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Omnia Pass Including Hop-on, Hop-off, and Skip-the-line Entry to Rome and Vatican

Omnia Pass Including Hop-on, Hop-off, and Skip-the-line Entry to Rome and Vatican

Get Audio Guide Sightseeing Bus Tour at the major highlights of Rome

Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

With a 24-hour, 48-hour, or even 72-hour pass to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour, you can explore Rome at your own speed. You can see all of the Eternal City’s major landmarks and hop off as frequently as you wish to explore further.

Daily, 48 hrs, 72 hrs



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Main Tour Activity

This hop-on, hop-off open bus tour is a combination of more than eight stops at this ancient city center. Here you will get an unlimited tour option which lasts for 24 Hours, 48 Hours, or even 72 hours. You can attend as many or as few of these incredible attractions as you like. A professional audio tour guide will lead you through Rome’s most influential landmarks in 7 different languages (English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Japanese). The bus stops are centered around eight different locations, including the Vatican City, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, and the Colosseum. Tours run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and you can begin or end your trip at any point around the circle, or ride the entire loop for a complete tour.

Stop 1: Terminal Open Bus

Route: Piazza della Repubblica – St. Mary of the Angels – Rome’s Opera House – Via Nazionale – Baths of Diocletian – National Roman Museum – Palazzo delle Esposizioni

What to see: While taking this route allow you to visit the distinctive and intriguing historical landmarks of Rome. St. Mary of the Angels houses the intriguing story of the 20th century, which is situated within the ancient Baths of Diocletian. This bath is the largest thermal bath in Rome from between 298 and 306 AD. Not to forget Rome National Museum. Here you can find some of the oldest and most outstanding works in the form of sculptures, artistic paintings and objects. It consists of four different museums, Crypta Balbi, Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme and Baths of Diocletian. So visiting here you are going to see all four of them.

Stop 2: S. Maria Maggiore

Route: Santa Maria Maggiore – Piazza Vittorio – St. John Lateran – Saint Peter in Chains – Via Cavour – Opium Hill

What to see: Visiting here you can experience the ancient neighbourhood as it is the key location of Rome’s famous seven hills. The Oppio Hill is the place where most common people in ancient Rome had their homes while the elite, notably the Domus Aurea, resided above.This hill along with Caspio are two high places in the Esquiline, where S. Maria Maggiore Basil stands. The location was buried after Emperor Nero died and Tito and Trajan baths were erected thereupon. See the liberty architecture, the vast squares, large piazzas, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.

Stop 3: Colosseum

Route: Colosseum – Imperial Forum – Palatine – Arch of Constantine – Arch of Titus

What to see: The Colosseum is a marvel of human ingenuity as well as a symbol of the Roman Empire’s majesty. You will deep dive into the history and architecture of this iconic Rome monument while strolling on the uneven cobblestone. With over 4.5 million visitors each year, the Forum, which was once the hub of public and political life in Historic Rome, is now the most frequented ancient monument in the Eternal City. You will be taken back to the period of triumphal processions, gladiatorial contests, trials, and public speeches when you visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Almost all public and holy structures of the Republican Rome in the Forum area including ancient Roman temples like the Saturn and basilicas.

Stop 4: Circus Maximus

Route: Circus Maximus – The Mouth of Truth – Temple of Vesta – Santa Maria in Trastevere – Trastevere – Municipal Rose Garden – Synagogue

What to see: The Circus Maximus, situated between the Aventino and Palatine Hills, an extensive area has the capacity to hold 300,000 spectators. While taking this stop explore the first official place of Christian worship, Basilica of Santa Maria, undoubtedly the first to be devoted to the Virgin Mary.

Stop 5: Piazza Venezia

Route: Piazza Venezia – Altar of the Fatherland – Campidoglio – Theatre of Marcellus – Trajan’s Column – Mercati di Traiano – Largo Argentina – Campo de’ Fiori – Pantheon

What to see: A central hub of Rome, Palazzo Venezia served as the embassy of the Republic of Venice in Rome. Theatre of Marcellus is an ancient open-air theatre in Rome, Italy, constructed in the Roman Republic’s last years. The Pantheon, which was built in AD 125, is one of Rome’s most important structures, with a history that dates back to the city’s beginnings. While exploring these places at your own pace and with your audio guide bringing the building’s fascinating history to life.

Stop 6: St. Peter’s

Route: St. Peter’s Basilica – Vatican Museum (Sistine Chapel) – Castel Sant’Angelo – Piazza Navona – Corso Vittorio Emanuele

What to see: While walking to St. Peter Square, take in the sights of the Vatican City as you pass past Castel Sant’Angelo. The magnificent structures represent this place’s immense rich history and importance.

Stop 7: Villa Borghese

Route: Villa Borghese – Via Veneto – Borghese Gallery – Bioparco – Piazza di Spagna – Trinità dei Monti

What to see: With its immense lush gardens, Palazzo Barberini represents the emergence of a papal dynasty. The major focus is on the building of a splendid residence close to the Quirinal hill. Explore the little jewel of the eternal city, Trinità dei Monti. The entire area around the Trinità dei Monti had long been under French influence, from the 16th century.

Stop 8: Piazza Barberini

Route: Piazza Barberini – Trevi Fountain – Via Sistina – Via Veneto – Borghese Gallery – Villa Borghese – Barberini Palace – Quirinale Palace

What to see: While touring the Barberini Square and Spanish Steps, take in Rome’s timeless beauty, intriguing history, and vibrant culture. Begin in Bernini Square, where you can see the magnificent Spanish Steps and the Barcaccia fountain. Visiting the Palazzo Barberini overlooking the National Gallery of Ancient Art, famous for its countless artworks.

Tour Overview

Rome has a lot to offer! There are Roman ruins, baroque squares, and Renaissance gardens, all of which give the city a captivating edge. Rome’s timeless beauty and intriguing history, along with its vibrant culture, can be seen on this hop-on hop-off bus trip. Upon boarding the Rome sightseeing bus, show your ticket and choose from eight different stops across the city.

Based on your feasibility you can explore the city as per your desire. The sights aren’t meant to be seen in a hurry! This remarkable collection of attractions is as any order. This tour features a professional tour guide who will lead you to the road of history and the context of the infinite monuments of eternal Rome. Within this hop hop-on/hop-off Rome package, travel in a way that best suits you, letting you take charge of your trip.

You will be provided an audio headset. Upon which you lead the tour in any selected language of your choice, allowing you to explore the “Eternal City” at your own pace.


  • With this Rome Hop-On, Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tour, you’ll see the rich culture and historic wonders of the city.

  • Rome’s most iconic sights can be seen on a hop-on, hop-off trip.

  • The complete tour itinerary has been meticulously arranged as per your comfort.

  • Open double-decker buses provide a panoramic view of Rome.

  • Sit back and take in all of Rome’s most famous attractions at once.

  • Itineraries include major points of interest in Rome.

  • Prepare your camera to capture your wonderful experience on this tour.

  • Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain.

  • Discover interesting facts, tales, and mysteries about old Rome history.

  • Explore the vibrant culture of the city with the tour guide amusing commentary.

What is included
  • Exclusive sightseeing by hop-on-hop-off bus

  • Unlimited trips and personalized stops

  • Free Wi-Fi support on the bus

  • Audio commentary is available in several languages (English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Japanese)

What is not included
  • Entrance fees to attractions and landmarks

  • Gratuities

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Food and drinks

  • Personal shopping

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