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.
Explore the world-famous artworks of the Papal collections, including the legendary frescoes of Michelangelo. There are 54 galleries ('sale') to see, with over 20,000 artworks on display, culminating in the famous Sistine Chapel.
Travel back to Ancient Rome with entry passes to the city's most famous historical sites. Relive the stories of emperors and gladiators with Fast-Track admission to the Colosseum amphitheatre, then explore the nearby ruins of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
Enjoy a comfortable coach service connection from either Ciampino or Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino airport to Rome's Termini station with SIT Airport Shuttles. Buses depart every hour, and you'll reach your destination in just 45-50 minutes. Each ticket voucher entitles you to 1 x one-way transfer. Once you have bought your ticket voucher, simply present a printed copy of it to staff at the SIT Airport Shuttle stop, who will arrange your seat on the next departing coach.
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.
Explore the Baths of the Emperor Caracalla, one of Ancient Rome's largest and best-preserved spa complexes. Located a short distance from the Circus Maximus, the Baths once accommodated Romans in leisure activities like bathing, wrestling and socialising. While these ancient ruins impart a strong impression of the scale and ambition of Ancient Roman society and its facilities, they're also slightly off the beaten track, making them a must-visit destination for peaceful exploration at your own pace.