Which route does the bus follow?
Each city offers different routes, which are indicated in our brouchers. These are available in our authorized City Sightseeing Italy® shops, onboard the buses or in our Visitor Centers. You can also download our brouchers directly from our website in the section Activities.
How many stops are there and where are they located exactly?
Each city has a different number of routes and a different number of stops. All the stops are indicated in our maps which can be downloaded from our Internet website or in our brouchers available in our authorized City Sightseeing Italy® shops, onboard the buses or in our Visitor Centers. All the stops along the entire route are marked by signs.
Is the route the same every day of the week?
In most cities our City Sightseeing Italy® bus tour is the same for all the week. In Rome there are some changes at the weekend and on holidays. However, all the routes can be modified as a result of force majeure; all variations to a city bus tour must be notified on the homepage of the website of the corresponding city.
What are the frequencies and bus timetables?
The frequency and the timetables of our city bus tours vary according to the city and the season; all the information concerning our bus route schedule can be downloaded directly from our website in the section OUR PRODUCTS > OPEN BUS and it is also available in all our brouchers.
Where can we start the tour?
Our passengers can start the tour at any stop indicated along the route and at any moment of the day when the service is available.
What does ' Hop On Hop Off ' service mean?
The ‘Hop On Hop Off’ formula which characterizes our City Sightseeing® bus tours allows passengers to get on and off the bus at their leisure, whenever and wherever they want, at any stop along the route, as long as the ticket is valid.
What do the tours include: a commentary or a guide?
All our tours include a commentary recorded listenable individually through headphones, our comments will tell you all about the history, culture, traditions and curiosities of our cities.
How many languages are available in the multi-lingual commentary?
Our recorder multi-lingual commentaries are available in several foreign languages, such as English, French, Italian and German. Each city commentary features many more languages. For further information our customers can consult our website in the section activity.
Are the double decker buses accessible to wheelchairs, disabled people and/or passengers with reduced mobility?
Most buses have an easy access for disabled people and/or passengers with reduced mobility. For further information our customers can consult our website.
Is there any reduced ticket for disabled people and/or passengers with reduced mobility?
All people that have a disability lower that 75% have to pay the ticket related to his age, people that have a disability superior or equal at 75% can travel with a complimentary ticket only if he is accompanied by a paying passenger that pay a ticket. The discount or complimentary ticket will be recognize only on presentation of the appropriate certificate.