The Big Bus Rome sightseeing tour offers a recorded commentary in your choice of either English, Italian Spanish, French, German, Chinese Mandarin, Russian, Arabic and Portuguese. The commentary is available through complimentary earphones that you will receive when you board the bus.
All the tour tickets we sell on our website are open dated, meaning you can travel on any day within 6 months of purchase. If you purchase a ticket that offers validity for more than 24 hours, you must travel on consecutive days.
A child ticket is available for children between the ages of 6 - 18. Children under 6 may travel free of charge. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Yes, most of our buses are wheelchair accessible.
You're all set! Simply show your voucher(s) to any member of on-street staff who will scan the QR code and hand over your yellow Big Bus Tour tickets. Don't lose them, they're like gold (cash) and cannot be replaced.
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Our 3-day Deluxe Ticket gives you the opportunity to discover the best of Rome on board our open-top double decker sightseeing buses. In addition to our hop-on hop-off service there are available free Digital Walking Tours, a unique audio and navigation functionality enables you to explore the city on your own, discovering hundreds of urban sights along many suggested itineraries.
Enjoy the beauty of the Vatican Museum complex and the Michelangelo's masterpieces inside the Sistine Chapel
Mask Rules FFP2 masks are compulsory on board the bus. Please note that from Sunday 1st May, it is no longer mandatory to present a Covid Green Pass, but all customers must wear a FFP2 type mask on board the bus, in line with Italian law. While this is not our rule, it is imposed by the Italian government and it must be respected, as Italian Police can board the bus and issue fines to passengers (and businesses) who disregard this rule.