• Bus Tours Rome Italy

    Bus Tours in Rome are a convient way of being able to get around Rome to see all the main attractions. You are allowed to hop on and hop at the buses regular stops.

  • 110 Open Bus Tour Rome

    The 110 Open Bus Tour Rome takes you to all the most important attractions throughout Rome. You can hop on at any point in the tour and hop off at anytime which makes getting around the city easy.

110 Open bus tour of Rome


110 Open bus tour of Rome


The 110 Open bus tour bus which is a hop-on hop off double decker bus, departs every 10 minutes starting from 8.30AM – 8.30PM from the first of April to the 14th of October and from 8.30AM - 7.00PM from the 15th of October to the 31st of March from Piazza del Cinquecento which is the square in front of Termini Train Station.

Some of the monuments will be right next to the bus stops and other monuments will be further away from the stops, so you’ll have to walk a little because the big buses will not fit through the small streets!

On this sightseeing “110 Open Bus hop-on – hop-off bus, you can choose for yourself when and where to get off and then get back on when you are finished! If you decide not to get off, keep in mind that a full tour lasts about 2 hours.

The bus has 47 seats available on the top and 12 seats available on the bottom, which is the closed part and 1 area is reserved for people in wheelchairs.  When hopping on  the 110 Open Bus Tour Rome, you'll receive disposable earphones which you can plug in to a hole in front of your seat and listen to an audio guide in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Japanese and Russian.




Tour Stops

110 Open Bus Tour Stops

The 110 Open bus passes close to all the most famous sights in Rome like Termini, Colosseum, Circo Massimo, Bocca della Verita' (Mouth of Truth), Piazza Venezia,Saint Peter's, Trevi Fountain, Barberini and then back to Termini.

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Pricing Info

Where to buy the tickets:
You can buy the 110 Open Bus Tour tickets at the Tourist Info Point on the square Piazza del Cinquecento at Termini Train Station, or on-line. They often have promotions running so have a look before you buy. You can also purchase tickets directly on the bus when you board!

How much do the tickets cost for the 110 Open bus? Adults pay 20.00 Euro, children from 10-17 years old and Seniors 65 and over pay 18.00 Euro and children under 10 years old and disabled people are free of charge. Tickets are valid for 48 hours! If you are a larger Group, it's better to send a fax in advance to the following number: 0039 06 6892670, make reservations and get a discount. If you only want to hop on and off for one day, you'll pay 15.00 Euro. The 110 Open family ticket is valid for 2 adults and 2 kids aged 10-17. The ticket costs 50 Euro and is valid for 2 days. You can combine the 110 Open bus very well with the Archeobus because they're from the same company.
A good idea would be combining both tickets (110 Open and Archeobus) for 25.00 euro and have a valid ticket for 72 hours! If you want a one time only tour without getting on and off, buy the No stop ticket which is valid for 1 round tour and costs 12.00 Euro on either the 110 Open or the Archeobus.
Important: Prices are always changing because of discounts and special promotions they offer on-line! For more information you can call 110 Open Bus Tour at 0039 06 6840901 Party on the 110 Open bus tour Have an Italian breakfast or an Italian Happy Hour in between your stops! If you have at least 20 people you can book a special private tour. The catering will serve Italian Prosecco (sparkling wine) with various snacks or an Italian breakfast, croissants and hot drinks of your choice. Reservations are required under the following number 0039 06 6840901.

Important: Prices are always changing because of discounts and special promotions they offer on-line!

For more information you can call 110 Open Bus Tour at 0039 06 6840901



 This is where the 110 Open Tour Bus stops all the time;

1. Termini - Piazza dei Cinquecento (Make sure you go to Piazza de Cinquecento in front of Rome's main train station)

2. Colosseum - Via San Gregorio

3. Circo Massimo - Piazzale Ugo La Malfa

4. Bocca della Verita' (Mouth of Truth) - Piazza Bocca della Verita', 16

5. Piazza Venezia - Via del Teatro di Marcello, 34

6. Saint Peter's - Via Borgo S. Angelo, 15

7. Trevi Fountain - Via del Tritone, 53 (you still have to walk quite a distance to reach the Trevi Fountain but it is a worthwhile walk).

8. Barberini - Via Barberini, 4

9. back to Termini (Make sure you go to Piazza de Cinquecento in front of Rome's main train station) - Piazza dei Cinquecento

Please note: On the weekends and on holidays the route stay's the same! Sometimes the bus needs to change a route because of strikes or demonstrations.



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