- Explore the Eternal City onboard a red open-top double-decker bus
- Tickets available for 24, 48 or 72 hours
- Commentary onboard available in 8 languages
- Hop on and off at one of the indicated stops as many times as you want
Experience a different point of view over a city suspended between history and legend. Hop on your red open-top double-decker City Sightseeing bus to visit the highlights and places of interest that made Rome the Eternal City. Relax while you explore the city and listen to the recorded commentary available in 8 different languages – learn more about Rome's past, from ancient times and Middle Ages to modern times. Get off at any point along the route to visit the places where the ancient Romans lived their social and political life; discover the many churches, monuments and streets of Imperial and Christian Rome; admire the Imperial Forums, the Coliseum and the Circus Maximus and reach the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica; live the Dolce Vita while you walk among coffee shops in Via Veneto or admire Trastevere and its typical restaurants.
While onboard, connect to the Wi-Fi service and download the 'Rome Walking Tour' app – you'll be able to listen to the commentary offline when you get off the bus!
Choose between a 24, 48 or 72 ticket for CitySightseeing Rome and discover the city at your own pace!
- 24-hour ticket: validity expires with the last bus run on the same day you redeemed your voucher
- 48-hour ticket: validity expires 2 days after you redeemed your voucher
- 72-hour ticket: validity expires 3 days after you redeemed your voucher
- 24-hour ticket: validity expires with the last bus run on the same day you redeem your voucher
- 48-hour ticket: validity expires 2 days after you redeem your voucher
- 72-hour ticket: validity expires 3 days after you redeem your voucher
- Wheelchair access to buses
- Wi-Fi connection available onboard
- Walking tour app
24, 48 or 72-hour bus ticket:
- reduced for children between 5 and 15
- free for infants between 0 and 5 and visitors with certification of invalidity of 100% Wheelchair Blind Down syndrome (free tickets are issued on board, please refer to City Sightseeing staff)
You can redeem your voucher at any open bus stop Start point: Line A - Termini-Marsala (Via Marsala 7)
You can hop on at any of the stops indicated.
- Terminal A Termini-Marsala (via Marsala, 7)
- Terminal B Largo Di Villa Peretti (Largo di Villa Peretti,1)
- Terminal C Piazza dei Cinquecento (corner via Cavour)
- 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 (Lungo Tevere Tor di Nona)
- Stop 7 Fontana di Trevi (Via del Tritone,59)
- Stop 7B Piazza di Spagna (Via Ludovisi, in front of n. 49)
- Stop 8 Piazza Barberini (Via Barberini, 2)
- Click here to download the "ROME OPEN BUS" MAP
- Download the mobile APP "Sightseeing Experience" - check the real position of our City Sightseeing
The Open Bus service is available every day according to the season timetable:
- High Season (April-October): bus service available 9am-7pm with a bus every 10 minutes
- Low season (November-March): bus service available 9am-5pm with a bus every 20 minutes
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