Rome is the most attraction-packed city in the world. Luckily, our new tour pass lets you unlock all the best parts in bite-sized pieces. The Walk On Walk Off Tour Pass gives you access to 10 different tours with unlimited redemption for 7 days. And with no advance booking necessary for any of the tour legs, all you have to do is decide what you want to see that day and be at the designated meeting point 10 minutes before it starts.
With the Roma Pass included in the price, you’ll also be able to enter the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill without waiting in any lines (Roma Pass-holders have a different entrance not even accessible to guided groups) while also enjoying discounts around the city and free public transport.
Walk On Walk Off tours include:
- Exploring the history of Ancient Rome at the Colosseum and Roman Forum. After this walking tour part, you can use your Roma Pass to skip lines for an independent visit
- Tasting the flavors of Campo Dei Fiori in one of Rome's oldest food markets. A local will introduce you to the flavors of the city along with where and what to eat during your stay
- Enjoying a guided tour from the outdoor art gallery that is Piazza Navona to the Pantheon, with a surprise Caravaggio painting
- Learning about the history of the papacy and getting an introduction to the Vatican Museums from St Peter’s Square
- Strolling through silver-screen history at the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps
- Getting lost in the local neighborhood of Trastevere, one of the best areas to eat and drink in Rome
- Shivering through a ghost tour. Rome is jam-packed with creepy stories, from public executions to macabre funerary art and a horrific murder trial, the Eternal City has a rich culture of death
- Tracing Julius Caesar’s life and death, starting at the point where he was once believed to have been murdered
- Learning about the huge chariot-racing course that was Circus Maximus, then scaling Aventine Hill to peer through the Aventine Keyhole
- Discovering the Jewish Ghetto; home to one of the oldest (and most resilient) Jewish communities in Europe