Used the bus all day for two days. Was great although first stop of the day proved a little difficult to locate. After that everything was okay. Never used the museum pass at all though not even once so that part was wasted. I wanted to see inside Notre Dame but with literally hundreds and hundreds of people lined up it would have eaten into our day too much so we just enjoyed the outside of the beautiful cathedral. Wanted also to see inside the Louvre. A very confusing place packed to the brim with people and school students. Took a hour to get anywhere near the entry point and saw how many people were waiting so also left. Two days is not enough to use both the bus pass and museum pass.
You have to do this when in Venice. We were lucky enough to have the serenade on our gondola. We were the envy of the other gondolas in the group ride. This experience was better that I ever expected it to be. One of the highlights of our time in Venice.
It was worth it to get inside the Basilica quickly without waiting in the queue. The walking tour part of it was tiring but very interesting. The guide was very passionate about her city and it showed. She was very knowledgeable.
This certainly made it easy to get inside the Vatican. The line for entry was just huge for those without tickets or tours. I really enjoyed the museums although they are very crowded and you have to be prepared for that.
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