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1632 of all Rome ratings 4.4 out of 5
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"Turbopass gives you time to enjoy your holidays"

5

Rome is really big and wants to be conquered. With the pass, this was possible without any problems. In combination with airport transfer, public transport ticket, tickets and a lot of perks this is easily possible. It was respected what was promised. Free travel at all times, no waiting, no complex search for points of sale in Rome. Just enjoy. It is also important that Rome guarantees that and they can. We would do it again anytime.

. from Hamburg, 05/2019
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"Impressive!"

5

A great holiday in the beautiful city of Rome, full of impressions. Art enjoyment without end. The six days were way too fast, even though we could plan well with the matching City Pass visiting many attractions, so that also time to stroll through the small streets and for delicacies such as pizza, pasta and of course, plenty of gelato remained. La dolce vita.

, 05/2019
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"Stressfreies Rom"

5

Despite Holy Week and large amounts of tourists, we had nowhere to queue for long. We also used the public transport and luggage storage on the day of departure ... everything was much easier with the Rome Pass.

, 05/2019

"Short break in Rome"

5

The City Pass is very useful and I would certainly recommend its purchase. If new to Rome, however, It is important to realise that there will be a lot of walking - Rome is probably best appreciated on foot. Its Metro system is (unavoidably given its history) sparse compared to say London - there are only two lines of real use to the tourist and so large areas are not well covered. Do therefore also purchase a pass for a Ho-Ho bus. If walking is a problem, plan your routes/use of transport very carefully. All in all though, Rome is a magnificent city to explore and well worth the effort,

, 05/2019
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"Rome very easy with the turbo pass"

5

We can only recommend the Turbopass to all visitors who are in Rome for the first time. The delivery and pre-information (eg reference to the new reservation for the Coliseum) were very good. We started with the included Hop on / Hop off tour and use the free public transport (metro and bus). Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Castel Sant'Angelo and Pantheon we visited with the turbo pass in its own quick access to the rest of the visitors. In addition, we drove free of charge by train to Ostia to the sea (very rewarding trip). We are glad that we bought the Turbopass and can only recommend it.

, 05/2019
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"convenient pass for a city break"

5

Highly recommendable pass, saves a lot of time and effort especially if you want to use the public transport and also for sightseeing was this helpful because we had nowhere to queue and all major attractions were included.

, 05/2019
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"A great city"

5

A top product - highly recommended

. from Salzburg , 05/2019

"great experience"

5

I have got all information about Rome City Pass and Vatican Museum invoice quick by post. It wasn't cheap but it helped to organise my time. Any worries about queues. Rome is a really busy capitol. I have travelled with two kids so it was easy to get public transport and have free admissions to museums/Forum Romanum/ Palatine Hill/Colosseum/ Borghese Gallery/ Castelo Sant' Angelo etc. Recommended if you need to use Rome public transport, visit museums and skip-the-line at Vatican Museum.

. from Edinburgh, 05/2019
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"Very good decision!"

5

Bus connections are very good and recommended. Subway is getting used to, the information is not very good!

. from Bayern, 05/2019
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"Great, I would do it again !!"

5

Great, I would do it again !!

. from Köln, 05/2019

"Exciting experience "

5

Very exciting to visit Rome. Saved time and money with Turbopass by skipping the line and discounts.

, 04/2019
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"Spring in Rome - 4 days in April 2019"

5

Early April. Easter only in 2 weeks and the tourist crowds are still limited. Rome in the spring is especially beautiful. Still very cool in the morning and in the evening, but in the sunshine of the day it all pulls out into the streets and into the many beautiful squares of the city. It's fantastic to explore the city at 22 ° C. Attention to good footwear! We walked a lot. Were thankful about the trips by metro, tram or bus. On Sunday, April 7, a fun run took place right in the heart of Rome. From Friday night, the city was closed to cars. So we experienced Rome almost car-free for a weekend. What luck that probably repeated in each year at the same time. Beautiful are the views of the city from above. There are many options. For example, we were at the Monumento Vittorio Emanuele in the late afternoon hours. Fantastic view 360 °! For an authentic meal, it is worth visiting Hostaria Costanza near Piazza Navona. Delicious food and great service. Our night at the small Blue Hostel Rome was wonderful. Gladly again, but book early. The 5 rooms are always fully booked. Conclusion: the spring is great for exploring the city. The Judas trees light up in pink and bring color to the Eternal City.

. from Berlin, 04/2019
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"Great days in Rome with the Rome City Pass"

5

With the Rome City Pass we have been able to relax and discover all the major attractions without waiting.

. from Germany, 04/2019
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"Spring in Rome"

5

Great experiences with the Rome City Pass !!!! Simply a great thing with very big advantages!

, 04/2019
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"Next time again"

5

Next time again

, 04/2019
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"Very well"

5

Everything went very well and the pickup on site was easy and friendly. Highly recommended, we had a nice holiday.

. from Engelsbrand - Grunbach, 04/2019
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"Everything great!"

5

The pass was really worth it!

, 04/2019
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"Rome - the eternal city"

5

The City Pass Rome is actually a must for this wonderful city! You can get to the main attractions for free and above all very quickly. Highly recommended and worth mentioning is the Castel Sant'Angelo, near the Vatican. Not only can you comfortably pass the long line and get inside the castle, but you can also enjoy the top, a wonderful view of Rome and in all directions. A visit should be mandatory. It should also be mentioned that all public transport is included. Very handy if you want to spend a wonderful day at the sea in Ostia. A clear buy recommendation on my part!

. from Essen, 04/2019

"Worth every Euro!!"

5

Bypass the long lines at the colisseum and Vatican Museum with Rom Pass!

We got our colisseum tickets at the Forum entrance with no waiting - highly recommend vs getting them at the colisseum.

Rome City Pass - Highly recommended!!!

. from Cincinnati, 04/2019
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"Great experience with the pass"

5

You could quickly pass all the snakes, everything went smoothly. Great experience.

. from Deutschland, 04/2019