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"Everything was great"

5

"Very good "

5

Price quality is more than what you expect, I was very happy with it and easy to use

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"We are very happy that we got the Rome City Pass."

5

I can only recommend it. Everything that was described in the Turbopass was also adhered to. It is very well organized. We would also like to use it in other cities.

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"A good thing!"

5

Basically it's great, as long as the local organizers - regardless of the Turbopass and depending on the season - also participate as they should. Customer service for questions etc. is really good, we are very satisfied. All in all it's a very good price for a family of four! We'd be happy to go again, but not in Rome!

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"Nice staff - time saved - everyone happy"

5

We booked the Turbopass for 3 days for our city trip to Rome and were not disappointed. If you read through the detailed and clear information, you know exactly what to do. We specified time slots for the Vatican and the Colosseum, but were then informed that only later access was available for the Colosseum, which was not a problem at all. The staff from whom we had to collect tickets for the Pantheon, the Colosseum for children and the Castel Sant'Angelo, for example, were always very friendly and accommodating. All in all, great for a city trip, as you can save a lot of time and hassle.

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"All in and no queuing"

5

I can only recommend a pass like this, it saves you a lot of time and you can explore more. It's easy to use and hassle-free routes with very friendly staff. For many people who don't know what Rome has to offer, it's a good compass to help you find your way around. The provider also has lots of helpers on site to guide you to the right place, and if you use the pass correctly, you'll save a lot of money. A tip: never forget your ID, it can be difficult without it, especially at the Colosseum!!!!!!! I particularly enjoyed the catacombs tour this time. There was a lot of information and, on top of that, a lot of fun with the driver and guide..........and there was a lot to see on the trip alone. It was simply stunningly beautiful again, Rome is always worth a trip, and the City Pass opens many doors.

"Outstanding service "

5

We have bought Turbopasses for both Paris and Rome. This review is for the Rome pass. I found it to be extremely helpful to have and made the process of booking tours and ticket pickup easy. The vendors were very helpful and knowledgeable about the process and guided us. That assures me that Turbopass puts the client first. Which, when one is far from home and cannot speak the language of the city visited, that help is there. I recommend Turbopass highly.

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"Super"

5

Everything went very well. No waiting times. Unfortunately, the time we spent in Rome was not enough to experience everything that was included in the Rome City Pass.

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"Great pass, just perfect for Rome"

5

We bought the Turbopass for our Rome city trip and were really happy with it. It included a lot: public transport tickets for the duration of our stay (bus, subway), skip-the-line tickets for the Vatican Museums, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Castel Sant'Angelo and much more, a 48-hour ticket for hop-on hop-off buses, etc. The tickets in particular were worth their weight in gold! At many attractions - especially the Vatican Museums - there was a huge queue in front of the ticket counters. The option of just going straight in without having to wait was great and saved us a lot of time. I did a rough calculation: if we had bought all the things we used with the Turbopass directly, individually and on site, it would have been just under €50 cheaper. I was very happy to invest these €50 in the time we saved. Great thing. I would do it again any time.

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"Positively surprised! Saved time and money!"

5

Great stuff. Everything worked out. Lots to read, but that's exactly how it was on site. The fast lines were particularly time-saving. It was also worth it financially. But I always received a precise answer to written inquiries on the same day. We are delighted.

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"Great. 100 percent recommend."

5

Vatican Museums.

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"Everything worked out perfectly."

5

I had hoped that there would be a pass in advance that you could show at every station, but unfortunately that wasn't the case. Nevertheless, it was no problem at all to get the relevant tickets on site. We followed the instructions exactly as to where the pass could be exchanged for which ticket and were greeted warmly everywhere and didn't have to wait. If you prefer to be spontaneous, you have to expect to wait for hours at the ticket offices, only to find out, for example, at the Vatican Museums and Castel Sant'Angelo that the next time slot for entry is only available on another day.

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"Small deductions, maybe half a star deduction, which we will round up!"

