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Jun 14, 2017
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Terminal Gianicolo | Street Urban VIII 16, 00165 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed June 14, 2017 via mobile

Travelled into Rome everyday on the Tram, quicker than the buses as they have dedicated lanes. You can buy Tickets from your Hotel or Tobacco Shops. At time of writing, a ticket costs Euros 1:50 and lasts for 120 minutes of travel from its endorsement....More

Date of experience: June 2017
1  Thank John W
Reviewed November 21, 2014

Wish we had read the reviews in advance, audio was very broken and not very informative and we were sold a joint ticket for the open bus and archeobus but were then told the archeobus no longer exists! There is also very few stops so...More

Date of experience: November 2014
6  Thank Rob P
Reviewed October 19, 2014

The Archeobus is not so bad as one would think while reading the other reviews. It is relative small bus with limited seats. Getting off at a stop always brings the risk of encountering a next bus with no seats felt, meaning you have to...More

Date of experience: October 2014
2  Thank Wiebe_1952
Reviewed October 18, 2014

So many problems: The website said there was a special for Oct. for 16 euro for 24 hrs -wrong! The kiosk wouldn't honor that price. The earbuds didn't work on any of the buses we rode. At one stop we waited 45 min. for a...More

Date of experience: October 2014
3  Thank 330SF
Reviewed October 8, 2014

Visited Rome 10/4/2014 - 10/6/2014. 110 does not appear to manage the number of available buses to support the number of tickets sold. While they advertise a bus every 10 minutes, what they don't mention is more often than not, the bus is full forcing...More

Date of experience: October 2014
2  Thank Don S
Reviewed October 7, 2014

24-hour ticket on hop-on hop-off -bus in Rome. There is a few problems in Rome which, I assume, all the open busses share. The streets are narrow with a lot (!) of traffic. Also there are interesting sites everywhere - an embarrassment of riches. That's...More

Date of experience: September 2014
4  Thank Sammy I
Reviewed October 7, 2014

We took the archeobus on our last day in Rome, The commentary was rubbish and minimal. Fortunately we had visited all the places already, we would have been extremely disappointed if this was our introduction to Rome

Date of experience: September 2014
Thank horse54101
Reviewed October 2, 2014

Total exhausting waste of time. We tried to catch the bus at the Colosseum and after waiting15 minutes, a bus appeared. It was full and we had to wait another 45 minutes -- no place to sit. We waited, and about an hour later, the...More

Date of experience: September 2014
1  Thank francofile104
Reviewed September 24, 2014

Long long waits. Rude staff. Indian touts around colosseum seemed convincing until I purchased my ticket. English commentary rather poor. Other services have more buses.

Date of experience: September 2014
Thank stayedeverywhere
Reviewed September 6, 2014

Apart from the obvious route which covers some key sights ....albeit parking some distance from them.... this bus tour is fairly low standard. Often the audio didn't work at all....when it did there was interference noise. The driving is APPALLING. On one of several bad...More

Date of experience: September 2014
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Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada
Picking Up Roma Pass (7 Replies)
I will be purchasing our Roma Passes on-line. For pick-up, I have the choices of PIT Fiumicino when we arrive (as long as the limo driver doesn't mind the extra wait) or PIT Termini (which is near where we are staying) or Trambus Open, Piazza dei Cinquecento (which is where we will be catching the Trambus on our arrival day (Saturday) after checking into our hotel in order to get a quick tour and get our bearings). Which location should we choose?
August 21, 2008|
Response fromfatjack1|
I would wait and pick them up at your convenience. They are available at many locations.
Roma Pass and Trambus Open 110 (2 Replies)
I have a question. We will arrive at our Hotel around noon after long trans-Atlantic flight (room promised to be ready). We plan to take Trambus Open 110 after some rest and take it easy this day. Next day we will start using our Roma Pass, and day after its transportation part. There is no way we can use this Pass to reduce the price to buy a ticket for the 110 Open? It is not really a big issue, just to know for sure. Thanks.
July 01, 2009|
Response fromZerlina|
The Trambus Open 110 site says that the price is reduced for Roma Pass holders; it doesn`t say the Roma Pass has to be validated. If you have picked up your Roma Pass, you should be able to get the reduced price.
Oklahoma City USA
Does Roma Pass include Trambus open or Electric busses? (2 Replies)
We plan to buy ROMA PASSes while in Rome, are they valid for the TramBus Open? Or for the Electric busses?? Thanks in advance.
May 06, 2008|
Response frombvlenci|
You can get a discount on the Open 110 bus if you have a Roma Pass. I think it's 13 euros instead of 16. The Roma pass does cover the electric buses, as well as all the other city buses, trams and metro.