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Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

1. Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

The open-top, double-decker bus provides fantastic views and a great atmosphere to enjoy Rome's charm. From the iconic Colosseum and the famous Spanish Steps to the stunning Vatican, the city's history and majestic architecture will take your breath away. A fully narrated audio tour allows you to discover over 10 locations throughout the city with daily departures from the starting point at Termini Railway Station. You have the option to join the tour from any of the stops on the route. You may also experience the “eternal city” on foot with fantastic digital, self-guided walking tours. Some of the locations you can see on the tour route include: Colosseum Roman Forum Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna Vatican St. Peter's Square Piazza Navona Pantheon Castel Sant'Angelo Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Circus Maximus Piazza Venezia Altare della Patria Piazza Barberini Termini Railway Station

Rome: Daily Hop-on/Hop-off Ticket

2. Rome: Daily Hop-on/Hop-off Ticket

Discover Rome’s art, architecture and history. With this hop-on/hop-off Rome package, you can explore the city in a manner that best suits your desires, giving you control of your holiday. You will wear headphones which will guide you in your selected language, allowing you to go out and enjoy the charms and atmosphere of the "Eternal City" at your leisure. The itinerary for your open-bus tour is as follows: · Terminal (Piazza dei Cinquecento corner Via Cavour)· Santa Maria Maggiore (Piazza dell'Esquilino, 12)· Colosseum (Via di San Gregorio- close to the entrance of Palatine)· Circus Maximus (Via del Circo Massimo- Belvedere Romolo e Remo)· Piazza Venezia (Via del Teatro Marcello in front of civic numbers 32 -34· Vatican City (Lungotevere Tor di Nona 7)· Villa Borghese (Via Ludovisi, 48)· Barberini Square (Via Barberini, 14)

Rome: Full-Day Vespa Scooter Rental

3. Rome: Full-Day Vespa Scooter Rental

Explore the streets of Rome on a stylish Vespa scooter with this simple rental service. Get free assistance inside the highway belt of Rome (Grande Raccordo Anulare - GRC). Pickup your Vespa at the rental shop and get fitted with a helmet. Listen as the staff gives you some helpful tips on how to use this model of scooter. Use your complimentary map to help you navigate around the city. Find out hotspots and routes and let a local tell you the fastest way to get to the sights in this vast city. Start exploring with major attractions that are less than 15-minutes away like the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, the Colosseum, and Vatican City. Return the Vespa before your 24-hour rental period ends or make arrangements to extend your rental contract.

Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Ticket & Eataly Roma Stop

4. Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Ticket & Eataly Roma Stop

Tour Rome at your own pace on a classic open-top double-decker sightseeing bus with this 24-, 48-, or 72-hour pass. See the imperial monuments of Ancient Rome as well as the Baroque and Renaissance buildings of the historic city center. Put your souvenirs in your free Eataly tote bag. Start at the city’s bustling main railway station, Termini Station, before heading to the Santa Maria Maggiore church. Next, cruise to the iconic Colosseum and the Pyramid of Caius Cestius. Learn about the sites you pass by with an headphone audio guide on board the bus. Stop at Eataly Roma for a quick bite, not included in the ticket price, before hopping back on and continuing to the Circus Maximus, Piazza Venezia, Vatican City, and Piazza Barberini. Enjoy the benefits of hopping on and off whenever you want.  Stops include 1 . Termini Station (Viale Enrico De Nicola in front of the entrance of Diocleziano’s Thermal Bath)2. Santa Maria Maggiore (Piazza dell'Esquilino 12)3. Colosseum (Via di San Gregorio close to the entrance of Palatine)4 . Pyramid/Testaccio Quarter (Viale della Piramide Cestia)5 . Terminal Destination Eataly (Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492 close to Rome Ostiense Station)6. Circus Maximus (Via del Circo Massimo/Belvedere Romolo e Remo)7. Piazza Venezia (Via del Teatro di Marcello in front of civic number 32-34)8. Vatican City (Lungotevere Tor di Nona 7)9. Piazza Barberini (Via Barberini 14)

Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour & Colosseum, Forum, Palatine Hill

5. Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour & Colosseum, Forum, Palatine Hill

Experience the best of Rome with a 24-hour open-top hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus taking you through the Eternal City and its major highlights. Hop off and explore at your own pace, plus receive admission to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tour While aboard the bus, listen to engaging audio commentary in 9 languages to learn about Rome’s long and rich history. When hopping off, continue the adventure by taking advantage of the complimentary digital, self-guided walking tours. Explore the Vatican first, passing Castel Sant’Angelo en route to St. Peter’s Square to take in awe-inspiring views of St. Peter’s Basilica. Discover Barberini Square and the iconic Spanish Steps before taking a stroll nearby to soak in the stunning beauty of Trevi Fountain.  Big Bus Rome Red Route: • Termini Station• Santa Maria Maggiore• Colosseum• Circo Massimo• Piazza Venezia• Vatican / Castel Sant’Angelo• Spanish Steps• Piazza Barberini  Colosseum Enjoy the included access to the Colosseum, an amphitheater built during the Roman Empire that entertained Romans for over 500 years. Explore the site and use the audio guide to hear tales of exotic animal exhibitions, prisoner executions, ancient battle recreations, and most famously, the fierce gladiator fights. Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Visit the Roman Forum, the birthplace of Ancient Rome, and explore what was once the heart of the Empire. Learn how the Forum was the central point of Ancient Rome’s politics, religion, and culture. See where Romans voted in their elections, watched trials, and gathered to hear speeches. Explore Palatine Hill, which was once the high-society neighborhood of Ancient Rome’s grand elite. Explore the ruins that Roman emperors and aristocrats once called home.

Mostra Leonardo Da Vinci: Rome Treasure Hunt Game

6. Mostra Leonardo Da Vinci: Rome Treasure Hunt Game

Enjoy a guided tour through the center of Rome that is sure to captivate even your children. Don't worry about where to go, because the game will lead you to all the best sights. Follow your instincts and choose the route which seems most stimulating and interesting to you. Do you prefer to visit the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, the Pantheon, the Forum, Romanum, or maybe all of them? After receiving a tablet in the museum, you can start the game. The tablet will be your private tour guide around the city. Discover hidden details in Rome's history which you would never have noticed without the game, which starts and ends at the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. Earn points at the different stages; the more points you earn, the more clues you’ll get. Pay special attention to the clues because you’ll need them to solve the final riddle when visiting the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. If you figure it out, you’ll win a special prize.

Discover Rome: Walking City Tour

7. Discover Rome: Walking City Tour

Discover the secrets of the Eternal City and learn of its rich history throughout the centuries, stopping at the most breathtaking sites, monuments and squares along the way. Arrive at the office and meet your expert guide to begin with an introduction and stroll along the famous Imperial Forum road and admire the ruins of the Roman Forum on either side before arriving at Piazza Venezia and Trajan’s Column. From here the next stop is the Trevi Fountain, the most famous fountain in Rome. Hear the connection between water and the city as the guide points out interesting details in its beautiful facade. From the Trevi, pass through the busy shopping street of Via del Corso and into Piazza di Pietra, a little-known square that is home to the Temple of Hadrian. Walk further into the historic center along the cobbles and come upon the Pantheon, the most well-preserved building in Rome. Hear the amazing feats in Roman architecture and marvel at its dome, which is the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. Inside, peer up at its oculus and learn of the famous figures in history whose tombs are inside, such as the artist Raphael. Just near the Pantheon there is the small church of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva and Bernini’s beloved Elephant statue standing just outside. Continue from here to Largo di Torre Argentina, which is believed to be the site of Julius Caesar's assassination. The final stop will be Piazza Navona, the largest and most elegant square in Rome and also the site of Bernini’s Fountain of Four Rivers. Learn about the wonderful elements that comprise this beautiful fountain and the meaning behind them. Finish up with a tasty authentic Italian gelato as you say farewell!

