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Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

1. Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

The open-top, double-decker bus provides fantastic views and a great atmosphere to enjoy Rome's charm. From the iconic Colosseum and the famous Spanish Steps to the stunning Vatican, the city's history and majestic architecture will take your breath away. A fully narrated audio tour allows you to discover over 10 locations throughout the city with daily departures from the starting point at Termini Railway Station. You have the option to join the tour from any of the stops on the route. You may also experience the “eternal city” on foot with fantastic digital, self-guided walking tours. Some of the locations you can see on the tour route include: Colosseum Roman Forum Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna Vatican St. Peter's Square Piazza Navona Pantheon Castel Sant'Angelo Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Circus Maximus Piazza Venezia Altare della Patria Piazza Barberini Termini Railway Station

Rome: Audience Pope Francis with Tour Guide

2. Rome: Audience Pope Francis with Tour Guide

After meeting your guide, listen as he illustrates the history of the Holy See and of Rome's popes. Learn about the important details of the magnificent and iconic St. Peter's Square and Basilica. Follow your guide as he escorts you to your seat for the event. Sit back and relax as you enjoy a spiritual experience with Pope Francis. Once the event ends, meet your guide so he can give you some more information on your stay in Rome before you head out for the night.

Rome: Vatican After Hours Private Tour

3. Rome: Vatican After Hours Private Tour

Enjoy an exclusive night tour of the Vatican and see one of the richest collections of art in the world without the daytime crowds or Midday heat. Learn about its masterpieces in a quiet, stress-free environment. Included are highlights of the papal palaces, from the Greek statues of the Lacoon to the magnificent Raphael Rooms. Experience a peaceful and much calmer Sistine Chapel. The tour concludes with a stroll to St. Peter’s Square, where you will get an orientation tour of the Basilica, and enjoy the rare sight of the square devoid of people. Availability is limited, and tours take place just once a week, departing each Friday at 19:30, so make sure to book early.

In-depth Guided Tour of St. Peter's Basilica & Square

4. In-depth Guided Tour of St. Peter's Basilica & Square

Start your tour in St. Peter's Square and be fascinated by its architectural secrets. Discover the optical illusions as were thought by its designer, Bernini. Enter the Basilica and be amazed by its magnificence. Marvel at the mosaics all around you and see why it took 150 years to rebuild. Walk past renowned masterpieces of Renaissance and Neoclassical art with your expert guide. Stand in front of the harmonious 98.5-foot high canopy, and appreciate the expressive power and delicate beauty of Michelangelo's "Pietà". Conclude your tour by descending to the underground grottoes to see St. Peter's tomb. Touch the ancient walls of the original 4th-century Basilica while you admire the work of the beautiful frescoes within.

Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour + Colosseum, Forum & Palatine Hill

5. Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour + Colosseum, Forum & Palatine Hill

Experience the best of Rome with a 24-hour open-top hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus taking you through the Eternal City and its major highlights. Hop off and explore at your own pace, plus receive admission to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tour While aboard the bus, listen to engaging audio commentary in 9 languages to learn about Rome’s long and rich history. When hopping off, continue the adventure by taking advantage of the complimentary digital, self-guided walking tours. Explore the Vatican first, passing Castel Sant’Angelo en route to St. Peter’s Square to take in awe-inspiring views of St. Peter’s Basilica. Discover Barberini Square and the iconic Spanish Steps before taking a stroll nearby to soak in the stunning beauty of Trevi Fountain.  Big Bus Rome Red Route: • Termini Station• Santa Maria Maggiore• Colosseum• Circo Massimo• Piazza Venezia• Vatican / Castel Sant’Angelo• Spanish Steps• Piazza Barberini  Colosseum Enjoy the included access to the Colosseum, an amphitheater built during the Roman Empire that entertained Romans for over 500 years. Explore the site and use the audio guide to hear tales of exotic animal exhibitions, prisoner executions, ancient battle recreations, and most famously, the fierce gladiator fights. Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Visit the Roman Forum, the birthplace of Ancient Rome, and explore what was once the heart of the Empire. Learn how the Forum was the central point of Ancient Rome’s politics, religion, and culture. See where Romans voted in their elections, watched trials, and gathered to hear speeches. Explore Palatine Hill, which was once the high-society neighborhood of Ancient Rome’s grand elite. Explore the ruins that Roman emperors and aristocrats once called home.

Rome: 9 Hour VIP Private Shore Excursion Cruise Pier Pickup

6. Rome: 9 Hour VIP Private Shore Excursion Cruise Pier Pickup

Your trip begins with collection from the cruise terminal in the morning, to arrive at the Colosseum by 11:00 AM, where you will be whisked to the front of the queue. Immediately begin exploring this majestic ruin, the largest amphitheater built during the Roman Empire, designed to entertain the masses with brutal, violent spectacles. Its capacity is estimated to have been 70,000 people, who were all admitted free of charge to watch vicious gladiator fights and hunting simulations involving exotic animals. Included in your skip-the-line tickets is the entrance to the Palatine Hill and Imperial Forums. Explore both above ground and below, marveling at the unbelievable engineering techniques of the Romans and the intricate theatrical system of hoists, ramps, and trapdoors that made the arena function (included in the underground option). For an extra fee you can purchase a guided tour option, an audio or video tour, or complete underground tour. All are available in many different languages. After about three hours, head over to St. Peter’s Square, where you can marvel at the Sistine Chapel, take in the ornate Basilica, and gasp at the massive outdoor plaza. The tour has 18 other possible stops, according to your preference, to be explored at your own pace. Wherever you decide to roam in Rome, the minivan will pick you up at 16:00, and you can take a nap while being safely returned to your ship.

