Rome City Pass

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

Rome City Pass

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1188 of all Rome ratings 4.4 out of 5
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"Great city made easy with the City Pass"

4

It was great if you could walk past the queue of people waiting in the heat. The Turbo Pass is not necessarily cheap but in hindsight it was the right decision for our first visit to Rome !!!

. from Haren, 08/2018
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"A good idea"

4

It was important to us the waiting time at the attractions.

, 08/2018
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"worthwhile"

4

The use of the Roma Card is absolutely recommendable. We were able to shorten enormous waiting times. However, one must, for example, get to the right queue at the Colosseum (group admission). Not everyone in the area knows that the Roma Card offers a preferential entrance. We only caught the right line after several requests ... The Vatican access is much faster .. with the included Hop on - hop off tour you can complain about the small number of stops - at the Vatican was not kept ... here is running work asked. We would choose here, on another visit, for another city tour operator ...

. from Deutschland, 08/2018
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"Dozens of offers and many things quickly accessible!"

4

The best part was that you can use the public transport (metro, bus and Bim) quickly and everywhere! Also, the Hop On Hop Off Bus, which can be used for a full day, is highly recommended. The only thing worth mentioning in the supplement book is that this "Rome City Pass Hop ON HopOFF" bus does not start until 18 July and before that there is cooperation with another bus company. It took us a while to find the right bus and it was a bit nerve-wracking with the employees of the other bus companies, who were hanging around the neck all the time. We were super fast in the Coliseum and other attractions. A hot tip would be to position the passport on the body so everyone can see it, so you do not get chattered all the time and get drunk with offers from other companies. - A sticker or a through sleeve with straps that you can hang around your neck would be super handy! Otherwise Tip Top!

. from Wien, 08/2018
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"Good choice especially because the public transport from Ciampino airport sit here"

4

Very good is above all. that you can enter the group entrance with the ROMA Pass at the Collesum of Engelsburg and at the Vatican without passing the Mega Schlangen. small deduction, however, that it is not really clear with which of the 3 Anbeiter of the Hop on Hop off bus the ticket has validity

. from Nbg, 08/2018
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"Can recommend!"

4

My daughter and I have traveled for the first time with such a pass and except for one thing were actually very satisfied .... We missed a bus line, which was only usable with this pass. So you have to pay for the ticket yourself.

. from TELLIG, 08/2018

" Great time in Rome "

4

Overall we had a great time in Rome. The Turbopass allowed us access to the Colleseum, Roman Forum, and the Vatican. The only drawback is that the tickets weren’t required for children so I lost a few euro buying those but overall still great.

. from Rome, 08/2018
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"Discover Rome in a relaxed way!"

4

We had three days in Rome and wanted to see as much as possible! :-) Without the pass, that would not have been possible. The queues at, for example, the Vatican Museums or the Colosseum were unimaginably long. We just ran to the front and saved us 3-4h or even longer waiting. The integrated ticket was just gold value! Whenever and wherever your feet did not want you could get in and drive a distance. The 3-day pass for € 99 is worth it, but it is in the days a tight program to work. In terms of the 6-day pass, it is worthwhile only if you are an absolute museum-goers, otherwise you will not get the money back in. For example, we were able to use the hop-on, hop-off bus because of the necessary sightseeing times of many places of interest to quickly get from one place to another, which was more impressive through explanations than by public transport. In any case, we can recommend the pass, as it definitely makes your stay in Rome easier and prevents frequent long waiting!

. from Dresden, 07/2018
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"Everything great"

4

Everything went super. We received the passes for Rome very quickly for Switzerland. We got the wrong passports but got a call and got the right ones without problems the next day. All the sights were wonderful, we could go anywhere without running through the passports and everything worked out wonderfully. I would book such passes again because you will benefit a lot of time without stress. We were very happy with it.

. from Rom Italien, 07/2018
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"Practically, but definitely too expensive"

4

. from Essen, 07/2018

"Skipping Lines makes this so worth it"

4

All in one place... I am sure if I pieced this together it would have been about the same cost, but I was not familiar with Rome or all of the attractions... Walking passed the lines at the Coliseum and Vatican saved our sightseeing days for more fun filled adventure... Tip. Plan your Vatican day the same day you pick up your pass (first day) b/c the ONLY place to pick this up is way at the back of a souvenir store in st. peters square

. from Grass Valley CA, 07/2018

"Skipping Lines makes this so worth it"

4

All in one place... I am sure if I pieced this together it would have been about the same cost, but I was not familiar with Rome or all of the attractions... Walking passed the lines at the Coliseum and Vatican saved our sightseeing days for more fun filled adventure... Tip. Plan your Vatican day the same day you pick up your pass (first day) b/c the ONLY place to pick this up is way at the back of a souvenir store in st. peters square

. from Grass Valley CA, 07/2018
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"Rom City Pass"

4

Travel with Turbopass is worthwhile!

, 07/2018
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"Highly recommended"

4

The Rome City Pass was well worth it for us! Activation was straightforward and we saved not only money but also time. We had the 3-day pass for reasons of time only two days use, nevertheless we had saved money for the admissions / means of transport - contrary to payments locally. A star deduction, as the Vatican tour was fully booked (time was requested early enough). At my request if an alternative could be offered was unfortunately not received. A credit note was refunded immediately. Conclusion: We would not do without a pass on another trip to Rome.

, 07/2018
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"Quickly past all queues"

4

I am very satisfied we passed all queues quickly. I just thought it was a shame that we did not get an appointment for the Vatican that should have been more visible before, but we got a refund directly.

. from Idar-Oberstein, 07/2018
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"Beautiful Rome"

4

Trastevere is a cozy place with many small restaurants. We recommend. Most sights are close to the city and also within easy walking distance. We had a good time in Rome.

, 07/2018
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"Paying off"

4

Preferential admission definitely saves a lot of time. With the public transport one has got, with the pass, everywhere.

. from Rom, 07/2018
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"Practical helper"

4

The pass is very convenient as you have paid everything to avoid having to pay extra. It all goes very quickly. Even in high season. And you do not have to have so much money with you. In a city with a high risk of pickpocketing, it's better that way.

. from Kassel, 07/2018
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"It was definitely worth it!"

4

The Rome Pass was a wonderful support! The information in the booklet was super helpful and very interesting. Admission and queues adé! The only drawback: If there is "free entry in the colonnade" one does not assume a one-time free entry. The same goes for the hop on / hop off buses. Ps: for another day of HO / HO, it pays to look for other buses that appear every 5 minutes instead of 20 minutes. Still, it was great!

. from Berlin, 07/2018
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"Perfect for exploring Rome!"

4

We had a turbo pass for 3 days and drove very well. It was extremely convenient to have the right ticket for everything, no matter whether it was a bus, subway or entrance to various sights. Everywhere we walked easily past the long queues, which was very pleasant especially with the Vatican Museums and the Coliseum. We only had to wait a long time for the hop-on-hop-off bus so that we barely thought it would come at all. Other providers drove with a much narrower clocking.

, 07/2018