This innovative new tour pass lets you explore Rome's most iconic neighborhoods and attractions with complete flexibility and zero commitment. Choose between 10 walking tours, each 60 – 90 minutes long. There's no need to reserve in advance; just show up at the meeting point of any tour ten minutes before the start time and walk on.
Rome is the most attraction-packed city in the world. If you want to unlock it with the help of local guides and see all the best parts in a single vacation, you need a special type of tour pass. The Walk on Walk off Pass gives you access to 10 different tours anytime during a 7-day period. All you have to do is decide what you want to see that day and be at the designated meeting point five minutes before it starts. This pass also includes a Roma Pass and Vatican Pass, which give you free access to the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, as well as special timed access to the Vatican museums so you can skip the long entrance lines. Tours include:
- Exploring The Colosseum and Roman Forum, where you'll get an introduction to the quintessential buildings of history's most iconic empire and learn fascinating stories about an ancient people who were startlingly modern. With your Roma Pass, you’ll also step inside the Colosseum and walk among the ruins of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
- Getting acquainted with St. Peter's and the Vatican, where you'll get the answers to all those questions about Catholicism that you learned once and then forgot. Why are Popes so powerful and why don't they like to wear beards? How did the Vatican get to be considered its own state? What’s up with the colorfully-dressed Swiss guards? After the tour your guide will help you schedule your timed Vatican Museums entry so you can skip most of the notoriously long lines and enjoy a self-guided visit through their world-famous art collection, including the Sistine Chapel, Raphael Rooms, and more.
- Taking in the flavors and aromas of Campo Dei Fiori. Feeling hungry? 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. You’ll also enjoy a sweet treat.
- Experiencing the Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, Rome's favorite free attractions. The first is home to Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers, the second is the greatest surviving work of ancient Roman Architecture. Taken together, they will leave you breathless.
- Taking a stroll through silver-screen history at the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. Rome isn't all ancient history; these comparatively new monuments are beloved by both locals and visitors. See spots where iconic movies like La Dolce Vita and Roman Holiday were filmed, just don't go wading in the fountain.
- Diving into the bustling local neighborhood of Trastevere to learn the local lore and visit one of Rome’s most beloved churches, Santa Maria in Trastevere. You’ll see how real Romans live and enjoy some of the most picturesque streets in the city.
- Shivering through a ghost tour. Rome isn't known for its ghosts, but it's a city 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 Times. Rome's greatest ruler had an interesting life, to say the least. Walk in his footsteps - sometimes literally on the same stones he walked on - as you trace his life from birth to the very spot where he was assassinated.
- Learning about The Circus Maximus, Palatine Hill and Aventine Hill, which form part of the geographic foundations of ancient Rome. Immerse yourself in the city's founding myths and see one of the largest sports stadiums ever constructed before being treated to jaw-dropping views over the city.
- Discovering the Jewish ghetto, which is home to one of the oldest Jewish communities in Europe, and not coincidentally, some of Rome's best restaurants. You'll learn about the terrible oppression that Rome's Jews suffered but also how they were able to transcend it to shape the society around them.