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Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Open-Bus Tour Tickets

1. Rome: Hop-On Hop-Off Open-Bus Tour Tickets

“All roads lead to Rome” goes a Roman saying; then enjoy the city and explore it on our open buses, it will be amazing to discover all the monuments from the Imperial Rome to Baroque Rome along the route. Buying one of our tickets, valid for one day or one run, you can listen to an exciting tale about Rome, thanks to our 8 languages audioguide. You can also Hop-on and Hop-off at any of our stops whenever you want for the entire validity of the ticket you bought. Our buses have a 30 minutes frequency from 9am to 7pm every day. These are the stops: TERMINAL VIA MARSALA (Termini station) - LARGO DI VILLA PERETTI - SAINT MARY MAJOR CHURCH – COLOSSEUM - CIRCUS MASSIMUS – VENICE SQUARE – VATICAN – SPANISH STEPS - BARBERINI/TREVI’S FOUNTAIN. In addition to the Hop-on Hop-off tour, through our app you can visit Rome walking on your own, thanks to special tours created especially for you. Staying on the bus you can admire Termini station, Republic Square and Santa Maria degli Angeli cathedral, Viminale Palace, Saint Mary Major , Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Eliseo theatre from the outside, Trajan’s column, Venice Square and the Vittoriano, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum and Constantine’s arch, the Circus Maximus, the Mouth of Truth, Marcello’s theatre, Largo Argentina and its archeological finds, Saint Andrews church, the fountain called “la zuppiera” (the soup tureen), Sant’Angelo Castle, the Ara Pacis, Villa Borghese entrance, Porta Pinciana , Via Veneto famous during 50s/60s for “la dolce vita”, God Neptune’s fountain and Moses’s fountain.

Rome by Night Private 2-Hour Sightseeing Tour

2. Rome by Night Private 2-Hour Sightseeing Tour

Prepare to be overwhelmed by the magical night-time atmosphere of Rome after your driver picks you up in the evening from your central accommodation. Along the way around the city you may have some short stops in order to take some photos, as well as get a closer look at some of the monuments, such as the Spanish Steps, the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Saint Peter Basilica, and many more.  Be amazed by the lights of the multiple bridges on the River Tiber and travel down the elegant Via Veneto of “La Dolce Vita”, famous for its paparazzi memories. End your experience with the most breathtaking view of Rome, from the terrace of Janiculum Hill where you will enjoy a romantic toast with a glass of sparkling Prosecco (if option selected), before being chauffeured back to your accommodation.

Rome: Self-Guided Famous Movie Locations Exploration Game

3. Rome: Self-Guided Famous Movie Locations Exploration Game

Step into the shoes of a photographer on the hunt for a famous actress in this exciting city game. Following the clues via an app which can be used offline, you will discover a series of movie locations around Rome in this independent walking trip. Set off on your adventure from the Fountain of the Naiads in the Piazza della Repubblica and explore the sites of timeless classics like Roman Holiday, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. Pause the game whenever you want to take a break for an espresso or a gelato. Along the way, you’ll discover hidden gems like the beautiful Piazza Navona and an art gallery inside a historic hotel. Finally, your journey will conclude at the ancient Tower of the Monkey, which has a legendary story of its own to tell.

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What people are saying about Via Veneto

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 25 reviews

Drove us to sites in Rome we may not have known about. Loved it.

Our driver was prompt, polite and the car was immaculate. We drove as the sun was setting and Rome was so beautiful. Our favorite was the Giardiniera al a orange. We would not have known about it or been able to see it if our driver hadn't taken us there. So beautiful, the landscaping and the view......

Wish it had started at dark

We enjoyed the tour. Roberto was good guide. The tour was called Rome After Dark. The tour started at 7 and it didn’t get dark until 8:45. Most of the sites we saw we had already seen just by driving around.

We were reliably chauffeured through Rome and had plenty of time to photograph the city at night. The detour to the Janiculum is nice, but is useless for taking photos.