There are many marvelous ways to tour the beautiful city of Rome, Italy. You can rent a scooter and zip around Rome wearing large sunglasses and a scarf, giving an absolute best resemblance of Audrey Hepburn. Or, one might take a leisurely dinner cruise up the Tiber river for a view of Rome unlike any other. Of course there is always the option of trekking about on foot following ones heart wherever it may lead on your holiday in Rome.
But for those interested in a guided tour certain to show them all of Romes most noted monuments, there is only the 110 Open Bus. As part of Trambus Open, these quaint open topped hop on hop off Rome buses run special routes throughout the city giving travelers on holiday a platform like view of the citys architectural treasures. The two hour tours drive by all of the places in Rome you will want to see including historical landmarks like the Colosseum, Circus Maximus and The Spanish Steps. But there is much more to Rome than its architecture.
There is always the sense of romance. And that light in the piazza can be always found at Trevi Fountain and the Via Veneto. But, if one is on a tour bus, how can we stop and enjoy these fabulous places? And what is the point of visiting Rome without dining in a restaurant in Trastevere? You can do all of these things and more when touring Rome on Trambus Open.
The 110 Open Bus lets you stop and go at locations all around Rome. Leave the bus where you like and enjoy your holidays in Rome.
Amble about on foot, shopping, dining and tossing coins in the fountains, then hop aboard any Trambus Open that passes to continue your motor tour of Rome.
All of the 110 Open Buses are equipped with multi-language translation so that where ever you are from you will learn the history and cultural importance of every stop on the route in your language. Ticket prices for Trambus Open Tours are very reasonable and may be purchased online.