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Rome City Pass

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"It's worthy!"

5

This pass is ideal for people who want to so as much as possible in short time. I booked airport and public transportation so I didn’t have to worry about any of that. I saved about 60 € with this. I went to Rome for 5 days and I bought this pass for 3, so I did in 2 days all the free activities in Rome and in 3 everything that had to be paid and it was perfect for me. I really recommend this pass and I advise you to read the instructions of the activities you want to do because sometimes you see that it is included in your pass but you can’t enter directly to the attraction because you need to validate your ticket somewhere else. It was the case of Castel Sant'Angelo.

"a saverpass"

5

It was so easy and comfortable with turbo pass to have everything in one place and all the tickets on my phone. Everyone recognise the pass and after a fast tickets scan all doors was open for us. We've stayed 3 day and made the most of it.
In day one, the most full one we've visited all the Museo Nazionale Romano (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Terme di Diocleziano) plus Stadio Di Domiziano, Vicus Caprarius and Museo delle Cere (which is not big deal if you been previously in London at Madam Tussauds).
Second day was all about the Colosseum. We took the Hop-on-hop-off Green Line Bus and after Pantheon we've stop at Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hills. Capuchin Crypt we visit after that but we had to pay because wasn't in the turbo pass. The one place where we had to pay.
The third day was less walking because our hotel was next to Vatican so we did Castel Sant'Angelo, Museo Leonardo da Vinci Experience which was unexpectedly so good, kids really enjoyed and last the Vatican Museum, Vatican courtyards and don't forget the Sistine Chapel, we almost get out without to see it so we had to go back. St. Peter's Basilica is free but to get to the dome you need to pay, but it's worth it.
Like you see, we really enjoyed the pass and in total, after this 3 days we walked 70 km and did around 80.000 steps. But we recover in the evening with best pasta, pizza and lasagna.

"turbopass, a great tripsaver"

5

It was so easy and comfortable with turbo pass to have everything in one place and all the tickets on my phone. Everyone recognise the pass and after a fast tickets scan all doors was open for us. We've stayed 3 day and made the most of it.
In day one, the most full one we've visited all the Museo Nazionale Romano (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Terme di Diocleziano) plus Stadio Di Domiziano, Vicus Caprarius and Museo delle Cere (which is not big deal if you been previously in London at Madam Tussauds).
Second day was all about the Colosseum. We took the Hop-on-hop-off Green Line Bus and after Pantheon we've stop at Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hills. Capuchin Crypt we visit after that but we had to pay because wasn't in the turbo pass. The one place where we had to pay.
The third day was less walking because our hotel was next to Vatican so we did Castel Sant'Angelo, Museo Leonardo da Vinci Experience which was unexpectedly so good, kids really enjoyed and last the Vatican Museum, Vatican courtyards and don't forget the Sistine Chapel, we almost get out without to see it so we had to go back. St. Peter's Basilica is free but to get to the dome you need to pay, but it's worth it.
Like you see, we really enjoyed the pass and in total, after this 3 days we walked 70 km and did around 80.000 steps. But we recover in the evening with best pasta, pizza and lasagna.

"Turpopass, greatest help in our Rome trip"

5

It was so easy and comfortable with turbo pass to have everything in one place and all the tickets on my phone. Everyone recognise the pass and after a fast tickets scan all doors was open for us. We've stayed 3 day and made the most of it.
In day one, the most full one we've visited all the Museo Nazionale Romano (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Terme di Diocleziano) plus Stadio Di Domiziano, Vicus Caprarius and Museo delle Cere (which is not big deal if you been previously in London at Madam Tussauds).
Second day was all about the Colosseum. We took the Hop-on-hop-off Green Line Bus and after Pantheon we've stop at Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hills. Capuchin Crypt we visit after that but we had to pay because wasn't in the turbo pass. The one place where we had to pay.
The third day was less walking because our hotel was next to Vatican so we did Castel Sant'Angelo, Museo Leonardo da Vinci Experience which was unexpectedly so good, kids really enjoyed and last the Vatican Museum, Vatican courtyards and don't forget the Sistine Chapel, we almost get out without to see it so we had to go back. St. Peter's Basilica is free but to get to the dome you need to pay, but it's worth it.
Like you see, we really enjoyed the pass and in total, after this 3 days we walked 70 km and did around 80.000 steps. But we recover in the evening with best pasta, pizza and lasagna.

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"great offer"

5

Covers the main sights and most importantly saved us from the long lines at the entrances. fast lane has always worked.

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"Everything is fine, fast, helpful contact..."

5

... on inquiries in advance and - despite Corona times - everything worked out great. Palatine was a highlight due to the combination of the actual sights, the view over Rome and nature. JL

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"Everything is fine, fast, helpful contact..."

5

... on inquiries in advance and - despite Corona times - everything worked out great. Palatine was a highlight due to the combination of the actual sights, the view over Rome and nature. JL

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"Everything worked great!"

5

With the turbo pass we were able to visit many sights that we would probably not have discovered otherwise. It was worth it!

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"Rom"

5

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"Top-Pass"

5

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"Simple, cheap and really great"

5

Going for the Turbo Pass was a great choice. Lots of options and easy access to attractions.

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"highly recommended."

5

The turbo pass made a lot of things easier for our group of five and always enabled quick entry. Easy handling via mobile phone. We were also able to store our luggage free of charge on the day of departure. Thank you, gladly again.

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"Well organized"

5

The possibilities are well described, with the pass you have the opportunity to get to the museums and attractions with preference, everything worked out well, we would recommend the pass

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"perfect for active explorers and includes airport transfers"

5

We can only recommend the pass, especially because you can also book the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums and thus avoid endless queues. The fact that no tickets for local public transport are included is irrelevant, because a 72-hour ticket, which you can get almost everywhere, for example in the metro stations, currently only costs 18, -, i.e. 6, - per person and day.

"Rome city pass"

5

The best way to visit a big city full of history. Many important attractions are included. Good rapport quality-price. I strogly recommend.

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"Rome Pass more than recommended!"

5

Everything worked great, highly recommended for anyone who wants it easier!

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"Top Top Top!"

5

The best decision was to buy the City Pass beforehand. You save a lot of money and the stress of buying everything individually.

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"Super practical, everything important included"

5

For our first visit to Rome, the Turbopass was the ideal companion. You don't have to worry about tickets and you have the pass on your mobile phone.

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"Everything great"

5

Really smooth processes, I would do it again and again !!

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"More than recommended"

5

I booked the pass for 5 days. I can absolutely recommend everyone to book this. Payment was very easy and the documents came promptly and very quickly by email. In Rome I had no problems showing them at all. Furthermore, this has simplified my Rome planning immensely. Just great and as the title says, more than recommendable.