- Capacity may be limited at certain attractions. Covid-19 safety regulations may affect wait times and availability at popular attractions, so we recommend booking ahead where you can.
- Opening times are subject to change. Opening hours may vary so we suggest checking the official attraction website before you visit. You'll find these listed below - handy right? While safety regulations are in place, a few attractions are not permitted to open. You'll see these flagged on our attraction lists.
What is Go Rome doing to help you sightsee?
90-day cancellation. You spoke. We listened. In response to this ever-changing situation, we’ve acted to ensure sightseeing with us is flexible for you. That’s why we now offer 90-day cancellation for when your plans change. Our passes are also valid two years from purchase.
New site features. We’ve been working hard to make planning your trip simple and our listings are being constantly updated with the latest booking information so you don’t miss out on visiting one of your Rome must-sees.
We're committed to making sure you have a great time so please bear with us. While this ever-changing situation makes it tricky to organize a trip, we're working closely with attractions to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible.
For further information about our pass, visit our FAQs page.
What things are there to do in Rome during COVID?
Many of Rome's attractions are now open, so it's the perfect time to start sightseeing! And while we wait for things to return to complete normality, we recommend making the most of Rome's many attractive parks and green spaces. Close to Trastevere, you'll find Villa Doria Pamphilj, a historic building that boasts Rome's largest public park. It's perfect for a spot of people-watching. Or don your comfiest sneakers to walk around and discover the city's famous ancient landmarks on a solo walking tour.