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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 11 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    Tour departs at 7:54 a.m.  , Please be there 30 min before
  • Departure Details :
    Rome Termini railway station
  • Return Details :
    7.36 pm Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Save your time and reach Rome by the high-speed train and visit the highlights of Rome by the hop-on/ hop off double-decker bus. Arrived at the Colosseum, the famous amphitheater that, with its gladiators, was Romes ancient center of public entertainment, the tour will continue with the visit of the Roman Forum, the Temple of Julius Caesar, the Curia Julia (the still-intact Senate House) before arriving at the Palatine Hills. Once arrived at the Vatican Museums with our skip the line tour and our monolingual guide, you will have an overview of the history and the art of Rome before entering the Vatican Museums. Here you will admire cavernous galleries filled with ancient sculptures, tapestries, maps, and Etruscan antiquities before visiting the Sistine Chapel with its famous frescos. Our tour will continue self-guided to admire the S. Peters Basilica and its elaborately paintings.

Know More about this tour

  • Enjoy riding on a Frecciarossa high-speed train and returning to Florence with plenty more time to explore
  • Enjoy a meet-and-greet with a local host at Florence railway station
  • Hop-on/ hop-off double decker bus from Rome Railway Station
  • Skip the line tour at Colosseum, Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel
With the help of our greeter (who will give you all the instructions to follow at destination) board on your high speed train to reach Rome in 1.5 hours. Once arrived in Rome, go to bus stop closest to Termini Station and reach the tour meeting points with a hop-on/hop-off comfortable double-decker bus. At the Colosseum, your guide will give you a thorough history lesson about the site, including the gladiatorial clashes, wild-animal fights, and mock-naval battles that were once staged here. After the Colosseum tour board again on your hop on/hop off bus and reache the meeting point for Vatican tour. Thanks to our special Skip-the-Line access youll see all the wonders of the Vatican City, including the Sistine Chapel and St. Peters Basilica.  Reaching the Vatican Museums, the guide will give you an overview of the history and art of the smallest state in the World. The most famous frescoes in the world will greet you when you enter the jewel box of the Sistine Chapel. Last but not least, youll see the grand cathedral sits atop the very spot where St. Peter was buried. On this self-guided part of the tour, youll see the churchs chapels and elaborately painted, multi-domed ceiling; also, Michelangelos remarkable Piet. At the end of the tour, board again on the hop on/hop off bus to reach the Termini station and take yout high speed train to Florence. IMPORTANT NOTES: Regarding Colosseum and Vatican, extra closures may always occur without notice. Be aware that even with Skip-the-Line entrance, lines may anyway occur due to Security checks.


  • Greeter at the Station in Florence
  • Roundtrip high-speed train tickets from Florence to Rome and Hop on Hop off one day pass
  • Skip the lines entrance and Expert speaking GuideVatican Museums including Sistine Chapel and S. Pe-ters Basilica (Self guided)
  • Colosseum
  • Audio headsets, if needed, so you can hear your guide


  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up/drop-off
  • Food/Beverages

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Cancellation up to 2 days before departure date: 100% refund

Unfortunately, wheelchairs and strollers cannot be accommodated on this tour. Visitors must be able to ascend and discend paths and/or stairs

Wear comfortable shoes and be ready for any weather conditions

The operator is not responsible for any delay due to the state railways and suppliers of rail service in the event of sudden strikes, natural disasters, and any event which might cause delays during the day.

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