Hopp-på-hopp-av-tur i Roma
Ta med deg billetten, stig om bord, og la deg imponere av alle Romas attraksjoner. Du kan stige av og på bussen slik du selv ønsker på de åtte stoppene. Sjekk ut Colosseum, hvor de blodige gladiatorkampene fant sted, og ta en nærmere titt på Piazza Venezia, hvor det storslagne Viktor Emanuel II-monumentet står. Du kan også hoppe av ved Trevifontenen for å kaste en mynt ned i vannet, eller ved Vatikanstaten for å se Peterskirken.
Stig av og på ved stoppene slik du selv ønsker, eller bli om bord og få med deg hele turen (omtrent 1,5–2 timer) mens du ser på attraksjonene og lytter til lydkommentaren om bord. Og siden det er gratis WiFi på bussen, kan du blogge, tvitre eller laste opp og dele bilder hele veien.
48-timers billett som inkluderer køfri inngang til Colosseum, Forum Romanum og Palatinerhøyden Oppgrader 48-timersbilletten til å inkludere køfri inngang til tre av Romas mest populære antikviteter: Colosseum, Forum Romanum og Palatinerhøyden. Gå rett forbi de beryktede lange køene ved Colosseum, og utforsk første og andre etasje av denne imponerende romerske arenaen, som en gang var åstedet for blodige gladiatorkamper. Deretter kan du gå forbi køen og inn på Forum Romanum, her finner du sammenraste templer, gater og pilarer, og Palatinerhøyden, en av de sju høydene i det antikke Roma.
48-timersbillett som inkluderer inngang til Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell La deg imponere over prakten i Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell når du oppgraderer hopp-på-hopp-av-billetten din på 48 timer til å inkludere inngang til disse to høydepunktene i Roma. Besøk Vatikanmuseene for å se uvurderlige kunstverk, billedvev og kart, og stig inn i helligheten Det sixtinske kapell for å se det malte taket, Michelangelos store mesterverk.
48-timers billett med alt inkludert: inngang til Colosseum, Forum Romanum, Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell Hvorfor gå glipp av noen av Romas beste attraksjoner? Få mest mulig ut av tiden i Italias hovedstad ved å oppgradere hopp-på-hopp-av-billetten din på 48 timer til å inkludere inngang til byens fire mest populære attraksjoner: køfri inngang til Colosseum, Forum Romanum og Palatinerhøyden, pluss inngang til Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell. Dette er den beste måten å få sett mye av Roma på kort tid på.
- Sightseeingtur med hopp-på-hopp-av-buss
- Køfri inngang til Colosseum, Forum Romanum og Palatinerhøyden (hvis dette velges)
- Inngang til Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell (hvis dette velges)
- Køfri inngang til Colosseum, Forum Romanum og Palatinerhøyden, pluss inngang til Vatikanmuseene og Det sixtinske kapell (hvis dette velges)
- Lydguide om bord, på åtte forskjellige språk
- WiFi om bord
- Inngangsbilletter til attraksjoner (med mindre noe annet er oppgitt)
- Driks (valgfritt)
- Henting og bringing ved hotellet
- Mat og drikke
- Bekreftelse fås ved bestilling.
- Roma kommune kan innføre nye forskrifter og begrenset tilgang for alle hopp-på-hopp-av-turer i byen Roma uten forvarsel. Det kan påvirke antallet tilgjengelige stopp og/eller ruten for denne turen. Den nøyaktige reiseruten blir oppgitt på reisedagen
- På søndager og utvalgte helligdager (påske) kan det være begrenset fremkommelighet i enkelte områder i Roma. Holdeplassene som ofte berøres av dette, er Colosseo og Circo Massimo
- Tilgjengelig for rullestolbrukere (kun nederste nivå). Elektriske rullestoler kan ikke benyttes av tekniske grunner. Den best tilgjengelige holdeplassen er Via Marsala (Termini stasjon)
- Merk at Vatikanmuseet er stengt på søndager og enkelte offentlige helligdager
- Det kan være begrenset inngang til Colosseum på grunn av sikkerhetsforskrifter, og kunden kan bli gitt en egen tid for å besøke Colosseum. Det vil likevel være mulig å få prioritert adgang til og besøke det fantastiske området i Palatium og Forum Romanum
- Lørdag 25. mars 2017 vil Colosseum vil være stengt på grunn av feiringen av 60-årsjubileet til EU, og vi kan ikke garantere tilgangen til følgende stopp: S. M Maggiore, 3 Colosseo, Circo Massimo, Piazza Venezia
This is a great way to view all the attractions in Rome. We got a two day ticket brought online before our visit. When waiting for the bus, keep watching out for it as we were told to wait at a stop and when it arrived it stopped about 3 stops away so we had to walk quickly to make sure we didn't miss it. Otherwise was a great way to get about Rome and with the earphones that were supplied it gave an excellent and informative talk about the attractions as we approached them.
