Bus Tours

No matter which part of the city it is that you are traveling, touring by bus is a very suitable option.  This is especially true if the tourist spots are spaced apart, in different areas across the city.

The same thing applies if you want to have at tour of Rome, the capital city of Italy.  This romantic and charming city has dozens of stories to be told and the city itself is a living, breathing museum.

Rome bus tours make stops at some of the most popular spots in Rome, including the Piazza del Cinquecento, the Piazza Venezia, the Coloseo, Via Veneto and Piazza Barberini.

Why Participating in Rome Bus Tours is One of the Best Ways to Discover the City

Whether it is your first, second or tenth time to tour the “Eternal City” in Italy, there’s no doubt that one of the best ways to discover all the treasures that Rome has to offer is via bus tours.

Let’s say that you decide to pay for a private tour. These travel packages are usually expensive, although there is that benefit of being able to explore the city via a private tourist guide.

On the other hand, driving around the city in your own car is usually not recommended because of the traffic jams that you will find yourself upon.  Also, navigating through the streets of Rome will reduce the pleasure out of your touring experience.

You can opt for a walking tour but if you do not want to get tired walking through the different sights in the city – then a tour of Rome by bus is still the best way to experience everything that Rome has to offer.

Tips to Remember when Joining a Rome Bus Tour

In Rome, there are buses which have ‘open tops’ where tourists can get to have an unrestricted view of this city which is practically a living and breathing museum.

For example, if you will book for yourself a Rome sightseeing bus tour which is also called a ‘hop on, hop off’ tour of Rome – there’s a route which starts from the Stazione Termini at the Piazza del Cinquecento. The tour will then move on to the Piazza Venezia, the Coloseo is the next stop – then the Piazza Barberini is the last stop of the bus tour.

When booking for a Rome bus tour, make sure that the vehicle is an ‘open bus’ so that you can have an unrestricted view of the city while the bus is moving.

The good thing about such tours is that there are English and Italian-speaking hosts who can answer all of your inquiries regarding the city. It’s good to book for these bus tours in advance – they can easily be done online. Finally, see to it that the bus tour will get you to your most favorite spots in the city – whether it is the exquisite Monuments of Rome, a tour of Ancient Rome, or a solemn visit to the Vatican Museums.

As you can see, Rome bus tours are one of the best ways to soak in the sights, explore everything that the city has to offer – so get a ticket and book for one now!