Rome: Rome at Night Evening Historical Walking Tour

8. Rome: Rome at Night Evening Historical Walking Tour

Experience the beauty of Rome at night and take this tour through the Eternal City, brilliantly lit and bustling with life in the evening. Stop at some of Rome's iconic historical sites. Visit Piazza Spagna, The Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon. Explore Rome at night, when it is especially beautiful, with its monuments and fountains lit up, making them stand out in the dim evening light. See Rome as it settles down for the evening, with locals settling in for "aperitivo" before dinner, and people taking their evening stroll, the city comes to life in an ethereal way at night. Meet your friendly, professional tour guide in Piazza Spagna, right in front of the Spanish Steps. Learn about the steps and the square and how communities from Spain, France, and England have all come together here at different points in history. Pass by the big fashion house storefronts, make your way to the Trevi Fountain, and watch the lights dancing on the water and the reflections on the beautiful marble of the world’s most famous fountain. Toss in a coin before following the guide to the Pantheon. Walk past an Ancient Roman temple on your way to the Pantheon and its busy square. See this temple, now used as a church, and learn all about its construction in 125 AD and how it is still used today. Continue the tour and move on to Piazza Navona, one of the most famous squares in the city. Admire the square's gorgeous Fountain of the Four Rivers and restaurants lining the piazza, people out for a stroll, and street performers providing entertainment. Move on to Largo Argentina after learning the history and symbolism of Piazza Navona. Explore Largo di Torre Argentina and learn about the famous site of Julius Caesar’s assassination. Travel to Piazza Venezia to see the giant Vittoriano monument shining brightly at night for some of the best photos on your trip. Get to know Rome at night and leave the tour with a whole new appreciation for the Eternal City.

Rome: Open-Top Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Tour

9. Rome: Open-Top Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Tour

Explore the city of Rome aboard open-top buses. Hop-on and hop-off at any of the stops whenever you want for the entire validity of your ticket. Visit monuments from Imperial Rome to Baroque Rome along the route. Stay on the bus to admire many landmarks from the Colosseum and Circus Maximus to the Mouth of Truth, Marcello’s theatre, and more. Listen to the history of Rome with the audio guide available on your phone in 8 languages. Use the app to visit Rome on foot thanks to the special tours created especially for you.  These are the bus stops: • Terminal via Marsala (Termini station)• Largo Di Villa Peretti • Saint Mary Major Church • The Colosseum • Circus Maximus • Venice Square • The Vatican • Spanish Steps • Barberini/Trevi Fountain

Rome: Wonders of Ancient Rome at Dusk

10. Rome: Wonders of Ancient Rome at Dusk

See the very best of Rome at night, far from the busy daytime crowds. Start your adventure outside the Colosseum, one of the most famous landmarks of the city. Listen to stories of how it was constructed and the bloody games and gladiator battles which took place here. Next, take a look at the impressive Arch of Constantine, then retrace the steps of Ancient Romans under the moonlight as you head to the Roman Forum. Upon arrival, marvel at the Temple of Castor and Pollux, the Arch of Titas, and the Senate House. Hear about the notorious emperors who ruled over Ancient Rome, and what life was like here during that time. Continue on to Trajan’s Forum, and snap a photo in front of the Column of Trajan. Finally, climb Capitoline Hill and marvel at the panoramic view that stretches out before you.

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What people are saying about Piazza Venezia

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 4,059 reviews

A really informative and accessible walking tour. Our guide, Lauren (from Madrid), was a gold mine of information adding texture and colour to the sights of ancient and Renaissance Rome. And a smiling delight too for our small group. Highly recommended as an introduction to Rome - ideally on day 1, morning 1 of your arrival.

Very easy to reserve, with the app. The tour brings you to all the key tourist attractions.

Excellent Leaves us on site and picks us up Passage all 30 minutes Awesome

Very convenient to see certain monuments and go to the places of visit

Very interesting, passionate and very friendly guide