Rome City Pass

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"Perfect for a quick trip to Rome"

5

The Turbo Pass for Rome is the perfect companion for a sightseeing trip to Rome. The option with the public transport ticket for the entire area of Rome including the airport is stress-free and everything worked perfectly. The possibility of entry without queuing has spared us several hours in the Vatican and the Colosseum. We were able to walk right past everyone else without a queue. For all these benefits, the price-performance ratio is good, even if the price sounds expensive at first glance. The only downside is that the climb to St. Peter's is not included. That could perhaps be introduced for the price. But with the Turbopass you have a great and stress free package. For a trip to Rome the turbo pass was the best choice for us.

. from Berlin, 07/2019
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"Ingenious invention of the Rome City Pass"

5

You do not have to worry about tickets, you do not have to fiddle with the wallet, relaxed sightseeing and shopping. It is highly recommended to get this pass.

, 07/2019
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"Good decision"

5

Through the Rome Cíty Pass we were well in a chronically crowded city. Fast access to the main sections, easy use of metro and bus, numerous free or discounted entries. We were glad to have booked the pass. Especially worth seeing is the open-air museum in the former port city of Ostia (easily reached by metro).

. from Haltern am See, 07/2019
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"Turbopass"

5

Great price performance ratio! You save a few hours while hiring !!!

, 07/2019
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"Super Pass, perfect companion for a visit to Rome"

5

We are very glad that we have booked the pass in advance. The preferred entrance to the main attractions, the free airport transfer and local transport were very pleasant and helpful. We will certainly fall back on the turbo pass on our next city tour. We recommend

. from Kaufbeuren/Deutschland, 07/2019

"Good deal!"

5

Good value for 1 to 2 days but longer than that isn’t worth the additional cost. Good deal for short term.

. from Miami, 07/2019
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"Top Pass!"

5

We have ordered fun for the second time and are very satisfied. The pass really gets all the entry to major attractions. Free public transport is a huge advantage

. from Rome, 06/2019
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"No long queues"

5

What we really liked about the Rome City Pass was that we were always able to walk past the long queues and quickly get into the museums and other attractions. The preferred entrances for Rome Pass holders were well-marked, handling easy. We can only recommend the Rome City Pass! Michaela and Wolfgang (May 2019)

. from Königswinter, 06/2019

"Rome City Pass "

5

It was very convenient! Used it immediately to ride the metro, we didnt have to find a kiosk and purchase tickets first. Skip the line was worth every penny!!!

. from Midlothian, 06/2019
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"Turbopass highly recommended"

5

Turbopass highly recommended

. from Linz, 06/2019
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"Great city pass, cheap and flexible"

5

We were with 7 people in Rome and used the pass. Everything was straightforward, so anytime in other cities again.

. from Plankstadt, 06/2019
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"Easy and fast"

5

We were doing well with the Turbo Pass. Vatican and Coliseum we booked in advance and everything was great. We were immediately able to visit the snake for a visit. Most of the museums and the Hopp on Hopp off were also free. Only for the Castel Sant'Angelo we had to pay. Transfer from the airport and local transport we also used. Can recommend the turbo pass. Everything individually book is definitely cheaper, but that's just more convenient ...;)

, 06/2019
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"Easy and fast"

5

We were doing well with the Turbo Pass. Vatican and Coliseum we booked in advance and everything went great. We were immediately able to visit the snake for a visit. Most of the museums and the Hopp on Hopp off were also free. Only for the Castel Sant'Angelo we had to pay. Transfer from the airport and local transport we also used. Can recommend the turbo pass. Everything individually book is definitely cheaper, but that's just more convenient ...;)

, 06/2019
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"Rome - city breaks"

5

We booked the Rome City Pass for 5 days. Dates for the Vatican Museum and the Coliseum are set in advance. Everything worked without problems and long queuing. Super. Metro, buses all inclusive and the on-site promised perks for bookings were easily recognized by the vendors. It was a pleasure.

. from Weißenburg, 06/2019
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"City break Rome"

5

Tip: by metro (with Roma Pass free of charge

. from Wacken, 06/2019

" Fantastic experience "

5

Must have mainly for Colosseum. Fast line feature working perfect and you can save hours compare with normal queue. The same for Vatican and other attractions.

. from Prague, 06/2019

" Highly recommended! "

5

We are totally satisfied with our experience with Turbopass Rome. As long as your visit is for at least three days, you should be able to get your money's worth out of this pass. Try to plan ahead by using the hop on hop off bus to get a better idea of what these attractions look like, and/or their proximity from one another. I think it only took an hour or so to run the full route. Then you can group the sites by zones such as: 1) Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Palatine Hills, Circus Maximus, 2) Vatican Museums, St. Peter's Square, St. Angelo's Castle, 3) Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, etc. We wish that the Domus Aurea was included but that was no big deal. And if you are planning to see a lot of museums (like we did), then you will benefit even more. The skip the line feature is especially good for the Colosseum and the Vatican.

, 06/2019
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"It was all very good"

5

Everything worked perfectly and the delivery was very fast

. from Schöneck, 05/2019
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"Rome City Pass fully enjoyed!"

5

We used the pass to reach most of Rome's sights and spared us some queuing. A special experience was the trip to Ostia and a walk on the beach to the next fishing village. The great fish meal in the fishing village was an additional experience. In summary: Rome was a great experience and the Rom Pass was very helpful.

. from Stuhr, 05/2019
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"This passport works as indicated - very good."

5

If you want to go through a side entrance to the Forum Romana you have to show the Colloseum Ticket, the City Pass is not valid there. The small exit in the Sistine Chapel, so that the same at the St. Peter's Dome entrance works great. Thanks for the hint. The metro card worked great too.

. from Westerham, 05/2019