Rome Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket: 24, 48, or 72-Hour
- Spend as little or as long as you like at the various stops along the way
- Hop on and off at any of the 8 stops or stay seated to enjoy the whole loop
- Listen to the interesting audio commentary onboard
- Share your sightseeing experiences with your friends and family with free WiFi on the buses
What to Expect
Legend tells of Romulus and Remus and the 7 hills of Rome. Today the city is home to one of the world's largest churches, the Basilica di San Pietro of the Vatican, approached through a marvelous elliptical piazza, as well as the magnificent Colosseum, cinematic Trevi Fountain, and romantic Spanish Steps. With its vibrant café culture and quaint trattorias, Rome never fails to inspire.
With daily departures from 09:00 to 19:00, get to know the city on the open-top sightseeing bus and become a modern Roman as you are immersed in city life.
The full loop takes 100 minutes and you can jump off at any of the following points along the way:
Line A Stops:
Stop 1: Terminal A. Termini Marsala / Terminal B. Largo di Villa Peretti
Stop 2: Santa Maria Maggiore
Stop 3: Colosseo
Stop 4: Circo Massimo
Stop 5: Piazza Venezia
Stop 6: Vaticano
Stop 7: Fontana Di Trevi
Stop 8: Piazza Barberini
- WiFi on the buses
What's Not Included
- Attraction tickets
What to Remember
• Start the tour from any of the Line A stops between 09:00 and 19:00
• Tour duration: 100 minutes
• Frequency: Every 10 minutes (April – October); every 15-20 minutes (November – March)
• You can enjoy free WiFi on the buses in Rome - blog, tweet, and upload photos along the way
It was ok but had to wait too long in the heat to board
We waited 45 minutes for a shuttle because of line up. I bought the tickets on line for 25 euros, only to find out I could have bought them direct for only $20 euros. When I purchased online, the confirmation email said I could show my voucher using my mobile device or a printed copied. Because of this, I didn't print a copy. After waiting in line for 45 minutes, once we got into the bus, I was told showing my proof of purchase on my mobile device was not good enough. I argued for a few minutes but got no where. The gal was rude and unapologetic. She could not explain why their internet said I could show my mobile device. I had to leave the bus and go find an internet café. The other big issue is that the bus stops so far away from the attraction! When we stopped at The Spanish Steps a group of us got off the bus and had absolutely no idea which direction to even start walking. And expect a long line up at each point to jump on. Pure chaos and people shoving and buddy.
I paid for a 3 day ticket thinking it would help us with a quick overview of Rome, and also help us get around if we were tired. We went to pick the bus up from the Trevi Fountain and had to wait for 10 mins, only to find it was so busy when it arrived we had to wait for another, then there was only downstairs seating left. The next stop we managed to go up the top, but then the following stop the bus was parked up for 15 mins, so the actual tour was a lot of stop/starting and we never used it again. I am not mega fit, but I found everything in Rome within easy walking distance, so by the time we had waited for a bus, would have walked there. I would rather have saved the money and used a taxi, which was so easy to find, if I really couldn't walk to the next location.
It was raining into the bus. So we got very wet. The tape was not in time with the journey. It was busy. It is usually good and informative but not on this occasion.