Two ancient sayings well epitomize some advice I would give to those who first visit the city of Rome, one of the mother cities of the Western world. The first of them warns: to know Rome, a life is not enough. Yes it’s true. Rome is so great, fantastic and full of details, that even some born Romans may not know it in its entirety. Rome is like a mysterious woman who slowly reveals herself. In this way, I have no intention of suggesting the best way to “know” this city. It’s no use advising you to spend four days, seven or a whole month. Rome will always have what to offer as a surprise next time.
Taking a sightseeing tour of Rome is a good idea to visit the city. A city sightseeing tour in Rome is a nice solution if you are in the capital for a hit and run weekend or just want to visit all of its incredible attractions while sitting comfortably and in fun way, especially if you intend to visit Rome with children. Among the various city sightseeing companies in Rome, Big Bus Tours is a valid choice. Here’s the Rome bus tours guide.
Big Bus Tours offers:
– Digital commentary available in 9 different languages
– Two types of tours (Red Tour and Blue Tour)
– Hop on-hop service off
– A new fleet of air-conditioned buses
– Electronic tickets sent directly to your Smartphone
– Tickets valid for 24.48 or 72 hours
Hop on – Hop off service of city sightseeing
Like most of the city sightseeing in Rome, Big Bus Tours offers passengers the Hop on – Hop off service, that is the possibility to get on and off the tourist buses as often as desired during the validity period of the ticket. In this way it will be possible to decide where to get off, how much time to dedicate to the attractions that most interest you, when to get back on the bus.
There are 8 stops where you can get on and off the tourist buses and you can start and finish the tour in any of them.
Buses run every 10-20 minutes.
Red and Blue Tour
Big Bus Tours manages two types of slightly different tourist routes, which operate at different times of the week.
Red Tour: The Red Tour operates on weekdays (Monday – Friday). This route stops at the Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna (STOP 7).
Blue Tour: The Blue Tour operates during the weekend (Saturday and Sunday), during holidays and holidays. This route stops at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (STOP 3)
Printable e-tickets on smartphone
After booking the Rome tour on the Big Bus Tours sightseeing bus, you will have two ticket options. You can choose to ‘view and print’ the ticket, or you can have the ticket sent directly to the smartphone, which will be scanned when you board the bus. Simply bring your electronic ticket or smartphone to one of the scenic bus stops and present it to a member of staff Big Bus Tours before boarding the bus. In return you will receive a receipt to show to the driver each time you get on or off the bus during the validity of the ticket.
starting from € 25.50 for adults
starting from € 12.75 for children
You can choose between 24-hour, 48 or 72-hour tours
The main attractions included in the tour with city sightseeing
Piazza Venezia and the Altar of the Fatherland, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi
Colle and Palatine Museum
Basilica of Saint Peter
Rome is a city that is not easily forgotten. And to explore it at an affordable cost, using Hop On Hop Off service is the best option you can take. Hopefully this article can provide benefits for those of you who are planning to vacation in Rome.