Best Of Rome Sightseeing Pass: Vatican And Colosseum With Hosted Entry

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    Report at the Meeting Point 15 minutes before the time written on the voucher.
  • Departure Details :
    Fontana di Piazza d'Aracoeli, Piazza d'Aracoeli, 00185 Rome Italy
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Enjoy your reserved entrance tickets for the Colosseum, Roman forum and Palatine hill.
Visit the Vatican museums & Sistine Chapeland embark on an unforgettable adventure at your own pace.
This pass includes also skip-the-line entrance to St. Peters Church and Tombs of the Popes.
Download at the meeting point the innovative TOURISTATION APP that includes an offline city map and city audioguide for the main attractions in Rome.

Highlights

Tour is wheelchair accessible

Skip the line

Perfect introduction for first-time visitors

Know More about this tour

Arrive at the TOURISTATION Roman forum & Colosseum POINT and get the fast track entrance vouchers for all your entrance to all the sites. The staff will help you to download the Audio-Guide of Rome (free Wi-Fi) and give you a free Map of the City.

Colosseum, Roman forum and Palatine hill: you will visit one of the most famous monuments in the world, the Colosseum, the immense amphitheater that was the largest ever built by the Roman Empire. This pass includes the entrance to the Via sacra where the Roman citizens used to live and the entrance to the Palatine hill, site of the foundation of Rome and settlement of the most important houses of emperors and kings.

Vatican museums & Sistine chapel: enjoy a hassle-free experience at your own pace. The Sistine Chapel alone would be worth a trip to the Vatican museums. Painted by the greatest Renaissance painters, the chapels famous frescoes are quite simply sublime.

St. Peters Church & Tombs of the Popes: skip the notoriously long lines to St. Peter's Basilica and enjoy more time at the Pope's home church and the Tombs of the Popes.

 

Inclusions

TOURISTATION APP: offline map + Rome City Audio guide

Free WI-FI

Entry/Admission - Sistine Chapel

Entry/Admission - Touristation

Entry/Admission - Colosseum

Entry/Admission - Palatine Hill

Entry/Admission - Roman Forum

Entry/Admission - St. Peter's Basilica

Entry/Admission - Vatican Grottoes

Entry/Admission - Vatican Museums

Exclusions

Guided tours

Transport

Food and drinks

Access to the dome at St. Peter's Basilica

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements

Pregnant women, families with strollers, and visitors on crutches or wheelchairs have priority entrance to the Vatican Museums

Big bags and suitcases are not allowed in the sites

Please note that for safety reasons the Coliseum can accommodate up to 3.000 people at once.This could lead to delays in access to the site, even for pre-booked visitors. For security reasons all visitors and their luggage shall be screened. To facilitate the security checks please insert any object (including mobile phone) in the bag/backpack or in the tray to be included in the X-ray.

ID CARD for kids is mandatory

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 29-Aug-2019

    I have booked many tours on this site. All were good except and bad experience at Vatican.
    We had booked this tour after checking that it is wheel chair accessible, as me and my wife are 85 and 80 years old. Although we can walk few distance but not long distance. When we reached office we were not shown the video as mentioned in the tour details and we were not provided with audio guide. So we enquired about the guide. We clearly mentioned that we are two people on wheel chair. The guide was arranged after discussing the wheel chair accessiblilty.
    The guide at colloseum and Roman forum was indeed very good and very helping. I appreciate her for the knowledge she had and for her very helping behavior. Although it was rough and rocky area but still she helped us and we could visit it very comfortably on wheel chair. She guided us to elevators so that we see all floors of colloseum through top and we really enjoyed the view.
    We then reached Vatican. Guide was a different person here. We had a very bad experience from this
    guide at Vatican. She was very arrogant and not willing to listen. Then she agreed to take us along and another guide took us. He knew very well that we had two wheel chairs, yet he made my relatives push the wheel chair all along the steep ramp of five floors at museum in one go, nonstop , although there was a beautiful large elevator there. .!!!!
    There was good arrangement for wheel chair tourist but our guide didn't mention at all about the elevator route and just left us at stairs asking us to lift the chair and climb stairs.
    The security guards were very reasonable and caring. They suggested and directed us to elevator and we made our tour on our own by elevator. Thanks to security guards.
    I just wished guide had told us this and directed us to elevator. Probably the senior female tour operator was worried we would ask for refund if guide doesn't accompany us, so they forced us to push the wheel chair on steep ramp, just to make sure that we leave the group on our own so that they are not liable for refund.
    It made us feel so disgusted that there were very good elevator arrangements already there, but guide never told this, or directed us to elevators, and watched us struggling pushing the wheel chair on very steep ramp where even a normal healthy person would get tired and panting.

  • 03-Jul-2019

    really good experience as the agency has several Offices in Rome and were very helpful in view to tickets, booking of time slots and so on especially for Sixt. Chapel and Colosseum

  • 10-Sep-2018

    Indeed the best of Rome. The Palatine Hills, The Forum, and yes, the Colosseum was a great experience. This was a 2-day pass, and our first day was the Vatican, The Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and the St. Peter's Basilica. This is the most important highlight of our Italian trip. The Colosseum is a must, but unfortunately, it was over two hours wait before we could go inside. I hope the Italian Tourist Board can find a manageable way to ease the clutter. I knew they are doing their best to have tourists the best wonderful experience.

  • 09-Apr-2018

    I would recommend arriving at the touristation more than 10 minutes early to collect tickets. Rome is a very busy place and lines can often take longer than expected. Booking these tickets did make our waiting times a lot shorter. It is good to be more prepared visiting these places than buying your ticket on the door on the day. Overall good experience.