One of Europe’s most visited and historic cities, Rome has plenty to see. However, one of the best ways to see the sights is by taking a Rome open bus tour. Several companies offer these tours, which you can book and pay for when you arrive in Rome, and typically take in the main sights, such as the Vatican, Forum, Spanish Steps and Colosseum. And most tours also stop at the city’s main railway station. An open bus tour can save you money as you don’t have to take different buses or taxis to get where you’re going, and Rome’s limited Metro can be overcrowded and hot. Tours also allow you to get on and off the bus as you want to; it means you can spend a couple of hours at the Vatican Museum before getting back on the bus to see something else.