Overall a good tour. The only issue was that the machine to print the passes was not working in the bus so it took a long time for us to get our passes.
Great way to see the city and all the popular sights. We road the bus almost the whole way around the first trip just to get our bearings. Got off at the 7th stop (Spanish Steps) and walked to the Harley Davidson Shop about 12 minutes away. Then Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountian. Back on the bus and repeated the route and got off at the highlights.
This food tour has changed my opinion completely about all food tours. It was AMAZING!!! Our tour guide Luca was very kind, informative, humorous, etc. All the food was delicious with alot of different variety if foods to taste. You will not regret it.
This was a very knowledgeable and interesting guided tour of the highlights of Rome. We enjoyed the easy to use bus system and the tour guide was great.
The bus gave a good overview but the narration was a recording and did not contain a lot of information. There were only 8 stops so you still had to do a lot of walking to/ from the stops. Also, at some of the stops; they waited several minutes before continuing on. Also it starts running at 9 am so it was too late to get us to our tours which started earlier. So would not take again in Rome. City bus was 1.5 euro and worked well enough.
A great way to get around Rome, so easy to use and plenty of buses and stops!! The headphones provided were informative and the map provided was really useful and easy to use.
I've use it is New York and used it again in Rome. Always the same pleasure. Took the 48 hours pass and the 1st day did a complete Tour to target the site to visit. Very pleasant.
excellent for a good overview of the city - so many tour busses - need more explicit instructions as to locations and which bus line is on the voucher
The hop on hop off bus tour worked so well for us, we found it easy to use and we were able to see most of rome.
These tours are always great. They stop at all the big sights of the city. Very convenient way to see the city and the sights.
Bought the ticket 2 days before we left. It was printed on the ticket that we had a skip the line entrance into the Coliseum. When we went to use it, we were told we had to book a time in advance as the rules had changed. So it slightly messed up our schedule for that day. The redemption process was very confusing, we waited 10 minutes for some guy at one of the checkpoints. We went to our first stop which was the Vatican, we were told we should leave an hour to get to the Coliseum for our slotted time, so we did. Halfway to the Coliseum they stopped the bus and told us to all get off the bus as it would leave again for the next stop in 30 minutes. No reason given. So it would have taken 40 minutes to go 3 stops if we would have waited, which meant we would be late for our scheduled entry time at the Coliseum. So we ended up running and paying 20 Euros for a cab to get there. In hindsight it would have been easier, cheaper and faster to pre book all of the sites and just get there on our own. It was so chaotic as some sites you came to required you to show your ticket from the bus company AND exchange for a ticket to the site. Not sure why the hop on hop off pass was universal and got you into everything with a bar code. Required extra time waiting in line for ANOTHER ticket which we didn't expect. At one point the woman on the bus told me she would email me the tickets to the advanced booked time at the coliseum, it never got emailed to me. Only to find out I was supposed to check in at ANOTHER check point to GET THE EMAIL with the tickets for the entrance. It just felt like tons and tons of checkpoints and waiting and no clarity on where to go and what to do next. We would only find out when we got to the site that we had followed the process incorrectly. A process that wasn't fully explained at all.
Only used the bus to get to the Colosseum and the Vatican but they were excellent and very organized l. Best way to see Rome
I have done “Hop on Bus” in other cities, it gives you an idea of the city layout. Not so much with this tour. The bus didnt get close to a few of the important sites. The audio was not insync with the sites. Many important sites were not pointed out. Happy we only bought one day. There are a few different “Hop on and Off” buses. Not sure if any of them could get closer to the same sites.
The hop on hop off bus was easy to use and very convenient for when your feet started to hurt. The stops were well placed and signposted and the guys on the street selling tickets were happy to show us where to go at first.
We booked a bus tour and tickets for St Peter’s - obtaining the bus ticket was simple but then we were given a hand written note and pointed in the general direction of the office for the rest. After eventually finding the office we were given another hand written note and pointed to the bascillica. No one there had a clue so we just gave up on it - lesson learned.
We arrived to find that this company had much shorter hours than the other tour bus companies from 9:30am -5:30pm. Also the weekend that we were booked an event had them closing at 2pm on Saturday and we had 48 hour tickets from Friday at 4pm to Sunday at 9am, when we were flying home. Since they were going to be closed down, we were given tickets that proved to be utterly useless. There was no skipping the line and the attractions closed when our tickets were timed for?!!! Useless compensation and no notice given of the "special hours" even though we booked well in advance and their closing was annual. We also noted that 2 other bus companies continued running until much later and did not close, but accommodated the routes. Waste of money!!! If you do book a tour, go with someone else for the bus tour. The green bus looked great and ran well into the evening!
All the stops are at least 3 - 4 blocks from sightseeing. Not for people who have trouble walking. Just ride for the overview experience.