Extrapolitan: Rome Open Bus Hop-On, Hop-Off

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  • You can redeem Rome Hop-on, Hop-off Bus e-ticket within 1 year from purchase date.
  • Access to unlimited Rome Hop-on Hop-off bus tour across the city with Rome Open Bus
  • 9 hotspots covered across Rome for a better understanding of the city.
  • Free WiFi on-board
  • Accessibility to the wheelchair in all the buses.
  • Multi-lingual Onboard recorded commentary is available in 8 languages.


Rome is the city which was once a global powerhouse and ruled a significant portion of the then word. Now, it is another beautiful European destination. The Italian capital offers a picturesque view of the 3000-year-old architecture, art, and cultural display. Visiting the city you will find, the place is a perfect blend of modern culture blossoming amidst ancient ruins. Make the best out of Rome with nine prominent bus stops to explore the tourist sites in the city.


Beautiful ancient architecture, lip-smacking Italian cuisines, haunting ruins and one of the most Romantic cities in the world, is what defines Italy’s capital. The capital is a popular tourist destination in the world and therefore always buzzing with tourists. Italians have always done things with style. Their food and attire show the way they take styling seriously. So, while touring the city one can understand the concept of living the life.

The tempo of the city increases with regular people flashing off utter style sense especially in the evening when the Italians starts descending towards the Bars and the pubs. The tourist spot will be full of people cheering around, and preparing themselves for the late night parties or the cocktail clubs.  

Start the city sightseeing tour with one of the most famous landmarks, The Colosseum. This is the amphitheater at the heart of the city. Built of brick face concrete, travertine, and tuff, now it is just ruins of the largest amphitheater. The Colosseum lies to the east of the Roman forum, and therefore it is the next destination. The structure is rectangular shaped forum carved with ruins of important government building from the Roman Era. Citizens of Rome describe it as an ancient marketplace.

After visiting these ruins and spending some considerable amount of time there, the next destination for sightseeing is the Trevi Fountain. The fountain dates back to 1762 and is the largest Baroque fountain in the city. It is present in the Trevi district of Rome and was designed by Nicola Salvi. The fountain is famous amongst its counterparts globally  and flipping a coin in it is a favorite past time of tourists. Next, Hop Off at the Piazza Navona a famous square in Rome. It was a competition arena, and the ancient Romans visited there to watch the games. Piazza Navona dates back to the 1st century AD.

The St. Peter’s Basilica will be the ideal destination for the next stop. It is an Italian Renaissance church and follows the Baroque and Renaissance architecture. The church is present in the Vatican City within the Papal conclave. The Vatican Museums are next in the line after the Basilica. These museums in the Vatican city are art and Christian Museums. They are repositories of extensive collections by the Popes throughout the centuries. These collections include some of the most popular Roman sculptors and masterpieces from the Renaissance period. Other sightseeing places include, Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps and Pantheon.


01 April - 31 October:
Starting Point: Terminal Bus (Stop 1)
First Bus: 09:00am
Frequency: Every 25 minutes

Starting Point: Vaticano (Stop 6)
First Bus: 10:30am
Frequency: Every 25 minutes

01 November - 31 March:
Starting Point:
Terminal Bus (Stop 1)
First Bus: 09:00am
Frequency: Every 10-15 minutes

Starting Point: Vaticano (Stop 6)
First Bus: 09:50am
Frequency: Every 15 - 20 minutes

Green Route: Available from Monday to Friday and Saturday until 14:00
Red Route: Available Saturday from 14:00, Sunday and public holiday


  • 24, 48 & 72 Hours Hop-on Hop-off Bus Pass
  • Multi-lingual commentary available in 8 languages: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese and Japanese
  • Headphones
  • EnjoyBus hostess
  • Free Wi-fi on board
  • Rome Hop On Hop Off map


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

Important Info

Ticket Redemption:
Vouchers can be redeemed on board at any bus stop or at any of the Visitors Centres located at:

  • EDICOLA/GIORNALI, Piazzale dei Cinquecento, Open 9:00am to 5:00pm. Phone: +39 06 43 58 00 69
  • DESTINATION ITALIA, Via Bastioni di Michelangelo, 21, Open 9:00am to 5:00pm, Phone: +39 06 62 28 79 63
  • DESTINATION ITALIA, Via del Colosseo, 24, Open 9:00am to 5:00pm, Phone: +39 329 603 67 19
  • DESTINATION ITALIA, Via del Tritone, Open 9:00am to 5:00pm, Phone: +39 06 43 58 00 69
  • EDILFAR RENT, Via Solferino, 18, Open 9 am to 5 pm, Phone: +39 06 83 96 31 75

Additional Information:
Free Wi-Fi
Wheelchair accessibility

Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the e-ticket within 1 year from purchase date.

Stops & Route Map

1. Terminal Open Bus
2. Santa Maria Maggiore
3. Colosseum
4. Circus Maximum
5. Piazza Venezia
6. St. Peter's
6M. Vatican Museums (Summer Only)
7. Trevi Fountain (On Weekdays Only)
7. Villa Borghese (On Public Holidays)
8. Piazza Barberini

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