Museums, Historical Buildings and Cathedrals
Rome is a city abundant in world-class water features, but none more stunning, or more famous, than the Trevi Fountain.
A monumental stairway with a monumental past, the Spanish Steps are literally and figuratively at the heart of Rome.
Experience this high-domed church at the heart of Catholicism and its magnificent gallery at the heart of the art world.
One of ancient Rome’s greatest achievements combines momentous history and inspired architecture.
The old papal buildings have altered little over the centuries, but still act as an open-air hub for cafés and street entertainers.
Forget the Louvre, the Met or the Hermitage, some of the world’s greatest collections of art can be found in the Vatican Museums.
You may wonder what it feels like to be a VIP in the Vatican. You'll ignore the lines and slip through our Private Partner Entrance, courtesy of our official partner status. Our VIP door allows us to shave hours off the usual waiting time during peak season.
Stand in the spot where gladiators once clashed swords and battles raged before throngs of spectators as you visit the mighty Colosseum and get special access to the arena floor. Afterward, learn what daily life was like in ancient Rome as you walk in the footsteps of everyday citizens among the ruins of the Roman Forum.
Explore all the major sights of Rome on a double-decker, hop-on hop-off bus that gives you 360-degree views of the Italian capital's ancient charms. Enjoy unlimited rides within the validity of your pass, stopping at world-famous attractions including the Colosseum, the Vatican, St Peter's Basilica, and the Trevi Fountain.
Get fast access to the most famous art and sculpture in the world with skip-the-line escorted entrance tickets to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. Meet the ticket coordinator at the meeting point 15 minutes before your scheduled entrance time to check in.
Travel back to an era of violence and grandeur at the Colosseum, a symbol of the strength of the Roman Empire. Bypass the lines to save time, and then imagine what life was like in the Rome of 80 AD as you roam the once-bustling Forum and the palatial ruins atop Palatine Hill.
The ancient glory of Rome returns to life! Skip the Line at three of the most significant surviving remnants of the Eternal City: the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum. Your expert, English-speaking tour guide will share anecdotes and history, rebuilding the impressive ruins with tales of Ancient Rome’s heyday.
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Making the most of a day trip to Rome, Italy