Rome attraction, museum, and city-tour prices for 2011
Definitely one of the world’s can’t-miss cities, Rome is so full of sights and attractions that you are guaranteed to never get bored, but it’s also so full of craziness and disorder that you may not want to stay long enough to even see the main sites. Fortunately many of the most famous attractions are actually free, and most of the rest are quite reasonably prices.
All of the prices below are listed in euros, and are updated at prices change at the attractions themselves.
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Major free attractions in Rome
In addition to dozens of cathedrals and town squares, many of Rome’s most famous attractions are actually free. These include:
- Spanish Steps
- Trevi Fountain
- St. Peter’s Basilica
Rome attraction, museum, and city-tour prices
Updated May, 2011
Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill
One ticket covers all three for 48 hours.
- Full ticket – €15.50
- EU reduced ticket – €10.50 (European citizens aged between 18 and 25)
- EU complimentary ticket- €4.50 (EU citizens aged above 65 and under 18)
- Full: € 15,00
- Reduced: € 8,00
- Scholastic Ticket: € 4,00
Borghese Museum and Gallery
- Full price €8.50
- Reduced €5.25
- – European Union citizens between 18 and 25 years old
- Free €2.00
- – European Union citizens younger than 18 years old
- – European Union citizens older than 65 years old
Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (National Gallery of Modern Art)
- Full rate Exhibitions and Gallery € 10,00
- Reduced rate Exhibitions and Gallery € 8,00
In absence of temporary Exhibitions:
- Full rate Gallery € 8,00
- Reduced rate Gallery € 6,00
Catacomb of Priscilla
- Adults: € 8.00
- Concessions: € 5.00
- Free entry to the first 2 visited museums and / or archaeological sites of your choice
- Reduced ticket prices to all other museums and / or archaeological sites visited thereafter
- Free use of the city’s public transport network (urban buses and trains, Underground lines A and B, Met.Ro trains: Roma – Lido, Roma – Viterbo for the Roma – Sacrofano section, Roma – Pantano railways lines within the urban territory of the City of Rome) Trenitalia trains and Cotral buses are not included.
- Discounted tickets to exhibitions, events and other collaborating operators and businesses.
- Reduced charges for use of the On-call Multi-lingual Medical Service for Tourists (MET Travel Health)
- Tourist cultural service Roma Informa.
CitySightseeing open-top bus tour
Tickets include two different lines in 48 hours.
- Adult: €18.00
- Child (5-15yrs): €10.00
- Family (2 Adult + up to 3 Children): €51.00