Rome City Pass

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

Rome City Pass

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" Rome January 2018 "

5

The Turbopass was really great to use. It was well worth the money because you were able to do 2 main attractions with free entrance..also other attractions half off the original price. The hop on hop off bus was also great. We also liked that the bus and train service was included. The only issue we had which was not any fault of Turbopass was this was our 1st trip there and people were trying to get you to buy tour guides with audio, which is not included with turbopass. Our recommendations would be to go inside and buy..it may be cheaper. Our experience was great and enjoyed ourselves and we would go back and use the service again. Thank you.

, 02/2018
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"Just great!"

5

It was easy and straightforward, I can only recommend it.

, 02/2018
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"Rome in January"

5

So everything worked out great. The purchase, the delivery of the documents without complaint and also the guide in book form was helpful. Only on the city tour by bus (hop on, hop off) it would be helpful not to have been exclusively dependent on the one organizer. We felt other buses drove much more often. Rome in January is not so crowded, even the Vatican is not and at temperatures between 12-18 degrees you can not complain.

, 02/2018

"Rome Visit."

5

Great group great company went out of there way to meet and exceed our expectations.

. from RUDESHEIM AM RHEIN, 01/2018
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"Recommended investment"

5

The Rome City Pass is worthwhile in any case, no waiting at the queues and the public transport eliminates the annoying booking of single tickets. The order and delivery worked without any problems.

, 01/2018

" Made our trip better! "

5

The 3 day pass was worth it's money! Mostly for the skip the line tickets at the Vatican and Colosseum, but also it was great to have public transportation available without worrying where to buy tickets.

. from Romania, 01/2018
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"Super satisfied with the Rome City Pass"

5

Have the pass ordered 14 days before our trip, was delivered within 1 week. We had the pass for 3 days, as are the entries for the Castel Sant'Angelo and the Roman Forum here. We have also ordered access to the Vatican Museums. Are very satisfied with the pass and can only recommend it.

. from Krieglach, 12/2017
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"Unconditional recommendation"

5

Very good offer to get to know Rome

. from Eisenstadt, 12/2017
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"very convenient"

5

The 3-day city pass was ideal for Rome. I can only recommend it.

, 12/2017
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"Good investment"

5

The Rome City Pass was definitely worth it for 3 days in Rome. Thank you

, 12/2017
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"recommendable"

5

It is definitely worth booking the tickets in advance, especially the skip the line tickets (which you have to pass in turbo) because the lines are infinitely long and the people are waiting for several hours.

, 12/2017

"Easy to use!"

5

When we received our Rome City Passes, we were very excited. It was all well presented and came with information books which were very useful.
The Rome Coty Passes saved us a fortune and ensured we didn’t have to worry about paying to get into attractions.
My tip would be to plan where you’re going on each day as some of the attractions around Rome aren’t very well signposted.

, 12/2017
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"Top"

5

The booklet with the tips and instructions is great ... I have saved by a tip the hour-long queue at St. Peter's Basilica ;-)

. from Schweiz, 12/2017
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"Highly Recommended!"

5

My expectations were exceeded. Rome with the Rome City Pass helps to save time, you are extremely flexible, because you can travel with any public transport and was great for me personally, that a beach visit was also included! Any time! Munich, 11/2017

, 12/2017
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"Rome worth the trip"

5

Rome worth the trip

, 12/2017
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"Everything worked out great!"

5

Had the 3-day pass for Rome and it all worked out wonderfully. No waiting at the queues and on the spot everything very well signposted. Gladly again.

. from Aschaffenburg, 12/2017
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"Should you have"

5

Definitely a must. Jerk past the snakes. Bus rides in there. Admission museums and Colosseum etc. included. It was a pleasure!

. from Greimersburg, 12/2017
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"Carefree package for the first visit"

5

I only had five days and have flexibly spread the 3-day tickets over four days. At the beginning of November it was a bit more relaxed at the cash registers. The cards were even easier, especially in the Vatican Museum. Nice was the tip to join in the Sistine Chapel of a tour group to save himself a second queue before the security checks on St. Peter's Basilica. I ate well in the evening right next to my hotel Terme Olimpia in the restaurant \"Graziealdioevenerdi\", but that opened only from 18.30. There as well as in this hotel I felt very well. Furthermore, I recommend to go up to the Piazza del Popolo Sprinbrunnenhaus. Above this house you have a good view over the square towards St. Peter's. If you go further through the park to the south, you can reach the Spanish Steps (upper area) in about 15 minutes.

. from Berlin, 11/2017
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"Great investment"

5

The Rome City Pass has saved us a lot of time. Can you recommend for any city trip only.

, 11/2017

"Easy peasy "

5

Bought it, went to Rome, did everything it said we would ... It's awesome

. from Geneva, 11/2017