Free Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour of Rome - Save €32
Rome Bus Tour
Free 3 Day Hop On Hop Off Sightseeing Bus Tour
Normal Ticket Price: €32
Enjoy views of the Coliseum, St Peter's Basilica and Circus Maximus and hop on and off to explore Rome at your leisure
The best way to discover Rome is with a hop-on-hop-off city bus tour. See all of the city's popular and iconic sights from an open top bus and jump off whenever you feel like it to do some exploring. With 12 central and popular stops around the city it’s the perfect way to plan your day and sit back and see the sights!
First departure: 09:00am (Termini Station), 09:30 (St. Peter basilica).
Last departure: 06:30pm (Termini Station), 06:45pm (St. Peter basilica).
Frequency: every 10/15 minutes
On board commentary available in: English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese, Russia
- San Pietro in Vaticano - Piazza Pia
- San Giovanni dei Fiorentini - Via Acciaioli
- Santa Agnese in Agone - Piazza Navona - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II - Cancelleria
- Area Sacra Torre Argentina - San Carlo ai Catinari Largo di Torre Argentina
- Santa Maria in Aracoeli - Piazza Venezia
- Santi Apostoli - Via Cesare Battisti
- Santa Maria degli Angeli – Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
- Stazione Termini – Piazzale dei Cinquecento
- Santa Maria Maggiore - Via Liberiana
- Santa Croce in Gerusalemme - Via di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme
- San Giovanni in Laterano – Basilica - Piazzale Porta San Giovanni
- San Giovanni in Laterano – Battistero - Via Amba Aradam
- Colosseo - San Gregorio al CelioVia di San Gregorio al Celio
- Circo Massimo - Santa Sabina all’Aventino - Piazzale Ugo La Malfa
- Teatro Marcello - Santa Maria in Campitelli - Via del Teatro Marcello
- Largo Argentina - Sancta Maria ad Martyres - Largo di Torre Argentina
- Chiesa Nuova - San Salvatore in Lauro - Piazza della Chiesa Nuova
- San Pietro in Vaticano – Piazza Pia
Did you know:
- Piazza Navona was built on the ancient Stadium of Domitian – also known as Circus Agonalis, “the competition arena”. It’s believed the name Agonalis morphed into Navona over time - which also explains its oval, stadium shape
- Circus Maximus was so big it could seat nearly a quarter of a million people – that’s 200,000 more people than the Coliseum
- Although the Coliseum is renowned for its gory gladiator fights – it was also a venue for festivals and miniature boat races!
Things to see:
One of Rome’s most ancient landmarks, the Coliseum is a highlight on this bus tour. Stopping right outside the famous amphitheatre of ancient Rome you can see the iconic façade that has stood the test of time. From 70AD the Coliseum is steeped in history and is one of Rome’s most visited attractions. Hop off for a closer look or stay on the bus and take photos from a far and learn about the tales through time on this interactive tour.
St Peter’s Basilica
Up to the Vatican City, you will pass St Peter’s Basilica – the centre of the Catholic Church and a holy destination for pilgrims far and wide. Observe the imposing dome, Rome’s most dominant feature along its skyline, and admire the work of Michelangelo, Bramante and Bernini in its architecture. Step inside and be amazing by the sheer scale of it and why not climb up to the top for sweeping views across the city.
Rome is famous for its baroque architecture and there’s nowhere better to admire the style than in the famous Piazza Navona. Adorned with three large fountains and marble statues, the piazza is framed by baroque buildings and restaurants pouring onto the cobbles. A favourite for locals and tourists alike, it’s a great place to stop for a coffee and watch the world go by, as well as to admire the classic architecture of the city.
How to get there:
Departure points at Termini Station & St Peter’s Basilica
- St Peter’s Basilica:
- Ottaviano-S.Pietro-Musei Vaticano (Metro A line)
- Piazza del Risorgimento (Tram 19)
- Termini (Metro A & B)
- Most buses/trams
see the: full list of attractions included
The Omnia Card saved us hours in line - definitely worth the money!
We wanted to see as many things as possible during our 5 days in Rome. We saved literally hours in line at the Vatican Museums by using the Omnia Card, plus we got a free audio guide for St. Peter's Basilica. Additionally it got us free or reduced admission to the many archaeological sites we wanted to see. Lastly their customer service was phenomenal. We had lots of questions to which their staff had answers and went out of their way to ensure that we were getting the most out of our card. I would not recommend any other way to see Rome!
Laura Wasem from USA
|Monday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Sunday||09:00 - 18:00|
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