Gray Line Rome: Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus and Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour

Gray Line Rome: Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus and Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour

Rome, Italy

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  • Hop-On Hop-Off 24-Hour bus ticket
  • Free Wi-Fi facility available
  • Detailed route map for convenience
  • Walking tour with a professional guide
  • Smartphone Voucher Accepted! (No need to print)


Witness the incredible views of beautiful Rome with open-top double-decker buses. The bus ticket is valid for 24 hours. There is a total of eight stops and audio commentary in 13 languages to help you learn about the city. Along with the hop-on hop-off bus tour you can enjoy a walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto. This is a perfect way to uncover the secrets of the city in a day. You only need to get your favorite seat on the bus and enjoy.


Hop-on-hop bus tours are designed in a way that you can witness all the major landmarks of Rome with ease. You can hop off at any of the stops to uncover the secrets of the city.  See the stunning points of the city on this tour. A walking tour with hop on hop off bus tour is a magical way to explore the Eternal city.
The city is generous and great with lots of historical treasures. Rome is home to the popular Colosseum, Vatican City, Sistine Chapel and Castel Sant’ Angelo, Circus Maximus - Mouth of Truth, Spanish Steps, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Barberini, and Trevi Fountain.
A walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto will give you chance to discover the marks of Imperial Rome like the Portico of Octavia or Theatre of Marcellus.  From the ancient to modern period backtrack the history of Jewish people in Rome. Do not forget the Holocaust victims.  Witness the concrete cubes with a brass plate “stumbling stones” which are a testimony.
The itinerary of the guided walking tour allows you to explore the Jewish Ghetto along with a hop-on hop-off bus tour. The top things to see are:
Teatro Marcello: This is similar to the spectacular Colosseum but has a semicircular structure and smaller size. A small theater is thus known as the Small Colosseum.
Portico d’Ottavia: This monument has contributed a lot in creating expressive views of the ghetto but only entrances are preserved.  During Middle Ages, this was used as a fish market.
Synagogue: Inaugurated in 1904, this a religious center of the Jewish community of Rome. The ghetto was abolished after Italy’s unification and reconstruction were done. 
The synagogue comprises of alluring Museum of the Jewish Community where you can witness the worship objects of the Jewish Community along with silverware and textiles that were used to adorn the ancient synagogues.
Via del Portico d' Ottavia: This is now the main street of the district. It was a meeting place and a reference point for the Jewish community of Rome.
Piazza Mattei: Appreciate a glimpse of the Renaissance era in an eccentric square. Here you can see the popular Turtle fountain.
Turtle Fountain: At the end of the 16th century, this fountain was built. Bernini made the turtles in 1658. Duke Mattei ordered to make this spectacular fountain in one day.
Palazzo Manili: This building preserves the past identity and was restored in 1468 by a rich citizen to celebrate the ancient Romans.
Piazza delle Cinque Scole: This square had five religious buildings earlier. It is linked to the painful history of the Jewish people.
Piazza dei Cenci: You can see the beautiful building complex from this square. It is believed that Beatrice Cenci lived there.
Ponte Fabricio: Built in 62 BC, this bridge connects the Tiber’s left bank to the center of the Jewish community and Tiber Island.


Hop on Hop off Bus from April to October :
First Bus at 8.30am from Largo Peretti
Last Bust at 6.45pm at Termini  
Hop on Hop off Bus from November to March :
First Bus at 9am from Largo Peretti
Last Bust at 5pm at Termini  
Full Loop: Approx. 110 Minutes
Frequency: Buses depart every 15/20 Minutes from Termini Station (Stop 1)

Jewish Ghetto of Rome Walking Tour:
Meeting Point: Stop n.5 of the Hop-on Hop-off operated by Gray Line - I Love Rome City Tour, in Via del Teatro di Marcello in front of Antico Caffè del Teatro Marcello.
Schedule: Saturday and Sunday only, at 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 5:00PM and 7:00PM.
Duration: 1.5 Hours
Please be there at least 15 minutes before the tour starts.


  • Hop-On Hop-Off Open-top Bus 24-hour Ticket
  • Free Wifi on board
  • Audio guide in 13 languages on board the Pink Bus (Italian, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Arabic)
  • Detailed Bus route map
  • Walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto of Rome with a professional guide


  • Hotel Transfers
  • Meals
  • All which is not listed under "Included"

Redemption Info

First Departure Point: Gray Line I Love Rome Visitor's Centre, Termini Station (Piazza dei Cinquecento in the middle of the square). However, you can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver.
Mobile and paper vouchers are both accepted at all stops.
You will receive a ticket in exchange for your voucher, which you must keep until the expiry date/ tour.
Please check your ticket to know when it expires.
After exchanging your voucher for a ticket, your voucher will no longer be valid.
In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund.
Flexi Ticket: Your voucher is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
Jewish Ghetto of Rome Walking Tour: Stop no. 5 of the Hop-on Hop-off operated by Gray Line - I Love Rome City Tour, in Via del Teatro di Marcello in front of Antico Caffè del Teatro Marcello.

Know Before You Go

Voucher: Mobile and paper vouchers are both accepted at all stops. (We recommend to bring a printed copy)
Wheelchair accessibility: Yes
On board Wi-Fi: Yes (Please ask bus staff for password)
This tour will operate in any weather condition
Comfortable shoes are recommended
Bring your own bottle: the street corner fountains (Nasoni) of Rome provide excellent free and drinkable water!
24-hour ticket: Valid only for the calendar day of travel selected at the time of booking for 24 hours of use from the time of the first stamping.
Disclaimer: Due to traffic issues, there might be sudden changes in the route or on the schedule. In "normal times" Rome is a busy city, especially during special events, summer holidays and at weekends. Traffic congestion and road closures -may cause delays, reduced frequency and changes to the route. We’ll do all we can to provide a smooth and frequent service!

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Cancellation Policy

No Cancellation Charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. 100% cancellation fee applied within 24 hours of travel date.

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