Rome bus tour
Rome Bus Tour: A Great Way to See Rome
Are you in Rome for a few days, but you don’t want to miss the most important things to visit? Do you want to enjoy the busy atmosphere of the city and the welcoming weather of Rome? The best solution for you could be a Rome bus tour. In fact, as in many other European cities, in Rome you can book a trip on a nice open bus. With this article Rome-explorer.com will help you choose the Rome bus tour which suits you best.
Sponsored linksAn open bus tour of Rome can be a great occasion to see the city from another perspective. Comfortably seated on the top of a bus, you’ll discover the pleasure of going around the very centre of Rome without the hassle of boarding overcrowded public transport or walking long distances in the burning sun. A bus tour of Rome is usually in several languages and stops to visit Rome’s major monuments. Let’s have a look at some open bus Rome tours.
Rome Bus Tour: public lines
The Rome Public Transport Company, Atac, has created two so called tourist lines, the 110 open and the Archeobus. The 110 Open takes you to all the major historical and artistic sights of the city giving passengers a spectacular view of the city passing close by the main archaeological sites and monuments. If you decide to do a Rome bus tour with this line there is an audioguide system in 8 languages (Italian, French, English, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese). The whole bus tour of Rome lasts about 2 hours, the bus runs every day, holidays included, every 20 minutes, from 08:30 a.m. to 08:30 p.m and its final stop is in Piazza dei Cinquecento (Termini train Station). Tickets have 24 hours validity and the Stop&Go formula allows you to hop on/off at any stop all day long. You can buy your ticket on line, on board, at our Info Box in Piazza dei Cinquecento, at the Colosseum or at Trambus Open authorized dealers. If you are especially interested in ancient Rome we recommend you the Archeobus, a public Rome bus tour which route goes through the centre of Rome and then along the Park of Via Appia Antica. The buses run daily, holidays included, every 30 minutes from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm and its final stop is Piazza dei Cinquecento. To check the prices and chose the Rome bus tour which suits you best you can go to Trambusopen.com.
Rome Bus Tour: private lines
There are also private companies which offer you very interesting bus tours of Rome such as for example, Rome Open Tour a private open bus line with 24 and 48-hour tickets which give you the opportunity to visit Rome and feel free to move through the city centre, hopping on and off as you like. The bus has hostess or steward on board, it runs every 15/20 minutes, the whole bus tour of Rome lasts more or less 2 hours and it stops close to the most significant places.
If you go to City-sightseeing.com you’ll find all the information about another open bus tour of Rome, City Sightseeing is an international company which organizes Bus tours all over the world. If you select Rome in the Europe box right at the centre of the homepage, you’ll have this Rome bus tour times, stops and fares and you’ll also be able to download a printable version of the tour map.
Terravision is widely known, especially to Europeans, for its cheap and reliable shuttle service to and from many European airports, but not many people know that there is a Terravision Rome bus tour, called Roma Cristiana. An Open bus service which helps you enjoying the most authentic places of Rome from above, getting on and off at any of the 12 stops, strategically placed in the city centre. For fares, times and more information on this Rome bus tour you can check Terravision.eu clicking Rome City Tour on the left menu of the homepage.
If you’re looking for other guided tours of Rome check our pages Rome Guided Tours and Rome Sightseeing Tours.
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