Hop on our Rome Open Bus Tour and check out all the top landmarks of Rome around you, Get off at Piazza Venezia Stop and start your walking tour with a professional local guide, Discover the Jewish Ghetto and its timeless atmosphere, See the Pantheon with its unique dome, Throw your coin inside Trevi Fountain and make a wish!, Stroll by the Spanish Steps, End in beauty with a creamy and tasty Gelato…it’s on us!
Rome Open Bus Tour & Rome Walking Tour
If you are a hodophile (one who loves to travel) or an opacarophile (one who loves sunset), and you haven’t seen the Eternal City, Rome at sunset, meaning you have missed a few of the most popular tourist attractions.
This tour lets you enjoy several tourist attractions with the help of the Rome open bus tour and the Rome walking tour. To enjoy it better, spend a sunset there! Because it looks amazingly stunning.
COVID-19 epidemiological emergency
Updated: July 23, 2021
As provided for by the Decree-Law 23 July 2021, n. 105 “Urgent measures to address the COVID-19 epidemiological emergency and for the safe exercise of social and economic activities”, from August 6th to December 31st.
Access to cultural and recreational activities (cinemas, theatres, indoor or outdoor venues for events such as concerts or other kinds of events) will be granted only to individuals aged over 12 years, with a COVID-19 Green Certificate (Green Pass.
As provided for by the Decree-Law 26 November 2021, n. 172 “Urgent measures to address the COVID-19 epidemiological emergency and for the safe exercise of social and economic activities”:
– from November 29th 2021 in the territories included in the yellow and orange area;
– from December 6th 2021 to January 15th 2022 also in the territories included in the white area;
Explore Rome, the Eternal City!
Rome is the capital city of Italy, built on 7 hills, and is especially known for its fantabulous architecture, such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, and Pantheon, etc.
Rome is 2,773 years old and was founded on April 21, 753 BC, it encircles an area of 1285 kilometers square with many sights. It was the Roman Empire center that ruled for a long period on the European Continent.
The Eternal City, Rome has more than nine hundred churches including the largest church in the world, St. Peter’s Basilica, located in the Vatican City. The sky over Rome is awe-inspiring and the sunsets are breathtaking throughout the year, no matter which part of the city you are in, you can experience the most magnificent sunset there.
It’s one of the top-ranked and most popular tourist cities due to the incredibly fantastic views it provides and a point to consider, over four million people visit Rome every year.
The Best Part Is:
The best part about going on a tour to Rome is its traveling to and in several enchanting destinations by the means of the Rome open bus tour and the Rome walking tour. Both of them have great ways to make fun and enjoy because they are the reasons that make your tour the most memorable one.
And the best place we include for you to see in this tour is the most popular place, one of the seven wonders of the world the Colosseum, visiting there and spending your valuable time in such a precious place connects you to the gladiator wars that occurred in the era of the Roman Empire.
Numerous tourists visit there and keep the memories safe in both hearts and cameras.
What Makes It So Special?
There might not be a single spot or a single part of the tour that makes it so special, Rome is indeed special as a whole, but the tourist attractions besides the Colosseum we offer you to see in the form of your Rome open bus tour and Rome walking tour include are listed below.
Circo Massimo is a historical Roman chariot-racing stadium and entertainment plus an enchanting spot in Rome. It is a vast racing track surrounded by stone walls. Additionally, Circo Massimo was the biggest stadium in prehistoric Rome.
The next place that makes the tour special is the Trevi Fountain that is located at the corner of three roads and symbolizes the ending of Aqua Virgo. It’s one of the great tourist attractions in Rome.
The name Trevi Fountain means 3 street fountain. The middle statue is of Oceanus, who was considered as the God of rivers or freshwater.
They are the widest steps in Rome that represent the symbolic and metaphorical close relation between Rome and its Sacred places. Many events occur in these steps, and these are the reasons why people love to see them.
Piazza di Spagna
The next special tourist attraction we let you see is Piazza di Spagna, which is located at the bottom of the Spanish Steps just a minute away from the Spanish Steps.
It is known as the most beautiful square of Rome where the 4 main roads meet together, those roads are Via di Teatre Marcello, Via Dei Fori Imperiali, Via del Plebiscito, and Via del Corso, and is a great spot to visit.
Santa Maria Maggiore
Santa Maria Maggiore is one of the seven churches of Rome where pilgrims go. It is the most important, oldest, and stunning church in Rome, where we would love to take you and let you enjoy this beautiful and sacred place.
During your visit, you can look forward to:
- Regular temperature checks for employees
- Safe for children
- Sanitized for your safety
- Face masks required for participants
- Ensures the safety of visitors and staff
- Updates travelers on any changes immediately
- Transport by Panoramic Open Bus
- Available in 9 languages. (Audio)
- Digital Walking Tour
- Food & Drink
Not Suitable For
- Mobility-impaired people.
- Wheelchair users.
- A top-rated experience – we know you’ll love it!
Measures Taken to Ensure Safety
- Precautions have been taken to ensure safety.
- We clean all areas where customers come into contact regularly.
- There are a limited number of visitors in order to avoid crowds.
What to bring
- Comfortable clothes
- Luggage or large bags
Know Before You Go
- Not suitable for people in wheelchairs or with mobility disabilities
- Not recommended for people with back problems or heart conditions
- Comfortable shoes and clothes are advised
- You will receive a separate Email has your Tickets within 1h-24h, so please book your tickets before your arrival.
- This ticket is non-refundable, non-transferable
Specification: Rome at Sunset – Rome Open Bus Tour & Digital Walking Tour
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