Rome City Pass

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

Rome City Pass

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"Everything great"

5

Everything was great as promised

. from Deutschland, 11/2017
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"Absolutely recommended!"

5

I'm very glad that we decided to go for the turbo pass, we chose the 6-day option, everything went great and we had a wonderful and uncomplicated week in Rome. Alone because of the long lines worth the whole thing (at Coliseum and Vatican in particular), my son found it great, always to be able to go straight forward and be waved through. It's also a good idea to get a turbo-pass for the children (this is the only provider where there is a discounted version for children), although for most of them it's free, but what good is it if you're not on your own But for the free kids ticket but still in the queue. A wonderful tip for RomaPass owners in the brochure also spared us the biggest queue for St. Peter's Basilica and the dome and the included city map was also great. We have used the city tour twice in one day - here it should be emphasized that it is very well the HOP ON & OFF variant, unlike many passport comparisons shown - we have the tour once during the day and once with lighting made in the evening, the blue buses of this provider we also liked the best, as you can sit open top and without a roof. There are headphones that you can plug in next to the seats, who does not want to listen, who likes, has the choice between different languages ​​and musical accompaniment to :). The fact that you can use all the means of transport with the pass and never have to dig for change, we found wonderful, we could go to Ostia and the sea (the entrance to the impressive Ostia Antica is also there). My son really wanted to go to the Hard Rock Caf'e, here too the turbo pass was an advantage, despite a long waiting time we immediately got a table, an extra gift when shopping in the shop and 15 percent on food and drinks. And that's just one example of many extra perks. So all in all, if you do not just want to run and not see any attractions in Rome, I'll buy the passport again on my next city break.

. from Köln, 11/2017
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"Very good"

5

We were in Rome for the first time and were skeptical of whether the passport really worked and if everyone knew it. But it worked great, even past the snake. The most overwhelming we found the Colosseum. We would buy the pass again and again, also for other cities.

, 11/2017
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"Super"

5

I can only recommend it, above all, that you never have to wait is a big plus. The use of public transport is also a great advantage.

. from Greifswald , 11/2017

"Great refund process!!!"

5

Very disappointed that my trip to Rome was cancelled and was worried about losing all my money. I was able to easily return the passes (minus a small fee) and once I sent them back I got a refund - it was so easy!!!

Can't speak about a trip experience, but their admin and customer support is great.

Thanks :)

. from Bristol, 11/2017

" Rome City Pass was everything as promised! "

5

We loved everything about the Rome City Pass, from the \"sightseeing package \" delivered to us a month before our trip, to the easy use of every card included in it. We use the buses and subways as if we had lived in Rome all our lives. We loved the \"head of line\" privileges, especially with the enormous crowds that were in those lines. We highly recommend this package to anyone going to Rome. It really helped make our vacation memorable.

. from United States, 11/2017
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"Rome is fun with Turbopass!"

5

If you use the three-part pass (3-day pass) skillfully, you can actually use it very well for a week in Rome. Admission always immediately, without waiting, that was really very pleasant. For the Forum, the Colosseum and the Palatine, admission is also valid for two days. that makes sense, then you can relax and watch everything. If the PC sees it differently at the entrance, the really nice entrance staff at the ticket counters will help you. We had a great stay with our daughter and certainly use this service again!

. from Schleswig-Holstein, 11/2017
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"Discovery Tour Rome"

5

Rome is always a journey, there is so much to discover here. There is a nice spot for almost every corner you can bend. The turbo pass helps to use the time meaningfully. The regular lines for the main attractions were incredibly long. With the Turbopass one is in 15 minutes in it.

. from Ulm, 11/2017
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"Great thing the City Pass!"

5

A beautiful viewpoint is the Castel Sant'Angelo, from here you can see beautiful the ancient buildings of Rome.

. from Bockenem, 11/2017
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"Great, an absolute must for every traveler in Rome !!!"

5

The world's best tiramisu is not far from the Spanish Steps in Bar Pompi. Only to be recommended!

. from Erligheim, 11/2017
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"Very good pass."

5

It was absolutely worth it! Colosseum, Palatine and Vatican Museums included. Metro, which is very convenient.

. from Fritzlar, 11/2017
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"Rome with 4 adults and 5 children under 13 years with the Rome City Pass"

5

During the autumn holidays 2017 we flew to Rome for 4 days. We spent a lot of time thinking about how to plan the days optimally and not have to wait for hours with the kids everywhere. In addition, we had to find a solution to the additional costs (subway rides) reasonably under control, so we chose the Rom City Pass 3 days, this is for adults as well as children. (Children have basically up to a certain age free admission, but brings nothing, if you want to pass the queue and has no Rome passport, then pending) In addition, we were able to all subway rides for 3 days and the entrance into the Coliseum, Roman Forum and Vatican Museums cover. Especially in the Vatican Museums and in the Colosseum it was a huge advantage to pass the snake with the children. Nevertheless, you always have to wait because of the bag checks and visit times should be planned on Google Maps, there you can look at the visit distribution, it is basically the sooner the better. St. Peter's Cathedral is best viewed late in the afternoon. In Rome City Pass is still a hop on / off bus ride included, a round trip takes about 2 hours and was for kids and adults totally great and relaxing. The train ride to / from the airport is not included in the Rome City Pass. Booking through Turbopass is easy (but you have to specify an approximate date and time to visit the Vatican Museums). We ordered the Rome City Pass online and got it delivered within 3 days.

. from Hessen, 11/2017
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"Very satisfied with the turbo pass"

5

With the turbo pass everything worked out great, especially at the coliseum we would have had to wait 2 hours otherwise. Also at the metro there were no problems. Also the city tour we liked, we would like to have detailed information on the way. The attached city map has taken us all day to every destination. Can you really recommend, uncomplicated and vacation from the start.

. from Thüringen, 11/2017
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"recommendable"

5

Payment and shipping went smoothly. Entrance to places of interest and travel by public transport went as described. No annoying queuing and ticket purchase. Gladly again.

. from Rostock, 11/2017
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"Saved a lot of time"

5

Very satisfied. Especially to the Vatican. Museums saved a lot of time.

, 11/2017
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"Girl tour to Rome"

5

We took advantage of the Rome City Pass very well! The highlight is always the "march past" on the snakes. Metrofahrt without any problems, admission to the museums also, even the Hop on Hop off tour is included! Five days of sunshine in Rome have made our tour an unforgettable experience.

. from Deutschland , 11/2017
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"Class pass"

5

Everything worked well. The Rome City Pass is only recommended. All queues could be bypassed as described.

. from Oensingen, 11/2017
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"Rome October 2017"

5

Rome City Pass for 3 days / 3 pers. bought, trouble-free Internet booking ,, questions in advance very friendly, accommodating from hotline i. Hamburg answered. Shipping was also immediate, you get tickets for the individual services. Recommendation City tour on the first day, we were hop-on-hop-off the whole day on the road, good explanations in German while driving. On the second day we were Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine, etc. Here we have the first time used the 2nd card. Although we total almost 250.- € 3 pers. I would recommend the passport to anyone new to Rome, like us. Unter'm line it pays always, especially as you could easily pass the long queues Colosseum, Vatican with the pass, worked well and you did not have to get in the first 3 days constantly bus / metro ticket. The Rome City Pass made everything much easier. After the 3 days we already knew something in Rome and were able to organize some things like in the evening Trastever and Ostia visit with swimming in the sea !!! Tickets for the metro / train we then bought as day tickets - also valid for several days. Conclusion: Anytime as a newcomer to Rome again, it can only recommend. Ciao ciao

. from Marburg, 10/2017
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"Spitzen Pass ... pickup not well marked"

5

The pass itself is perfect ... you can pass each queue and do not have to. The only drawback is that the pick up address where you can pick up the pass, in our case in Rome, is not well described. The metro station Ottaviano is very large. We then went to the Petersplatz and there we found a shop where you can pick up the pass ....

. from Wiener Neustadt, 10/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thank you for your feedback! You will receive the exact address of the pick-up location as well as a map and a photo together with the pick-up slip, which you will receive after a successful booking. The localization specified on our website is deliberately kept that way.
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"Short trip Rome"

5

This is a great idea. Saved time, because you had to queue in the Colosseum without having to queue for a long time. No ticket purchase necessary for public transport. Very convenient. Again and again for other cities.

. from Werneuchen, 10/2017