Rome City Pass

The day pass for the major attractions of Rome and public transport.

Rome City Pass

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1188 of all Rome ratings 4.4 out of 5
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"Rome pass"

5

. from USA, 08/2018
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"Lovely again"

5

Everything worked as stated. Also, the exchange of the free kids card caused no waiting and the staff were obviously familiar.

. from Österreich, 08/2018
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"Super handy! Has been worth it!"

5

Purchased a 3-day pass, you could get in very quickly everywhere. The delivered package has all explanations and insider tips included. Simply great!

. from Berlin , 08/2018

"good product"

5

We bought the product to facilitate access to attractions and transportation, it really did, it was a good decision since we did not have to worry about transportation and got access to all attractions we were looking for. Rome is an exiting city and hope to visit it again.

. from Costa Rica, 08/2018
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"Rom City Pass"

5

Very practically no queuing everything went very well

, 08/2018
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"Great with the turbo pass"

5

Everything worked out wonderfully. Rome City Pass was there within 2 days by post. No queuing in Rome, the enclosed information booklet was very helpful, especially the tip with the best pizzeria near colloseum. True, pizza, wine, price and service were great. We completed the bus trip 3 times on the same day. We recommend

. from München, 08/2018
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"Turbo pass simply tip Definitely recommendable"

5

We have only had good experiences with the passport. Without him, the holiday would have been only half as nice. To the Turbopass: Very good visual and above all informative presentation. Everything you need for a relaxing stay. It's also worth it if you can not take advantage of all the possibilities of the pass for time reasons. Was sent super fast. No long queuing at the Collosseum and the Vatican.

, 08/2018
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"Fantastic. Nowhere to wait long"

5

We recommend. I could pass the long lines everywhere and have saved a lot of time. Gladly again

. from Mainz, 08/2018
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"Super pass Definitely recommendable"

5

The Turbo Pass is definitely recommendable. Through him we had a stress-free holiday. I would even recommend him if you can not take advantage of all the possibilities of the pass. Everything went exactly as promised .. The shipping was fast. The sent documents were super informative and helped with the daily planning. Without the pass the holiday would have been half as good

, 08/2018
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"Absolute must for Rome"

5

, 08/2018
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"Absolutely recommended!"

5

With the Rome City Pass you can save long waiting times at all sights! The included use of the subway is great; the route network easy to understand.

. from Berlin, 08/2018
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"No waiting - worth gold"

5

The price of the pass is okay, but the biggest benefit is this: you do not have to wait anywhere and can pass the queue. This is really worth the gold in the summer temperatures! The bus tour is quite nice, to go up without cover in the sun, is only moderately funny. I recommend the pass because the advantage of direct access is priceless.

. from München , 08/2018
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"Perkekt for short trips"

5

Especially for a short city break you can only recommend the turbo pass. We only had 3 days in this wonderful city. Many museums and sights are integrated and thanks to extra entrances you save a lot of time. It is not dependent on taxis, since the public are already integrated. So you always get from A to B and pay nothing on it. Definitely buy recommendation.

. from Berlin, 08/2018
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"Much Rome for little money"

5

Especially for a short city break you can only recommend the turbo pass. Our 3 days Rome were more than well filled by the turbo pass but also not stressful. Many museums and sights are integrated and thanks to extra entrances you also save a lot of time. For us it was the best decision to travel with the Turbopass. The next short trip is selected based on the available cities. Definitely buy recommendation.

. from Berlin, 08/2018
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"City Trip"

5

They were warm but cool experiences in Rome with the City Pass a double pleasure no queuing, lots of attractions and much more

. from Niederbüren, 08/2018
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"Rome Travel"

5

Rome is worth the trip with the City Pass twice. No, many benefits are just great.

. from Niederbüren, 08/2018
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"A great way to explore Rome"

5

We have extensively used the Rome City Pass. The use of public transport, the quick access to the sights (Coliseum, Vatican Museums etc) without long haul, as well as the Hop on Hop off bus ride were great.

. from Telgte, 08/2018
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"Rome is worth a visit"

5

With the pass you have it much easier, because you no longer have to worry about tickets. It's not always easy to find these ticket counters, especially if you are the first time as a mother and child in Rome. The pickup on St. Peter's Square worked great, the communication went well and they were very nice. The next time I would send the passport to the hotel, but our booking was too short. The city tour with the Greenline bus line went well, even the one and get off. You can use them all day, but just for this one day-so get up early at times and plan for this day if possible, not a long museum day. We drove the day only bus, always only briefly stopped, max. 1 h, and on we went. The remaining days we tried to get along with the normal bus line, that is not always so easy, especially if the hotel is a bit out of the way. My tip- near Termini book a hotel. What worked out well after a short time, was the ride on the Metro, which come in any case and also on time, the bus, especially after 21 o'clock that often does not work so well. One more tip from me, put on a travel document bag, because you need the cards more often and always keep an eye on the eyes, the Germans also called.

, 08/2018
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"3 great days in Rome"

5

Thanks to the detailed information material, we were well informed and prepared. Everything went smoothly. We were able to pass the endless queues in front of the Collosseum and the Vatican Museums and directly without waiting. Very helpful was also the tip of direct access from the Sistine Chapel to St. Peter's Basilica.

, 08/2018

" Highly recommend "

5

The turbo pass was most definitely worth the money. The lines alone were hours long in Rome and with the turbo pass you could pass everybody and walk right in. You do have to wait in the security line, but that was no more than 5 minutes for every museum we went into. It made our whole trip so much better because we didn't get stuck in those terrible lines! I highly recommend

. from United States, 08/2018