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Skip the line - Best of R
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Colosseo, Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Piazza Navona
3.5 hs.
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Explore the top places to visit in Rome. Our Eternal City sightseeing tour takes you to the must-see destinations: the Colosseum, Ancient Forum, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.

And you can skip the line with our Priority Access – allowing you more time to enjoy Rome.
The Best of Ancient Rome
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€ 46,00
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Colosseo, Fori Imperiali, Campidoglio
3 hs.
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Explore one of the most remarkable places to visit in Rome – the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Our expert guide will take you on an historical sightseeing tour through the vast archaeological site where in 735 B.C., Ancient Rome was born. And you can skip the line with our Priority Access - allowing you more time to enjoy Rome.

For a truly memorable experience that is wait-free and hassle-free, you will relive history as our guides bring the stories of this lost civilization back to life. Our Colosseum tour is the perfect way to see Rome in a day.
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Undiscovered Rome - Sight
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€ 67,00
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Catacombe di San Callisto, Circo di Massenzio, Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella, via Appia Antica, Acquedotto Claudio
3 hs.
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Explore some of the rarest places to visit in Rome - the Catacombs and Roman countryside. This combination bus and walking tour takes you beyond the city walls and back in time to Ancient Rome.

This Rome sightseeing tour begins with a comfortable bus ride to the Roman countryside. Starting with the famous Catacombs of San Callisto and continuing on to Circus of Maxentius with an external visit to the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella. This beautiful day trip in Rome ends with a visit to the incredible Appian Way and Claudian Aqueduct. Truly unique destinations and a must-see on your Rome itinerary.
Rome Art Walking Tour and
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€ 70,00
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Chiesa di Santa Maria del Popolo, via Ripetta, Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pace, Chiesa di Sant’Agostino, San Luigi dei Francesi, Pantheon
3 hs.
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An expert guide will accompany you on a unique Roman art walking tour spanning from Piazza del Popolo to the Pantheon – covering some of the best places to visit in Rome.

We will follow in the footsteps of the most influential and prolific painters of the Renaissance - Raphael Sanzio, and one of the most rebellious artists in Italian history - Caravaggio, who revolutionized Renaissance painting. We will discover the works of these great masters in some of the most beautiful churches in the historic center.

This Rome art walking tour concludes with an aperitivo of typical Roman tastings at a local restaurant in the Pantheon area.
Skip the line - Rome By N
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€ 30,00
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Colosseo, Fori Imperiali, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Piazza Navona
3 hs.
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Discover the magic of Rome at night. This walking tour takes you through the best places to visit in Rome as the sun sets over the city. Stroll past all of the must-see destinations, starting with the magnificent Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Capitoline Hill. Your passeggiata (leisurely Italian walk) continues as you encounter Piazza Venezia, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona - the most famous monuments in Rome, now beautifully illuminated by night. This enchanting sightseeing tour is essential when visiting Rome.
A Must-See Tour of Rome -
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Largo di Torre Argentina, Fontana delle Tartarughe, Portico d'Ottavia, Tempio Maggiore di Roma, Isola Tiberina, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza Farnese, Campo de' Fiori
3 hs.
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This must-see sightseeing tour of Rome guides you through the charming, historic neighborhoods of Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto - two of the best places to visit in Rome.

Our journey begins in the center at Largo di Torre Argentina as we enter the ghetto, visiting its most famous attractions with an external visit to the synagogue. Next on this Rome itinerary is Trastevere – the famous artistic quarter and home to the beautiful church of Santa Maria.

This unique walking tour ends in Campo de’ Fiori – a square loved by locals and filled with street artists, live music and bustling cafés. The perfect way to see the undiscovered – and very best of Rome.

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Practical Things: Public Transport
Note: the following text is originally written in English, in other languages is an automatic translation

Rome has an integrated public transport system, the tickets work on all metro, buses, and trams in the urban area. Tickets (biglietti) can be bought from tabacchi (look for the ‘T” signs outside), newsstands, and at metro stations. Regular tickets cost €1,50 and are valid for 100 minutes from the moment they are first stamped. Within those 100 minutes you are entitled to use any combination of buses, trams, and one Metro journey. You will need to stamp your ticket in the yellow machines when getting on the bus or tram, and/or put it through the turnstile when entering the Metro. A 1-day pass costs €4, and lasts from the moment you stamp it until midnight of the same day. A 7-day pass costs €24 and lasts from the moment you stamp it until midnight of the seventh day. There are also the following options: a 24-hour pass for €7, a 48-hour pass for €12,50, and a 72-hour pass for €18.
Metrò
Rome’s wealth of underground ruins, combined with a friable sub-soil, means that the two line Metro system skirts around the historic centre. The third Line C, is still under construction but some station stops are open. For now useful stops for the central sites are:

