City Sightseeing Rome Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour with Attractions Ticket Package

City Sightseeing Rome Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour with Attractions Ticket

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Tour Highlights

    • Unlimited Hop-on-Hop-off available for the bus tour, discover the city from a different perspective from open top double deck bus.
    • Choose between tickets valid for 24 hours or 48 hours with different attractions ticket.
    • Preserving the ticket may avail a discount of 10% for you on your next national or international booking with City Sightseeing.
    • The entrance to Colosseum is valid only on the date selected for the voucher. Skip the line entry is valid just for the first day and not the second.
    • Use ‘Skip the Line’ ticket for Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel at any time of the day.
    • Skip the line entrance to Colosseum, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill is available.
    • Entrance passes along with reservation to Vatican Museum, St. Peter’s Basilica and access to Sistine Chapel.
    • The acoustic tour guide is available in the English language that will keep you informed throughout the tour.
    • A skilled guide will walk you through the main sites and give a detailed description of every place.
    • Entrée tickets are available to the Domitilla Catacombs

Overview & Description

Overview:
You are in Rome for a short time duration, and you have half a day to visit the famous places. Fetching tickets in the long queues may be painstaking when you are running out of time. Moreover, get to see the places through open top double deck red buses and explore them whenever you want. Just hop off the bus, and the next vehicle will carry you further.
1.    Get the privileged access to the entry in the museums with ‘Skip the Line.’ The trip consists of long-distance walks, stairs, and climbing, so it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes.
2.    Skip the Line Maxi Combo Pack will enable to get you an immediate entry giving a hassle free tour. You can wander around the world-known Colosseum, the famous Vatican Museum and Michelangelo designed Sistine Chapel.
3.    Skip the line guided tour to Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica specially organized for the people who have a keen interest in art and architecture.
4.    Catacombs of Domitilla are the most extensive network of tunnels and corridors stretching to about 17 km and divided into four individual levels. It has 1, 50,000 entombments and semi-subterranean church.


Description:
Visiting the Roman Colosseum, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, can be a fantasy for many. You have an opportunity to visit the famous tourist place but have less time. You will surely not like to waste your precious time in a long queue. ‘Skip the line’ brings you the facility to get an entrance and make most of your day at the ancient city of Rome.


Colosseum is a famous monument where gladiators used to fight until death. As you will step in the place, you can feel the vibes of history getting inside you. You can imagine the roar of the enormous crowd seated in the amphitheater who came to watch the blood-bathed battles and bravery display.


The next you can visit is the Roman Forum which will make you take a walk along the ‘Via Sacra.’ It is the main road that leads to Roman Forum, a vital place of the ancient Rome where soldier’s homecomings used to celebrate with huge pomp and show as well as several processions. After visiting the two historically significant places, you can continue to visit the Palatine Hill. It is one of the most famous of the Seven Hills of Rome. From here you can admire the beauty of the ancient city and enjoy the panoramic view of Circus Maximus of Nero and Roman Forum. Circus Maximus of Nero was once the site for chariot racings.


The tour includes long distance walks, climbing, and stairs, so it is recommendable to wear comfortable shoes. Large bag packs and suitcases are not allowed to carry inside the Colosseum and Roman Forum. There is no wardrobe either inside these places.


‘Skip the Line’ City Sightseeing tour enables you to witness the spectacular works of art at Vatican museum, in short time duration. It is among the world’s best collections of fine arts. The Vatican Museum enshrines composite Apostolic Palaces. An array of art treasures is on display in the 54 large halls collected by various Popes since the 16th century.


The adjoining Sistine Chapel designed by Michelangelo in the sixteenth century with painted walls and ceilings is an excellent piece of creativity. Sistine Chapel is famous for being the place where chiefs met in assembly for electing the new Pope. Along the tour, you will visit the Gallery of Maps, tapestry gallery, the courtyard of Belvedere, Candelabra gallery and implausible Raphael rooms.


Large bag packs and suitcases are not permissible to carry inside the destinations neither is there a cloakroom.  So carry the minimum requisites with you, or you can face problems in arranging your luggage. Avoid wearing very short pants, and low cut TEEs also cover your knees and shoulders. The exchange of voucher can take place at the Visitor Center.


The Maxi Combo packages are an exclusive offer that gives tourist’s satisfaction of going to the famous places of Rome in short duration. You will get a trip to Colosseum, Vatican Museum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. There are somehow certain restrictions to the entrance of Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. There is an entry for limited hours. The admission is valid only on the selected day of the voucher. It carries validity just for the first day and not the second.


There is a long walking distance, and you may have to climb or go up and downstairs, so it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes. Large bags and suitcases are not allowed to carry inside the monuments so try to take minimum requisites with you. There is a wardrobe facility at Vatican museum however no wardrobes are available at Colosseum.


