Open Bus Vatican&Rome
The convenient hop-oh hop-off formula lets you get on and get off the bus at any of the stops. Get on board, start to discover the city, you can decide to get off to go wandering in the enchanting backstreets and then catch the bus again when you want to visit another part of the city. If you want to have a general overview of the city and discover it in a panoramic sense, you can take advantage of the full itinerary (average length 1 and a half hour). Our staff are ready to welcome you on board and to accompany you on the journey. We are also equipped to provide a complete and comfortable welcome for those with disabilities. You can choose between the upper and the lower deck, both fitted with air conditioning for the warmer seasons. The audio guides are available in eight languages (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish) and they will accompany you on an interesting and charming Christian and historical appreciation of the city. Discover Rome, its magnificent squares, the basilicas, the historical palaces, its fleeting views and its unforgettable panoramas. Choose Omnia Card which lets you take a panoramic tour of the city, lasting 24 or 72 hours. The Basilica of St. Peter, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Basilica of St. John the Lateran, the Circus Maximus, everything will feed your wonder. Choose the service the most suitable for your stay in the city. Your itineraries will be enhanced by our exclusive audio guides.
Free Wi-Fi service onboard
Enjoy Rome on board of the Open Bus
With the hop-on hop-off formula you have the chance to get on, get off and get back on the Open Bus Vatican&Rome at any of the 18 stops, whenever you want.
On board the Open Bus Vatican&Rome our staff will provide you the multilingual audio guide which will accompany you on the journey and will allow you to listen to the history and to some curiosities regarding the tour.
We remind you to show the Omnia Card when you get onboard the Open Buses Vatican&Rome.
18 stops chosen for you, to allow you to reach the most interesting religious, cultural and touristic sites in Rome.