait for the next one.
It was really good and it was good to know all about the things that you can see on the way round I would do it all over again and my boyfriend like it and it good you can get on and off as you like and you only pay once it a really good thing to do my family are going to rome soon and I have tell them to do it
Arrived twenty five minutes before the night tour was due to start but there was already a long line waiting. Two buses arrived but we just missed the last seats. There were enough people left behind to fill more than one bus. This could be avoided by better organisation and/or putting another bus on.
Overall this tour was excellent. The concept of going at your own pace , hopping on and off is a great approach for a bewildered tourist. What I would do better; maybe explain to the audience when and where the free walking tours begin and how long should one plan for them.Terry from Calgary, Canada