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(BIRG) Train to Rome + Vatican Museums Entrance

Combo product includes: Round trip train ticket (BIRG) valid for transportation from Civitavecchia to Rome + public transportation (bus, metro and tram) in Rome + Vatican Museums skip the line tickets.

 

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BIRG + Vatican Museum tickets (Full fare)
€41,00
BIRG + Vatican Museum tickets (Youth 7-18 yo)
€33,00
BIRG + free Vatican Museum tickets (Child 4-5 yo)
€12,00
Free BIRG + Free Vatican Museum tickets (Infant 0-4 yo)
€0,00

Combo product includes:

  • BIRG - 24h Local Train Travel + Rome Public Transportation Ticket
  • Vatican skip the line tickets exclusively reserved for our clients.
 

FIRST PRODUCT DETAILS (TRAIN TICKET)

TYPE:

24h Combo transportation ticket (BIRG): special 24h Local Train Travel + Rome Public Transportation Ticket(bus, metro and tram)

MEETING POINT:

Inside the Train Station (Civitavecchia)  | Departs from Civitavecchia train station (how to arrive map provided with included documentation).

SCHEDULE:

Click here to see Train Schedule and additional info

POLICY:

Appropriate for anyone 12 and older. Riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance. Not suggested for people with walking disabilities. 

DURATION:

Train transfer approximately 1 to 1.5 hours each way

INCLUSIONS:

  • Round Trip Civitavecchia-Rome train ticket
  • All public trasportation in Rome (bus, metro and tram)
  • Printable train schedule (included in printable detailed instructions)

MORE:

Detailed instructions with maps, and local contact information sent to you after purchase

 

BIRG - 24h Local Train Travel + Rome Public Transportation Ticket

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Particularly good for those traveling to Rome for 1 day is a ticket, called BIRG (Biglietto Integrato Regionale Giornaliero = 24h regional combined ticket). It provides round trip train travel from Civitavecchia to Rome + all day public transportation (bus, metro and tram) in Rome. This is not a Trenitalia (the Italian railway system) ticket, but an actual Rome public transportation ticket by ATAC. BIRG tickets as well as normal Regional train tickets, can only be used on trains identified as “Reg” or “RV”, they cannot be used on “IC”, or "FB” trains, as those are more expensive.
 

Exiting the Port and Walking to the Train Station

Cruise Travelers can take a free shuttle bus from the ship pier to the port exit. Starting at the end of April 2014, the free shuttle drop off point was moved to the northmost Port exit, which is the one located furthest away from the train Station. Allocate 30 additional minutes to move from the shuttle drop off area to the train station. The train station can also be reached by public transportation, however it may not be enough to move the large number of people arriving at once. It is possible that you may have to walk from the port exit to the train station. See map.

 

SECOND PRODUCT DETAILS (Skip the lines Vatican Museum tickets)

TYPE:

Independent walking tour in Rome - Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

SCHEDULE:

Choose between any of the following: 11:00AM, 12:00PM, or 1:00PM reserved entrance. Arrive 15 minutes before the choosen time.

MOBILITY:

Wheelchair welcome

ADMISSION RULES:

FREE FOR CHILDREN 0-6. Free for people with disabilities. In case of 100% disability, free entry is also granted to a potential companion.

DURATION:

approximately 2 hours

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Detailed instructions and details will be sent to you after purchase

 

SKIP THE LINE VATICAN MUSEUMS AND SISTINE CHAPEL 

Sistine ChapelA visit to these museums considered among the most important in the world, it is a must for anyone who comes to Rome. Here the popes have gathered some of the greatest masterpieces of all times and the most precious testimonies of the past. The culmination of the visit comes with a visit to the Sistine Chapel, linked to the name of the great Michelangelo, with the representation of the Creation and the Universal Judgement.