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Great way to get around and see sights but not always reliable

I did a complete round trip which took about 1 hour 40. Then stopped at a couple stops. Wish I’d stopped at each one looked around then went to next. Did night tour but first bus was full so couldn’t go on. Waited over hour for last bus and again was full and could only allow a few on. People in queue kicked off and the police were called. They did however get another bus for the rest of the queue. Glad I stuck it out tho as Rome at night is so beautiful - again did a full round trip in lights. In the morning I caught a bus to go to my Colosseum tour but it waited at bus stop for 20 mins so I missed my tour time. Check the bus is going straight away as pointless sitting on it going nowhere!

This was a very enjoyable and informative visit.

We have visited St Peter's Basilica on two previous occasions as part of other packages, and each time we learned different information. This visit was purely to the basilica and Paola, our guide, gave us a third perspective which concentrated on the history of the basilica, its key features, and the more important men and women associated with it, what they had contributed to past times, and their burials etc. within the basilica. She was really good and I'm sure the small group appreciated her efforts.

St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour: Reserved Entrance Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/23/2019

Best Hop-on Hop-off bus out of the many available

There are a number of operators in Rome and I am glad I chose this one. It is slightly more expensive then the others but this meant that for some of the other companies the lines at the bus stops were so long that people had to let one or two busses go pass as there was no space on the top. This one was busy as well but there was always a seat on the top. Stops are very conveniently located and busses run so frequent, you really never have to wait for the next one.

Fantastic, skipped the queues and got out of the heat.

Skipping the queue was great, as we got there at 10.30am and the queue was huge. We found it a bit difficult when we first got there trying to find where we had to go to skip the queue, but asked a person who we thought was a tour guide, but he was the person who validated out tickets and in we went, so we walked straight in, which was great, especially with 2 children.

Skip the line was nice due to the hot temperatures and crowds.

It was great to skip the line, but the meeting point was unclear and the entry by way of “reserved entrance” seemed more like butting/pushing our way into the security line. Once in the basilica, movement through to the audio guide desk was muddled. You also needed to get on the wifi to download an app. The basilica itself was a wonderful site to see.