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Electric bike rental in Rome

Rent an electric bike in Rome for four or eight hours, or up to three days depending on the itinerary you choose
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Welcome to Rome tickets

Immerse yourself in the epic drama of the Eternal City through a multimedia surround experience.
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Tour of bars in Rome with wine tasting and Italian beers

A self-guided tour of the best bars in Rome, where you will taste the best drinks of each place!
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Tickets for the Castle of Sant’Angelo

Entrance tickets to Sant'Angelo Castle, an incredible journey through the history of Rome. What once housed the mortal remains of Emperor Hadrian, and all the emperors to Caracalla, is now […]
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Tickets for the tourist bus through the streets of Rome

Go up and down in the main attractions of Rome, such as the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, Saint Peter and Saint Mary Maggiore, the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel, the Palatine […]
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Tickets for the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel: Skip The Line

Visit the work of Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel is recognized as one of the best works of art in history. By itself it would be worth paying the ticket, […]
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Tickets for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill: All in one

This incredible combined ticket gives you priority entry to the best places. Let a Citynautas representative accompany you to the Colosseum and explore the ground floor and the first level. […]
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Tickets for the opera La traviata in Rome

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Enjoy Verdi's most famous opera in an intimate Italian theater. The traviata tells the tragic story of two lovers destined to fail in nineteenth-century Paris, shattered by jealousy, politics and […]
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Rome Pass: save by visiting the main attractions of Rome

Travel free throughout the public transport network of Rome and enjoy free access to the best museums in Rome.
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Tickets for QC Termeroma: the best spa in Rome

Take care like the ancient Romans with a visit to the modern and luxurious spa of Rome, inspired by the baths of antiquity
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Tickets for Colosseum and Roman Forum + Guided tour in English

Guided tour in Spanish and including entrance to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, two of the most emblematic places of beautiful Rome!
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Combined ticket: Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel + tourist bus

This skip the line ticket to the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel also includes 24 or 48 hours of tourist bus to the red double-decker buses of City Sightseeing Rome.
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Total Rome: Colosseum and Vatican Museums: Skip-the-line access + tourist bus 48 h

A ticket that combines the tourist bus, with the Vatican Museums and the magnificent Colosseum, the best of Rome in a single entrance.
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What to do in Rome in 3 days

The colosseum and the Roman Forum

This ancient amphitheater was a place of combat for the brave Roman gladiators, as well as the scene of representation of battles and animal fights, all to entertain the great masses that came to it in the times of ancient Rome. Its almost 2000-year-old structure is still standing and you can even visit the combat arena and the! Changing rooms! of the gladiators. Very close to the great Colosseum is the ancient Rome forum, an archaeological site that shows us what the ancient city of Rome was like in those imperial times.

Throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain

This imposing baroque style fountain is without a doubt the most famous in all of Rome and surely also one of the most visited in the world. There is an old tradition that says that if you throw a coin into the fountain, you ensure your return to the city of Rome, which is why it is estimated that every day about $ 3000 euros ends up in its fund. But do not get excited… there is already a person in charge of gathering them every night and these funds are destined to different charities in the city.

Tour the Vatican city

This city within Rome itself has an area of ​​only 44 hectares and about 800 citizens, forming one of the smallest independent states in the world. It is the official seat of the Catholic Church and a totally independent state despite being totally within the center of Rome. Once you cross the border, do not miss visiting the immense Vatican museums, where you will find a wide collection of works of art and the famous Sistine chapel, painted by Miguel Angel himself.

The Sant'Angelo Castle

This ancient fortification located on the right bank of the Tiber River, in front of the Aelius pons and a few minutes from the Vatican City, is a must-see for all history lovers. Inside is the Sant’Angelo Castle Museum, where we can see an immense collection of works of art and objects related to the rich Italian history.

Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine

But if we talk about really rich things, enjoying Italian cuisine is undoubtedly one of the best plans to make in Rome. Be it a napoletana pizza, some spaghetti all’amatriciana, risottos, antipasto or a revitalizing espresso and a refreshing gelato, in the restaurants and cafes of the Italian capital you will undoubtedly find endless delights to delight your palate.

Visit the Pantheon of Agripa

This ancient Roman temple built between the years 118 and converted into a Christian church is undoubtedly one of the most imposing buildings in the Italian capital. Inside it we will see an imposing coffered concrete dome, which has a central opening, the oculus, which allows light to enter the interior of the pantheon as well as rain and inclement weather. Almost two thousand years after its construction, the dome of the Pantheon of Agripa remains the largest unarmed concrete dome in the world.

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