Rome Attraction Tickets | Big Bus Tours
Experience the magic of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with an expert live guide. You'll hear fascinating facts and stories about the artworks on display, and you'll gain valuable insight into the history of the Vatican museum complex and authority. Tours last about 2.5 hours, and are conducted in English, French, Italian and Spanish. Please redeem your ticket voucher with a Big Bus Tours staff member first.
Discover the secrets of the Pantheon, the only former Roman temple that remained intact throughout the centuries. Uncover the fascinating history behind its mysterious Oculus (an opening on its ceiling) listening to an insightful digital audioguide, available in English, Chinese, German, French, Italian and Spanish. Tickets are free from 0 to 17 years old.
The Rome Airport Bus offers transfers between either Fiumicino Airport (FCO) or Ciampino Airport (CIA) and Roma Termini train station. Choose between a one-way or round-trip ticket!
Discover the best view in Rome at the Altar of the Fatherland. Admire views of the magnificent Eternal City from a whole new perspective.
Includes Audioguide. Go beneath the Trevi district and explore the depths of Roman history. You'll discover an ancient building complex buried 9 meters beneath the streets of the neighbourhood surrounding the iconic Trevi Fountain. Hours: 11:00–17:00 (Tue–Sun, closed Mondays). Tour times 11:00, 11:30, 15:00 & 15:30. Please present your booking confirmation or voucher to a Big Bus Tours staff member to book your entrance time before going to the Trevi Underground Experience.
Discover the history of this mausoleum-turned-museum with skip-the-line access. Located on the right bank of the Tiber, the Castel Sant'Angelo is an ancient fortress with centuries of history. Admire the paintings and statues at Castel Sant’Angelo before visiting the terrace for views across Rome, the Bridge of Angels and the River Tiber.
Located 5 meters beneath the Piazza Navona, the ruins of the Stadium of Domitian provide a fascinating window into Ancient Rome. Constructed for atheletic events nearly 2,000 years ago, the Stadium was the first and only masonry stadium, and hosted up to 20,000 spectators. Visit this intimate UNESCO world heritage site to view remnants of the stadium and discover its history via an exhibition featuring 3D videos, interactive displays and a free audioguide.