How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete your e-ticket will be sent directly to your email, just print it out and bring it with you to Rome.
How does it work?
Exchange your e-ticket on board the City Sightseeing Roma bus or at one of the City Sightseeing Rome Visitor Centers.
Where are the bus stops?
There are 8 stops where you can hop on and off:
Stop 1: Terminal A: Termini-Marsala (via Marsala, 7)
Stop 1: Terminal B: Largo Di Villa Peretti (Largo di Villa Peretti, 1)
Stop 1: Terminal C: Piazza dei Cinquecento
Stop 2: Santa Maria Maggiore
Stop 3: Colosseo (Via Di San Gregorio)
Stop 4: Circo Massimo (Piazzale Ugo la Malfa)
Stop 5: Piazza Venezia (Via di Teatro Marcello, 12)
Stop 6: Vaticano (Via della Conciliazione, 4)
Stop 7: Fontana di Trevi (Via del Tritone, 59)
Stop 7B: Piazza di Spagna
Stop 8: Piazza Barberini (Via Barberini, 2)
How long are the tours?
The tours last 100 minutes per tour.
How often do the buses run?
The buses run every 15-20 minutes depending on the season.
Is there a dress code at the Vatican?
Knees and shoulders must be covered at the Vatican Museums.