5

Overall, the offer is fair and works: Skip the line at the Colosseum, Vatican Museums, Pantheon and Castel Sant'Angelo are now absolutely essential if you don't want to queue for hours - I didn't know that from my last visits to Rome, which were admittedly a few years ago. It's a shame that the Capitoline Museum, for example, isn't included in the price, because the Capitoline Wolf or the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius somehow belong to it. No problem, because you can get tickets there pretty quickly. When we arrived in the afternoon, the aqueduct at the Trevi Fountain apparently had no tickets left for the day, but after we wanted to reserve for the following day and showed our Turbopass, we were let in straight away. So if you want to do a short city tour where the guides give you a few good ice cream parlor and restaurant tips (which was almost more important than the information about Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, which anyone can find out for themselves these days), avoid queues, use public transport tickets, visit the catacombs with an illustrious bus ride in a minibus and hop-on hop-off tour, etc. and want to look around Rome in depth, then this is the place for you. Regardless of this: Because there is no longer a skip the line option at St. Peter's Basilica, it is advisable to visit the attraction before 7:00 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays - Saturdays. There is a papal audience on Wednesdays and church services on Sundays. If you get there shortly before 7, you can avoid long waits and easily make it to the dome when it opens in the summer at 7:30 a.m. Since climbing the dome is not included in the price of the Turbopass, one more addition: Contrary to many travel reports, payment is now also possible with a card.

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"Overall OK and good offer"

5

Overall, the offer is fair and works: Skip the line at the Colosseum, Vatican Museums, Pantheon and Castel Sant'Angelo are now absolutely essential if you don't want to queue for hours - I didn't know that from my last visits to Rome, which were admittedly a few years ago. It's a shame that the Capitoline Museum, for example, isn't included in the price, because the Capitoline Wolf or the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius somehow belong to it. No problem, because you can get tickets there pretty quickly. When we arrived in the afternoon, the aqueduct at the Trevi Fountain apparently had no tickets left for the day, but after we wanted to reserve for the following day and showed our Turbopass, we were let in straight away. So if you want to do a short city tour where the guides give you a few good ice cream parlor and restaurant tips (which was almost more important than the information about Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, which anyone can find out for themselves these days), avoid queues, use public transport tickets, visit the catacombs with an illustrious bus ride in a minibus and hop-on hop-off tour, etc. and want to look around Rome in depth, then this is the place for you. Regardless of this: Because there is no longer a skip the line option at St. Peter's Basilica, it is advisable to visit the attraction before 7:00 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays - Saturdays. There is a papal audience on Wednesdays and church services on Sundays. If you get there shortly before 7, you can avoid long waits and easily make it to the dome when it opens in the summer at 7:30 a.m. Since climbing the dome is not included in the price of the Turbopass, one more addition: Contrary to many travel reports, payment is now also possible with a card.

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"Thanks"

5

Thank you for the nice communication before the trip. Everything worked perfectly on site, I was very satisfied.

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"Perfect for a city trip"

5

The pass has the advantage that you get a time slot for the Colosseum or the Vatican Museum, for example, which significantly shortens the rather long waiting time at the entrance. The information on the individual sightseeing options is very helpful, for example that the entrance tickets for the Pantheon (which are free, but you do need an entry permit) have to be arranged in advance at the tourist information office on Piazza Navona. The hop-on hop-off bus is included and is a great way to do a big tour of the city on a city trip, saving you a lot of walking. The stops are of varying frequency; the Colosseum and Vatican can lead to longer waiting times when getting back on. Overall, the pass also contains some suggestions that are a little off the beaten track, which is a blessing in this city that is very busy with tourists.

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"Very satisfied"

5

Rome is a beautiful city and the pass is definitely worth it. The Turbopass for 3 days was absolutely the right choice. No queuing, not in front of the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums, the Pantheon or any other attractions. The small bus to the catacombs worked very well and the airport transfer to Termini station was the right decision. Make sure you read the small print and plan your dates carefully to take advantage of the benefits. Everything worked out well and I can only recommend it.....

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"Highly recommended"

5

No waiting time at Castel Sant'Angelo, Colosseum, Vatican Museum, Pantheon. The price is certainly debatable

"Can recommend "

5

I had some concerns beforehand, but everything was as promised. If you want to see a lot of different sights, the Turbopass is an option where you don't have to worry about booking individual tickets. Everything was as promised and the staff was very nice and helpful.

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"Lots included, very useful"

5

You can't do as much as the pass allows in just one week. But it's definitely worth it!