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Taking a hop-on hop-off tour in Rome lets you see all the sights without any stress! Glide through the city on a comfortable bus and, with commentary from an expert guide or an audio guide, you’ll arrive at your destination full of fun new facts about the Eternal City. You can also use your valid ticket to hop on and off whenever you see an attraction you’d like to visit.
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City Sightseeing

Take a trip on a bright red City Sightseeing bus. Their route features free wifi and commentary in eight languages.
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Rome: City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus with Audioguide
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24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus and Vatican Museums tickets
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Rome Hop-on Hop-off Tour with Vatican Ticket
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24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus + official Saint Peter's Basilica audioguide
 
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I Love Rome (Gray Line)

I Love Rome offers more languages on-board than any other provider - a grand total of 13! Their route covers the most important sights in the center of Rome.
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Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour
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Open Bus Vatican & Rome

Enjoy this specialized hop-on hop-off tour that stops at the most interesting churches and other religious sites in Rome, while also taking you to several of the other main attractions.
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Rome: Colosseum Arena Floor & Ancient Rome Fast Track Tour
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Rome: Vatican Pass, Top Attractions and Free Transport
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Omnia Card: Vatican, Rome Catacomb & Open Bus (24h)
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Big Bus

Pick from Big Bus’s Classic, Premium, and Deluxe tickets to enjoy up to three different tours, plus free walking tours through Rome.
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Rome: Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour w/ Audio Guide
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Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Optional Cruise Port Transfer
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Vatican Fast-Track and Rome Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off COMBO
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Green Line Tours

Let yourself sample Rome from inside a Green Line bus! Offering free wifi and a host or hostess on-board to help you find your way, the route takes you to all the city’s most popular sights.
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Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Panoramic Open Bus Ticket
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Rome Hop-On Hop-Off Buses

City Sightseeing Rome | Flickr: Chris Sampson CC BY 2.0

City Sightseeing

City Sightseeing’s distinctive red buses are equipped with audio commentary in eight languages plus a tracking system that allows you to see where your bus is in real-time. Choose from either the one day, 24-hour, 48-hour, or 72-hour pass, which include unlimited access to the route for the time specified. You can also download the City Sightseeing app free of charge which includes the live map of buses plus an audio walking tour of the city center in five languages.

Route

City Sightseeing’s route has 8 stops and takes one hour and 40 minutes to complete the full loop. The route begins at Rome Termini Station before looping around the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus, stopping at Vatican City before climbing up to the Borghese Gardens and descending back into the city. Buses depart every 15 minutes from 9 am to 5 pm, then every 20 minutes from 5 pm to 7 pm.
I Love Rome | Flickr: AmigoDeBusesEMT3 CC BY 2.0

I Love Rome/Gray Line

I Love Rome hop-on hop-off tours are run by Gray Line, an international company that was founded in Washington, D.C. over 100 years ago. Their buses offer audio commentary in 13 languages and you’ll also be able to enjoy free wifi on-board. Tickets are available for a single ride (no hopping on or off), a calendar day, 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours.

Route

This 8-stop route lets you hop on and off at Rome’s most spectacular sights, including Santa Maria Maggiore and the Colosseum, before visiting Piazza Venezia and Vatican City, ending at Piazza Barberini and the Trevi Fountain before starting the loop again at Termini Station. The full loop takes about an hour and 40 minutes and buses leave every 10 to 15 minutes. From November until March, the first bus leaves at 8.30 am and the last bus leaves Termini at 5.40 pm, and from April until October, the last bus leaves Termini Station at 6.40 pm.
Vatican & Rome | Flickr: morebyless CC BY 2.0

Open Bus Vatican & Rome

For those who are most interested in the religious history of Rome and Vatican City, this is a hop-on hop-off bus tour with a specialized focus: the churches of Rome. The tour is operated by Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi, which was originally founded to help pilgrims visit religious sites in Italy and abroad, and today also runs this bus tour of the Eternal City. Stops on the route tend to be at churches and basilicas, though you can also easily walk to the biggest attractions in the city. If you’re looking for a combo ticket, this bus tour is also included in the Omnia Card, which can be a cheaper way to get tickets for the Vatican Museums as well as some of Rome’s other major sights. Tickets for the hop-on hop-off bus service alone are available for one calendar day, 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours, and children under the age of 9 can ride free of charge. Headphones cost €1, or you can bring your own, and audio commentary is available in eight languages.

Route

The Open Bus route has 15 stops, beginning opposite the Castel Sant’Angelo, a short walk away from the Vatican, before progressing through the city, stopping at several churches close to major attractions. Hop off at Santa Maria in Ara Coeli in order to walk to the Roman Forum, at Santi Apostoli for the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, at San Gregorio al Celio for the Colosseum, or Santa Sabina All’Aventino for the Circus Maximus. Buses depart daily from 9 am to 6 pm, and the full loop takes about an hour and a half.

Big Bus

Big Bus is one of the most recognizable hop-on hop-off tour companies in the world, with their maroon livery easy to spot in the wild! They offer two hop-on hop-off routes and a panoramic night tour, with audio commentary available in 9 languages. The Classic ticket includes one day of access to the Red hop-on hop-off route and four hour-long walking tours, the Premium Ticket includes two days of access to both the red and the purple hop-on hop-off tours plus the walking tours, and the Deluxe ticket includes three days of access to the hop-on hop-off routes, the night tour, and walking tours.

Red Route

This 9-stop route covers the most important sights in Rome, from the Colosseum to the Vatican, over to the Piazza Barberini and the Spanish Steps. Buses leave every 10 to 20 minutes from 8.30 am to 7 pm and the full route takes an hour and 40 minutes if you decide not to hop off at any of the stops.

Purple Route

This 10-stop route is available exclusively to those who buy the Premium or Deluxe tickets, and it gives you the chance to explore the catacombs and Caracalla. You can join the tour at Termini Station or the Colosseum before heading out to the Catacombs of San Sebastiano, the Baths of Caracalla, and swinging back to the heart of Rome via the Circus Maximus. Buses leave once an hour from 9 am to 5 pm, and the full loop takes an hour and a half to complete.

Night Tour

Big Bus offers this Panoramic Night Tour either as a separate ticket or as part of the Deluxe Ticket. The route takes you past Rome’s most iconic sights, from the Colosseum to the Piazza Venezia, after dark, when they’re illuminated and showing off their nocturnal side. There are two buses, one at 8.30 pm and one at 9.30 pm, and they depart each night from Termini Station. The tour takes about an hour.

Walking Tours:

Follow up your canal tour with a trip to the iconic home of Heineken beer. Learn about the history of the company, the manufacturing process, and enjoy a tasting when you opt for a combo ticket to the Heineken Experience.

Green Line Tours

Green Line Tours first gave tours in Rome in 1978, and in 2006 they added open-top double-decker buses to their fleet, creating their own hop-on hop-off bus route. Their buses are equipped with audio commentary in eight languages, and a host or hostess will be available to answer any questions you might have about the service. You can buy tickets for a single non-stop tour, a pass for a single calendar day, or passes for 24-, 48-, or 72-hour access.

Route

Green Line’s single route has eight stops: Termini Station, Santa Maria Maggiore, Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Piazza Venezia, St. Peter’s Basilica, Villa Borghese, and Piazza Barberini. Buses run every ten minutes from 9 am to 6.30 pm and the full loop takes an hour and a half.
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