Walk On Walk Off: Flexible Rome Tour Pass
There’s nothing better than exploring a city at your own pace, taking the time to soak in the sights, culture and lifestyle, and you can do exactly that with the Flexible Rome Tour Pass. The pass is valid for 7 consecutive days, and you can choose to start your tour at whatever time suits you. Choose from a list of 10 guided tours that you can undertake at your own convenience - just show up at the designated point about 10 minutes before the start time and walk on with the rest of the tour.
- Explore Rome the bohemian way with the Flexible Rome Tour Pass that lets you experience the city on your own schedule.
- Choose from 10 varied tours that includes historic tours, laidback city walks and even a food tour.
- With the Flexible Rome Tour Pass, you don’t have to makes reservations in advance. Any changes in plans will not disrupt your tour schedule, and you can always pick up where you left off with the next tour on your list. Just show up at the designated point about 10 minutes before the tour begins, and you’re good to go.
You will begin your 7-day tour at the designated meeting point. Each tour is an hour-long and involves walking about the attractions and exploring them - it’s as simple as that. You can cover as many as 10 tours in the 7 days that your pass is valid.
Ancient Rome Rediscovered
You can start with ancient Rome, a tour that will take you through the magnificent Roman Forum and lead on to the Colosseum. You’ll learn about what life was really like at the focal point of one of the greatest empires in history.
The Vatican City
Next up is Vatican City, famous for being the world’s smallest country. Home to the Pope and the seat of the Catholic Church, you’ll get a glimpse into the fascinating history of this religious state while strolling through the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica.
The Flavors of Rome
Take a break and grab a bite to eat at the exquisite Campo dei Fiori market, where you can tuck into sumptuous Italian food. You’ll also learn about what makes Italian cuisine one of the best in the world and explore the different areas in the market where you can eat, learn what you can eat where and sample local delicacies as well.
The Historic Center
If there’s one characteristic about Rome that stands out, it’s the cobbled streets that are laid out in the entirety of the city. You can explore the lovely piazzas at the center of Rome and stop by landmark sights along the way that includes the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain
Your Roman Holiday would be incomplete without a visit to the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. The Silver Screen tour (as it is also known) takes you to two of Rome’s most cinematic attractions and details the legends, lores and history behind them. Don’t forget to make a wish by tossing a coin into the Trevi Fountain before you go!
Trastevere Evening Stroll
As dusk begins to settle over the city, it’s time to head to Trastevere, a neighborhood that comes alive by night. Take an evening stroll through this area that’s filled with beautiful squares, restaurants, bars and a delightful street-life that goes back several years! Don’t forget to check out some of the restaurants recommended by the guide, who will also educate you on the culture and history of the area.
Rome Ghost Tour
Recommended for those who are brave of heart and mind, the Rome Ghost Tour delves into the darker bit of Rome’s history. You’ll get to see monuments erected in the name of heretics that were burned at the stake, creepy funerary art and even an ancient Roman murder mystery that continues to baffle people to this day.
The Life and Times of Julius Caesar
‘Et tu, Brute?’ These were Julius Caesar’s famous last lines in Shakespeare’s iconic play about the titular, enigmatic Roman emperor. History buffs will love this tour that explores the life of one of the greatest and most well-known emperors of ancient Rome, including a visit to the site where he is believed to have been assassinated.
The Jewish Ghetto
The Jewish Ghetto tour will enlighten you about one of the oldest European Jewish communities and how they influenced Roman history and culture while fighting terrible oppression. This tour is not entirely sombre, however, and includes delightful restaurant recommendations in the area.
Circus Maximus and the Aventine Hill
No visit to Rome is complete without a stroll through two of the city’s most beautiful parks - Aventine Hill and Circus Maximum. Here, you’ll get a semi-secret view of St. Peter’s Basilica, walk through an ancient racetrack and even linger in a tranquil orange grove in this rejuvenating walk through the parks.
- Colosseum (outside)
- St Peter's Basilica (outside)
- Historic Center
- Trevi Fountain
- Spanish Steps
- Jewish Ghetto
- Professional guide.
- Tastings on the food tour.
- Complete flexibility.
- English-language tour guide.
- Hotel transfers.
Know Before You Go
- The tour will be for 1 hour per day.
- Please show up at the designated spot 10 minutes before the tour begins. If your plans change, it’s not a problem, as the tour runs with or without you.
- Please carry your photo ID with your date of birth listed.
- Please carry your confirmation email as a print out as well.
Moderate Cancellation Policy
You may cancel up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
Redeeming Your Ticket
You will receive an email with your voucher shortly. Please download and display your voucher at the meeting point on the day of the tour.
At the base of the statue in Piazza del Campidoglio.
How to Get There
Get to the Ara Coeli/P.za Venezia bus station. Walk north-east on Via del Teatro di Marcello towards Via delle Tre Pile. Turn right and take the stairs to Piazza del Campidoglio.
Your voucher is valid for 7 days from the day of activation. Your voucher is activated when it is used at the first tour.
At the base of the statue in Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome