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6 ways to see Europe with kids for less

Holly Johnson, TravelPulse on

Published in Parenting News


If you're planning a big sightseeing trip in some of Europe's biggest cities (Paris, London, Rome, etc.), a city pass can help you pack in more while helping you save. These passes bundle entry into several different attractions for a single price, which makes it easy to save if you plan to take advantage.

For example, the Rome Pass (Roma Pass) offers admission to two of six important historical sites along with fast track entry when applicable. You also get a discounted rate into 30 other important sites in Rome. Most people use their Roma Pass to see the Colosseum and Roman Forum (counts as one entry if you go the same day) and one of the popular included museums such as the Borghese Gallery.

The card also comes with free bus and train travel around the city while it's active.

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