Colosseo (Line B) – for Colosseum, Forum, and Palatine Hill

Spagna (Line A) – for Piazza di Spagna, Villa Borghese

Ottaviano (Line A) – for St. Peter’s and Vatican Museums

Flaminio (line A) – for Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese

Barberini (line A) – for the Trevi Fountain
Buses
Bus stops have the numbers of the buses which serve the stop. Below each number is the list of the stops on that route. The stop that you are at (should) be marked in red; if you take the bus it will continue down along the stops listed to the end of the line. These are the regular routes, buses are sometimes subject to deviation.

A few useful routes to get you started.

40 Express – From Termini to Piazza Pia (Castel Sant’Angelo) along via Nazionale, Piazza Venezia, Largo Argentina (for the Pantheon), Corso Vittorio Emanuele (for Piazza Navona), to Piazza Pia (for Castel Sant’Angelo, St. Peter’s).

64 – From Termini to Stazione San Pietro, following much the same route as the 40, but with more stops, and terminal at the Stazione San Pietro. For St. Peter’s, get off at the stop after the tunnel once you have crossed the river. Once notorious for pickpockets, you should still be careful.

116 – This tiny electric bus cuts a meandering route through the narrow streets of the centro storico. It starts on via Porta Pinciana, just off the top of the via Veneto, and passes Piazza Barberini, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Parliamento, via Zanardelli, Corso Rinascimento, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Farnese, via Giulia, Lungotevere, Santo Spirito, Terminal Gianicolo (for St. Peter’s).

170 – From Termini along via Nazionale to Piazza Venezia, and along the river to Testaccio and EUR.

175 – From Termini, Piazza Barberini, via del Tritone, via del Corso, Piazza Venezia, Theatre of Marcellus, Aventine, Piramide, Stazione Ostiense.

714 – From Termini to Santa Maria Maggiore, San Giovanni in Laterano, Baths of Caracalla, and south to EUR along the via Cristoforo Colombo.

H – From Termini, along via Nazionale, Piazza Venezia, Largo Argentina, Ponte Garibaldi, viale Trastevere, Stazione Trastevere.

Taxis around town
Taxis are (by law at least) not allowed to pick you up by being hailed on the street. Instead there are taxi ranks dotted around town where they congregate. This combined with high prices compared to other major cities, limited licenses and a shortage of cabs, makes taking a taxi in Rome a fairly tiresome experience. Most tassisti are agreeable, manage a bit of English, and are honest with the meter. Although you rarely have to worry about this, you should keep an eye on the meter - especially when taking a taxi to and from the airport. Even if the meter is on, tricks include setting it to the after 10pm or “out of town” (extra-urbana) tariffs unjustifiably. Sadly there’s little you can do to tell if that’s the case. If it sounds absurd, protest, take down the license number, and/or ask for a receipt (ricevuta). There is no requirement to tip the taxi driver unless you wish to reward particularly good service, although it is usual to round up to nearest euro. If all this doesn’t put you off, bear in mind that most restaurants and hotels will be happy to call one for you.
Discounts
All city and state-run museums and archaeological sites offer free entrance for EU residents under the age of 18 or over 65, and discounts for EU students up to the age of 26. EU schoolteachers can also get a discount when presenting valid identification. The ticket office will require an ID, so make sure you have something with you. Non-EU students, children, and people over 65 have to pay full price. The Vatican Museums (not part of Italy or of the European Union) offers discounts to all children under 18, and all students under 26 on production of valid ID, although no discounts are available for over 65.
ROMA Pass
Roma Pass is an integrated museum and transport card. It costs €38,50 and you can pick it up at all major museums and archaeological sites in the city (except the Vatican) and Tourist Information Points. The card lasts for 3 days, which begins with the moment of the first use and runs until midnight of the third day. It offers free access to two museums or sites (the Vatican Museums are NOT included), and the Colosseum, Forum, and Palatine Hill together count as one site. After the two free sites have been visited, the card gives discounts on any further participating museums, sites, or exhibitions. Roma Pass also offers unlimited use of public transport within the urban area during the three-day period.
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