Starting from 17 December, 2014 the service operated by Trambus Open S.p.A. is not available anymore. To get refund for your advance purchased tickets, please contact the company before 21 December 2014, writing an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
110 open Non Stop valid for 1 tour Groups/school trips minimum 30 px € 15.00
110 open 1 day valid for 24 hours € 20.00
110 open Family Rate Hop-on Hop-off valid for 24hours for max 4 people (max 2 adults and kids aged 6- 17) € 50.00
Free kids aged 0 - 5 y.o. Disabled
Integrated Hop-on Hop-off
110 open + archeobus Hop-on Hop-off valid for 48H € 30.00
110 open + archeobus Family Rate Hop-on Hop-off valid for 48H for max 4 people (max 2 adults and kids aged 6- 17) € 70.00
With the Trambus Open ticket, you also enjoy reduced entrance fees for the museums belonging to the Civic Museum network of the City of Rome.
On line offers: http://www.trambusopen.com/en/advantages.cfm
Special price euro 15,00 for 24 hours tickets and Stop&Go cards.
Special price euro 25,00 for 48h tickets and Stop&Go cards.
The 110 Open tourist line takes you to all the major historical and artistic sights of the city and it gives passengers a unique, spectacular view of the city as it passes close by the main archaeological sites and monuments.
The line, managed with open double-deckers equipped with audioguide system in 8 languages (Italian, French, English, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese) and disable people position, runs every day, holidays included, with a 20-minute-frequency from 08:30 a.m. to 08:30 p.m. with terminus in Piazza dei Cinquecento (Termini Railway Station)
The whole tour lasts about 2 hours.
On board, free distribution of the official map of the Municipality of Rome and disposable earphones.
Viale EinaudiThe first leg of the route starts at Viale Einaudi, passing through Piazza della Repubblica and along Via Nazionale.
Near the begining of the route you can visit the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, seat of the National Roman Museum, the Baths of Diocletian, and the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli.
Other points of interest to admire on this leg include the Church of San Vitale, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, and Piazza del Quirinale.
Via di San Gregorio
Via degli Annibaldi - Sundays Only
This stage covers Flavius' Amphitheatre, known as the Colosseum because the colossal 35 meter high gilded bronze statue of Nero once stood nearby.
Other points of interest nearby include Trajan's Column & Markets, Augustus' Forum, the Roman Forum, the Basilica of Saints Cosmos and Damian, and the Basilica of Maxentius or Constantine.
Along the way you will also see the Domus Aurea, the Arch of Constantine, and the Frangipane Tower.
Piazzale Ugo La Malfa
Along the way to Piazzale Ugo La Malfa you can admire the Circus Maximus, the ruins of the ancient Imperial Palaces on the Palatine Hill and the F.A.O. Palace.
Bocca della Verità
Bocca della Verità
Piazza Bocca della Verità, 16
Inside the portico of the Church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin you will find the ancient mask known as Bocca della Verità (Mouth of Truth). According to a popular belief, it could bite off the hand of any liar. In the vicinity there are also the Circus Maximus, the Temple of Fortuna Virilis, Theatre of Marcellus, and the Church of San Nicola in Carcere.
Via del Teatro di Marcello
In the heart of the city you will admire the Vittoriano, the Campidoglio with Michelangelo's "border" the Church of Santa Maria dell'Ara Coeli, Palazzo Venezia and Palazzo delle Assicurazioni. As you go along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, you will come across the Torre Argentina archaeological area and the Church of Sant' Andrea della Valle. Along the way, in Piazza Navona are the Fontana dei Fiumi and the Church of Sant' Agnese in Agone. This route also takes you past Palazzo Braschi, the Barracco Museum, Palazzo della Cancelleria, the Oratorio dei Filippini and the Churches of Santa Maria in Vallicella and San Giovanni dei Fiorentini.
Borgo Sant’Angelo 15
Via della Conciliazione leads to Saint Peter's Basilica. Its construction was supervised by Bramante, Rafael, Michelangelo, Maderno and other architects, including Bernini who decorated the interior. Saint Peter is the largest Basilica in the world. It covers twenty-two thousand square metres, and is 194 metre long and 132 metre high. From Piazza Cavour crossing Ponte Cavour you will reach Piazza del Popolo. Along the way you will pass by Palazzo di Giustizia, Porta del Popolo, the Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, and the "twin" churches of Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto.
Fontana di Trevi
Fontana di Trevi
Via del Tritone, 53
In this stage, it is possible to visit two stunning fountains: the fountain of Triton, in Piazza Barberini, built by Bernini in 1643 and the world famous Trevi fountain. The legend says that if a tourist wishes to return to Rome, he/she must simply throw a coin over his/her shoulder into the fountain.
Via Barberini, 4
This route takes you through Via Vittorio Veneto, one of the most famous and elegant streets in Rome, full of luxury cafes, restaurants and shops. Along the way there are the Fontana delle Api, the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione (known as Church of "Capuchins") and Palazzo Margherita, seat of the United States Embassy
Piazza dei Cinquecento
Piazza dei Cinquecento
The tour ends back at the starting point in Piazza dei Cinquecento, so called because of the 500 Italian soldiers who died in the battle of Dogali, Eritrea, in 1887.
Before this stop you can see part of the ruins of the Mura Serviane, attributed to the penultimate King of Rome, Servius Tullius, which were restored in the 4th century B.C.
LIST ON HOLIDAYS:
Termini (Viale Einaudi)
Santa Maria Maggiore (Via Liberiana - only Sunday)
Via di San Gregorio (Via Annibaldi - Sunday only)
Circus Maximus (Piazzale Ugo La Malfa)
Mouth of Truth (Piazza della Bocca della Verita 16)
Piazza Venezia (Via del Teatro di Marcello)
San Pietro (Borgo Sant'Angelo 15)
Fontana di Trevi (Via del Tritone 53)
Piazza Barberini (Via Barberini 4)
Termini (Piazza dei Cinquecento)
Every Wednesday for the Pope's Audience and Every Sunday for the Angelus, San Pietro stop is in Piazza Pia instead of Borgo Sant'Angelo.