Roma Cristiana Open Bus Tour Rome
Roma Cristiana Open Bus tours are linked a lot to historical Christian monuments when it comes to sightseeing. Roma Cristiana Open Bus Tour Rome offers a large variety of Tour Ticket Combos including one that includes public transportation as well (which during high season August thru September may provide a big advantage). If you purchase the ticket that includes public transportation you can jump on any public bus, tram or metro if your tour bus gets delayed due to traffic or any other reason.
Roma Christiana Bus Tours offer audio guides in 8 different languages which are; Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Russian, will tell you about Roman history while cruising around the city.
The flyer you recieve when getting on the bus has a lot of information about what other tours Roma Cristiana Tours offer: for example walking tours, Vatican Garden tours and an information tour on Churches and Monuments around the Historical Center, just to name a few. They also have a list on what time the most important churches of Rome hold Mass. On the back, you'll find a map of the Open Bus Tour and the stops it takes you to.
The buses are air conditioned on warmer days or you can sit on top and enjoy the fresh air and a panoramic view. Don't forget to bring water, a hat and suntan lotion!
The Roma Cristiana Bus Tour stops at St Pietro (Saint Peter)/Vaticano (Vatican), Piazza Navona/S. Agnese in Agone, Pantheon/Santa Maria ad Martyres, Piazza Venezia/S. Maria in Aracoeli, Stazione Termini (Termini Station), Santa Maria Maggiore, San Giovanni in Laterano, Coloseum, Circo Massimo (Circus Maximus) S. Sabina all'Aventino, San Bartolomeo all'Isola Tiberina, and the Campo de' Fiori S. Maria in Trastevere.
Time tables: Roma Cristiana Open Bus Tour Rome has two starting points; the first bus starts at Termini train station Piazzale del Cinquecento at 9.00AM or near Saint Peter at 9.30AM in Via della Conciliazione, 44. Roma Cristiana Open bus tour runs every 10-20 minutes. The last round of the day goes at 6.00PM. Sometimes time table’s and routes change without notice usually because of strikes or demonstrations.
Where to buy the tickets: The tickets can be bought on-line, from the bus driver on site or at the ticket office in front of Saint Peter’s Square to your left when facing the Basilica.
How much do the tickets cost for the Vatican hop on hop off bus?
The 24 hour ticket starts at 20.00 Euro, children under 10 go free.
The 48 hour ticket costs 22.00 Euro, kids under 10 are free.
The "one round tour" ticket which means you get one complete tour ride from without getting off costs 15.00 Euro, kids under 10 are free.
The tour lasts about 2 hours, depending on traffic.
1 day ticket called Vatican and Rome:
this offer lets you go on the Roma Cristiana hop on - hop off bus and you can take Rome's Public transportation (tram, bus, trains and metro)as well for 21.00 Euro, kids under 10 are free!
3 day ticket called Vatican and Rome:
this offer lets you go on the Roma Cristiana hop on - hop off bus and you can take Rome's Public transportation (tram, bus, trains and metro)as well for 33.00 Euro, kids under 10 are free!
Please note: People with disabilities go free and their companion go for free as well!
To know about their special offers and 3 day tours, I would advise you to have a look at their home page!
Note: Tickets are valid from the first validation and not calendar days! A big plus point for the Vatican tour bus!
For more info or reservations: 0039 06 69896380 / 384
The office is open 7 days a week, including holidays.
This is where the Roma Cristiana Open Bus tours stop:
1. San Pietro (Saint Peter)/Vaticano (Vatican) - Via della Conciliazione 44 and/or Borgo S. Angelo
2. Piazza Navona/S. Agnese in Agone - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 178
3. Piazza Venezia/S. Maria in Aracoeli - Piazza Venezia
4. Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain)/Basilica SS. Apostoli - Via Cesare Battisti 120
5. Stazione Termini (Termini Station) (Make sure you go to Piazza de Cinquecento in front of Rome's main train station) - Piazzale dei Cinquecento
6. Santa Maria Maggiore ( Basilica of Saint Mary Major), - Via Liberiana 21
7. San Giovanni in Laterano - Piazza Giovanni Paolo II
8. Colosseo (Colosseum)/Colosseo S. Gregorio Magno - Via di San Gregorio
9. Circo Massimo (Circus Maximus)/ S. Sabina all'Aventino - Piazzale Ugo La Malfa
10. San Bartolomeo all'Isola Tiberina - Piazza di Monte Savello 10
11. Campo de' Fiori S. Maria in Trastevere - Lungotevere dei Vallati 7