Update and tips about skip the line tickets
Hi from Rome 🙂
It has been two long years since my last post, talking about vaccinations and masks.
I’m experiencing some technical issues with this website, the page “tours” is not working properly, but I’ll fix soon.
Send me a message to have infos about itineraries and prices!
Now the emergency is ended (hope so!) and all the restrictions are over. So in Rome we do not need to show any greenpass/vaccination card to access museums or sites. Masks are not required anymore.
I wear a mask, just to use buses and metro, and to enter into a crowded shop (but it’s my decision, not a rule).
Tourism is back, and so the need for skip the line tickets.
Just a suggestion if you’re planning a trip to Rome.
Colosseum and Vatican Museums tickets are always sold out.
You must book your tickets as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.
For the Vatican Museums visit the official website linked here 2 months before the visit
For the Colosseum visit the official website linked here 1 month before the visit
Those two are the official website, beware of fake websites or resellers. They can charge you a huge commission, for the same ticket.
If you book a tour with me, I’ll take care of the tickets reservation (if you want), but please consider that tickets may be sold out
for the time you’ve selected. Some flexibility is needed, when you plan a visit to a big city like Rome.