Open Bus Ticket 48 Hours Green

With the Open Bus 48 Hours Green Tour you can visit the beauties of Rome. Multilingual audio guide, hostes on board, hop on and off at any stop you want.

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Open Bus 48 Hours Green Tours

Only forty-eight hours to visit Rome? The best way to start your Tour is our 48 Hour Green Panoramic Tour so that you will realize how much the famous Eternal City is a real open-air museum. The 48-hour sightseeing bus is equipped with an individual audio guide system and headphones, available in eight languages. The ticket can be used in the forty-eight hour hop-on hop-off formula on all nine stops. Join us on a Guided Tour of the Colosseum or Vatican Museums to discover much and much more about Rome.

Even if Rome is a destination that needs many more days to be visited, we cannot forget those travelers who want to experience Rome to the fullest in a small vacation of only forty-eight hours. We will take care of this by proposing a route suitable for you, on the first day a softer tour aboard our Rome Panoramic Tour with the possibility of getting off at any stop. After that it is ideal to visit with a Guided Tour the Great Wonder of Roman civilization: the Colosseum, after which continue towards the Arch of Constantine, the Roman Forum where the public life of the city took place in the past. You will discover this and much more by relying on Trips to Rome, Romans of Rome.

Duration: about 1.30 hours of the open bus 48 hours green tour.

Departure: Piazza dei Cinquecento 51

Return: Piazza dei Cinquecento 51

Bus Stops

1.Terminal Bus - Piazza dei Cinquecento 51

Piazza della Repubblica - S. Maria Degli Angeli - Teatro dell'Opera - Via Nazionale - Terme di Diocleziano - Museo Nazionale - Palazzo delle Esposizione

2 Santa Maria Maggiore

Santa Maria Maggiore – Piazza Vittorio – St. John Lateran – Saint Peter in Chains – Via Cavour – Opium Hill

3 Colosseo

Colosseo – Fori Imperiali – Palatino – Arco di Costantino – Arco di Tito

4 Circo Massimo

Circo Massimo – Bocca della Verità – Tempio di Vesta – S. Maria in Trastevere – Trastevere – Roseto Comunale – Sinagoga

5 Piazza Venezia

Piazza Venezia – Altare della Patria – Campidoglio – Teatro Marcello – Colonna Traiana – Mercato di Traiano – Largo Argentina – Campo de’ Fiori – Pantheon

6 San Pietro

Basilica di S. Pietro – Musei Vaticani (Cappella Sistina) – Castel Sant’Angelo – Piazza Navona – Corso Vittorio Emanuele

7 Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese – Via Veneto – Galleria Borghese – Bioparco – Piazza di Spagna – Trinità dei Monti

8 Piazza Barberini

Piazza Barberini – Fontana di Trevi – Via Sistina – Via Veneto – Galleria Borghese – Villa Borghese – Palazzo Barberini – Quirinale

1 Terminal Bus - Piazza dei Cinquecento 51

Piazza della Repubblica - S. Maria Degli Angeli - Opera House - Via Nazionale - Baths of Diocletian - National Museum

2 Santa Maria Maggiore

Santa Maria Maggiore - Piazza Vittorio - St. John Lateran - Saint Peter in Chains - Via Cavour - Opium Hill

3 Colosseum

Colosseum - Imperial Forums - Palatine Hill - Arch of Constantine - Arch of Titus

4 Circus Maximus

Circus Maximus - Mouth of Truth - Temple of Vesta - S. Maria in Trastevere - Trastevere - Municipal Rose Garden - Synagogue

5 Piazza Venezia

Piazza Venezia - Altar of the Fatherland - Campidoglio - Marcello Theater - Trajan's Column - Trajan's Market - Largo Argentina - Campo de 'Fiori - Pantheon

6 San Pietro

St. Peter's Basilica - Vatican Museums (Sistine Chapel) - Castel Sant’Angelo - Piazza Navona - Corso Vittorio Emanuele

7 Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese - Via Veneto - Borghese Gallery - Bioparco - Spanish Steps - Trinità dei Monti

8 Piazza Barberini

Piazza Barberini - Trevi Fountain - Via Sistina - Via Veneto - Galleria Borghese - Villa Borghese - Palazzo Barberini - Quirinale
  • Transportation on the open-top double-decker bus
  • Hostess on board
  • Earphones and commentary in multiple languages ​​(Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese)
  • Hop On Hop Off Map of Rome
  • Free Wi-Fi on board
  • Free access for disabled people
  • Entrance tickets
  • Drinks, food and souvenirs
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