Roma pass Rome Reviews
a way to beat the queues and save money Apr 03, 2009
Often multi-day passes which combine transportation and entry to sights are nothing more than a tourist trap and turn out more expensive than buying separate tickets.
Not so the Roma pass, which combines three days unlimited public transportation with free entrance to two sights or museums of choice, and disounted entrance to any sights after that. And all that for just 23 Euros, which means that if you do two trips by bus or subway a day, and plan to visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum (and let's face it, who doesn't?) you have already earned back the price of the pass.
And to make things even better, you get priority entrance to many of the sites, including the Colosseum, which usually has hour-long queues.
The only drawback is that it is not valid in the Vatican, but other than that pretty much every museum or sight is included in the pass.
Part of the Rome 2009 travel blog
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