Rome: Private Night Tour by Car

7. Rome: Private Night Tour by Car

Experience a private Rome tour by car to cover the city from top to bottom. You will follow the river, traveling along the ancient walls and driving through Rome's beautiful hills. Along the way you will begin to understand the innumerable expansions and contractions that the city has undergone from its birth, over 2,700 years ago. Throughout your private Rome tour by car, you will be told about the people who inhabited the city, the wealthiest neighborhoods, changes in population, what they did for a living, their relationships with the river, the hills, and the monumental ruins of the ancient city. You will learn how the cultural and political center of the city was moved and redesigned several times, especially as part of the journey from Paganism to Christianity. Starting at Capitoline Hill, the ancient and sacred heart of the Pagan city, you will explore the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus, the Aventine Hill, the Boarian Forum, the Olitorian Forum, The Spanish Steps, and the Pincio Hill which has spectacular views over the rooftops of downtown Rome. You will also discover Piazza del Popolo, Augustus' Mausoleum, Castel' Sant'Angelo, The Bridge of Angels, St. Peter's Basilica, Trastevere, and the Janicolum Hill, with the entire city glittering at your feet. At the conclusion of your comprehensive Roman experience, you will return back to Piazza Venezia.

Rome: St. Peters' Basilica and the German Cemetery

8. Rome: St. Peters' Basilica and the German Cemetery

Visit a lesser-known spot in Rome: the German cemetery at the Vatican. Enter the Vatican through a back door and encounter a small oasis of calm. Learn more about the oldest German national foundation in Rome. Afterward, see priceless works of art and hear interesting stories as you visit St. Peter's Basilica. Admire the grandiose dome at one of the world's largest churches. See the bronze baldachin under the dome, which is as big as a ten-story house.

Rome: Eternal City Highlights Minivan Tour

9. Rome: Eternal City Highlights Minivan Tour

Tour the area aboard a comfortable minivan as you learn more from our local guide. Avoid the extensive and tiring walk and crowd, this tour is perfectly designed to give a pleasant and enjoyable experience to the visitors away from the tourist bustle. Experience the amazing atmosphere as the guide features the main attractions of the Eternal city. Rome is well known for its vast metropolis of classical architecture, incredible food, gardens, art, history and a world famous-film industry. Don’t miss this lifetime event. Make sure to take the best pictures or selfies as you will have time to get off and witness some monuments up close. Explore and marvel the famous landmarks from the outside, see the statuesque Colosseum, Roman Forum, Capitoline Hill, Venice Square, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Navona Square and the heart of Rome; St. Peter’s Square.

Rome: Romantic Hidden Spots Guided Walking Tour

10. Rome: Romantic Hidden Spots Guided Walking Tour

Rome can be chaotic, Rome can be exciting, Rome can be utterly romantic, the perfect place to spend your honeymoon. Join our private tour to discover the most intimate sites in Rome, this is a off the beaten track tour, wear confortable shoes and get ready to experience this life time adventure. Our tour guide will meet you at the Circus Maximum from where you will climb the Aventine hill, one of the seven hills of Rome, nowadays an exclusive and elegant district. Have a peek at Rome’s municipal rose garden, enjoy the stunning view from the Giardino degli Aranci, this is a unique place disregarded by most tourists. The gaze ranges from the Tiber to the Temples of the Forum Boarium, from Santa Maria in Cosmedin, to the Janiculum and St.Peter’s dome. Just near by you will visit three of the most ancient churches in Rome: Basilica of Santa Sabina, Church of Santa Prisca and Basilica of San Saba. And now… get ready to shot the most iconic photograph of your trip: St. Peter’s Dome in an exceptional perspective from the Knights of Malta Keyhole. According to the legend, the Aventine Hill is a huge ship sacred to the Knights Templar. This ship, at some point, is supposed to set sail towards the Holy Land. During the tour you will learn history, art, stories, legends and also tradition and habits regarding Italian weddings, last but not least you will taste the delicious “confetti”, which are not shredded paper but sugared almond candies unmissable in any Italians celebrations. This tour will allow you to discover so many hidden corners that will make this experience unforgettable.

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based on 16,855 reviews

Emmanuelle picked us up promptly, and took us to almost every important monument in Rome, he parked close to everything and allowed us time to enjoy a delicious lunch in Rome. Don’t think about it, book the trip.

I've never been on a hop-on-hop-off bus tour before, but as there was a heat wave in Rome when we were there, it was too hot to trot around the city.

The Colosseum stop is a bit off the beaten path so not easy to find, but the rest of the tour was smooth and informative

Nove and kind and friendly staff Excelent view with audio guide. You see all atractions exept around VATICAN

excellent means of transport to visit the main wonders of Rome.I recommend it.