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Getting the Most Out of Your Roma Pass

The Roma Pass is one of a handful of city passes available for visitors to Rome. It is available for 48 and 72 hours, and it is one of only a few that includes unlimited public transport for the timespan of the pass. The scheme includes a number of interesting Rome’s more interesting and popular archaeological sites, museums and related attractions. Depending on the pass you purchase, the first or second venue you visit is ‘free’. For entry to any of the other venues you are then charged a reduced rate. Having used it myself, this is definitely a pass I recommend. But it must be used strategically otherwise it is a waste of money and time. 

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Thomas Dowson

With a professional background in archaeology and a passion for travel, I founded Archaeology Travel to help more people explore our world’s fascinating pasts. Born in Zambia, I trained as an archaeologist at the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa) and taught archaeology at the universities of Southampton and Manchester (England). Read More

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