Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
- Ride for 72 hours
- 4 available routes
What you'll do
The ultimate way to explore Rome: take in views of the Colosseum, St Peter's Basilica, and Circus Maximus from the comfort of a Rome city tour bus and hop on and off to explore at your leisure.
Enjoy a Hop-on Hop-off bus pass with the OMNIA Vatican & Rome Pass.
- Ticket valid for 72 hours with your OMNIA Card.
- Valid on Vatican&Rome, Big Bus Roma and City Sightseeing Roma buses.
- Hop on and off at your leisure .
- This attraction is included with your OMNIA card, which allows you free entry to Vatican City attractions.
The best way to discover the Italian capital is with a Hop-on Hop-off Rome bus tour.
See all of the city's popular and iconic sights from a Rome open-top bus tour 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 see the sights without tiring yourself out.
- Santa Maria Maggiore
- Circus Maximus
- Venice plaza
- Soragna square
- Barberini square
Things to see
One of Italy’s top landmarks, the Colosseum is a highlight on the Rome hop on hop off bus tour. With a stop directly outside the famous amphitheater of ancient Rome, you’ll be able to witness the iconic façade that has stood the test of time.
St Peter’s Basilica
Venture further into the Vatican City, as this bus tour takes you to St Peter’s Basilica – the center 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.
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 favorite 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.
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 Colosseum
- Although the Colosseum was renowned for its gory gladiator fights – it was also a venue for festivals and miniature boat races!
Know before you go
Getting in: show your OMNIA Card when boarding the bus.
This attraction is included with your OMNIA Card, which also allows you free entry to several Vatican attractions.
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