For a visit to Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel, it is advisable to follow the dress code and carry on with the trip without an iffy. Don’t wear short pants, low-cut tops. Try to wear dresses that cover your knees and shoulders at both places. From Palatine hill, which is among the most famous hill of Rome, a fascinating view of the whole city is worth watching. You can get a glance of Roman Forum and Nero Circus, which used to be a chariot racing site in the ancient times.


The guided tour to the most significant works of Vatican Museum from Sistine Chapel to Gallery of Geographical maps, the courtyard of Belvedere to Galleria Arazzi and from Galleria de Candelabra to the implausible Raphael rooms. The tour to Sistine Chapel will let you witness the skill of Michelangelo. It includes the self-portrait of him. The tour includes long walking distances, stairs, and climbing, so it is good to wear comfortable shoes.


The tour to Domitilla Catacombs is an informative tour and will be very interesting for the ones who have a keen interest in history. The guided trip will let you dig into the early times where Christian communities lived in Imperial Rome. You will get a clear picture of their lifestyles and appreciate its testimonials. 


Catacombs are the burial grounds which are layered, and they form tunnels to save the spaces. The name derives its origin from the owner of the land Flavia Domitilla. Her husband got killed, and she, sent to exile at the island of Ventotene. It remained untouched for centuries enshrined in the figurative stone fragment decorations, beautiful murals which indicates the connection with god with the martyr cult that lies buried in the graveyard. There are several figurative paintings on the walls of the catacombs such as The Good Shepherd, Constantinian monogram, Dove with an olive branch, etc. It is a site of Pilgrimage for a long time.

Tour Schedule

June - September:
Starting Point: Via Marsala, however you can board the bus and exchange your voucher at any of the stops.
First Bus: 9:00am, Last Bus: 7:00pm
Frequency: Every 10-20 minutes

October - May:
Starting Point: Via Marsala, however you can board the bus and exchange your voucher at any of the stops.
First Bus: 9:00am, Last Bus: 5:00pm
Frequency: Every 10-20 minutes

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • 1 Day, 24 h, 48 h or 72 h Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket
  • Pre-recorded commentary in 8 different languages: Portuguese, Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian
  • Free Wi-fi on board
  • Audio-guide of the historic centre in 5 different languages
  • Assistance on board
  • Assistance at the City Sightseeing Rome Visitor Center
  • Sightseeing Experience Free App
  • Attraction Tickets (Based on option chosen)

Exclusions

  • Entrance Fee (Unless specified)
  • Meals
  • Hotel Transfers

Important Info

Ticket Redemption:

  • You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver or at the Visitor Centers.

City Sightseeing Roma Visitor Center:
1)    City Sightseeing® Roma – Visitor Center Colosseo
Address: Via IV Novembre, 147 (Piazza Venezia) - 00187 Roma
Timetable: 9 am - 7 pm every day | 9 am - 2 pm Sundays and Bank Holidays
2)    City Sightseeing® Roma - Visitor Center Auditorium
Address:  Via della Conciliazione, 4  - inside Auditorium Conciliazione -  00187 Roma
Timetable: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm every day
6)    City Sightseeing® Roma – Termini Station Visitor Center
Via Giolitti 36, near Mercato Centrale
Timetable: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm every day
7)    City Sightseeing® Roma – Vatican Museums  Visitor Center
Via Veniero 74, in front of Vatican Museums
Timetable: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Mon -Sat

Additional Information:

Free Wi-Fi
Sightseeing Experience Free App
Facilitated access for disabled people


Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the ticket within 3 months from purchase date.

Map, Routes & Stops

  • Map

  • City Sightseeing Rome

Schedule: 09:00-17:00
Loop: 100 Minutes
Frequency: 10-20 Minutes

Terminal A. Termini-Marsala (via Marsala,7)
Terminal B. Largo Di Villa Peretti (Largo di Villa Peretti,1)
Terminal C. Piazza dei Cinquecento
Stop 2. Santa Maria Maggiore
Stop 3. Colosseo (Via Di San Gregorio)
Stop 4. Circo Massimo (Piazzale Ugo la Malfa)
Stop 5. Piazza Venezia (Via di Teatro Marcello, 12)
Stop 6. Vaticano (Lungotevere Tor di Nona )
Stop 7. Fontana di Trevi (Via del Tritone, 59)(NO Saturday afternoon, Sunday & Holidays)
Stop 7B. Piazza di Spagna (Via Ludovisi) (Saturday afternoon, Sunday & Holidays)
Stop 8. Piazza Barberini (Via Barberini,2)

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