Italy TravelCity Cards Can Help You Save When Visiting Italian Cities

City Cards Can Help You Save When Visiting Italian Cities
Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 by

Who wouldn’t like to save a few dollars — or euros — while visiting Italian cities? Special city cards for tourists, which usually include discounts on public transportation and museum admissions, can be worth using when you are visiting Italy.

For example, the Roma Pass which is valid for three days at the cost of 25€ gives you free admission to your first two sights or museums and then discounted prices on the rest you visit during three days. If you visit the most expensive sights first, such as the Colosseum at 12€, the pass can really pay off.  It also includes three days of transportation with unlimited rides on Rome’s metro or bus system.

Here are some of the other Italian cities offering special city cards.  These also available through packages on ItalyVacations:

Florence –
Naples –
Orvieto –
Padova –
Rome –
Trieste –
Turin –
Venice –
Verona –

By Kathy McCabe

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