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Overall rating
4.2 / 5
based on 1,363 reviews

Get info on the buses before going. A map app is a must. Go metro.

Once I landed and asked a couple of people I found the information desk. She handed me a square and said the pass is in there have a good day. I started to make my way to the train station and paid for a ticket because I wasn’t aware of what the pass covered. Once off the train I started to walk towards the Colosseum with my map app. I tried to find a bus and the first and second said it wasn’t for them. Finally I jumped on the right bus and started to go. I assumed it took you around town, No, if there wasn’t a lady who spoke English I would have ended up in the country because the bus driver only spoke Italian. I got off on a random road went to the other side and waited 20 minutes for the next bus to come and take me back to town. I didn’t use the bus because I was unaware of the system. I used the metro and the buses from the terminal. Went to the castel of StAng, my bus I needed didn’t show. Had to go back to the terminal. I’m glad I had a map app or I would’ve been lost.

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card Reviewed by

We had a great, knowledgable tour guide! Maria was very good!

Our tour guide took us to all the highlights. She kept us interested the whole time--and for 90+ degree weather and swarms of people, that's pretty impressive! I definitely recommend this tour to anyone going to Pompeii as there are no signs explaining what you are looking at. Our knowledgable tour guide identified interesting archeological aspects of Pompeii that I would never have looked twice at.

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card Reviewed by

The Roma Pass was our passport to two days of solid pleasure in Rome!

We visited the historic sites of Rome that we wanted to. Our experience was pure magic, the ancient history, often so spectacularly preserved! Rome is authentic and a special city. Even the shopping streets are special. This was an enriching and thoroughly enjoyable few days in our lives. The only problem was that it was way too short and absolute reason to return!

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card Reviewed by

Great for skipping the lines and getting around Rome!

Bypassing the line at the Colosseum and Roman Forum was by far the best. Once you see the lineup, it almost makes you not want to go in - but the pass made it all worth it. The metro is a easy to take and will get you around Rome in no time. Highly recommend.

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card Reviewed by

Great but make sure you follow instructions before the tour.

Great time saver (skipped the line at the Colosseo). Just make sure you convert your voucber to a card (ticket) before you go to the entrance. We did not and had to walk, like, a km to their office from the Colosseo entrance.

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card Reviewed by

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