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Colosseum Rome Underground Tour tele. booking experience (using Roma Pass)

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I will be in Rome next month, purchasing a Roma Pass upon arrival, and using it for the Colosseum (and also the Borghese Gallery).

I rang the Colosseum booking number (from UK 00-39-06-399-67700) and after going through a couple of automated selections and being on hold for only a couple of minutes, an English speaking operator came on the line; I told her that I had a Roma Pass and wanted to book 2 tickets for Mon 29 Apr for the Underground Tour (which is actually a tour of more than just the underground).

She read out the available times for that date; I made my choice; she gave me a 6-digit confirmation number and details about where to meet, etc., on the day of the tour.

I then paid by credit card, giving her the usual name/card info and also an email address.

Bam. Sorted.

On the day, all I'll need is my Roma Pass and the confirmation email containing the 5-digit code.

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