Skipping the Line in Italy

Skipping the Line in Italy


More than 6.5 million tourists visited the Colosseum and the Roman Forum in 2015. As the peak season is just around the corner and the estimated wait time at popular sites like the Uffizi could be up to 3 hours, Select Italy, the web-based travel company, presents its ‘Skip the Line’ tickets that guarantee a fast admission to the most popular sites.

Boasting more than 4,500 museums, Italy makes the perfect destination for travelers interested in cultural and artistic heritage. Through Select Italy’s website it is possible to gather information about Italian museums, from planning tips to wait time, as well as to buy tickets to both popular and off-the-beaten-path attractions. Among its offerings, Select Italy includes ‘Skip the Line’ tickets that guarantee admission at a reserved time, thus avoiding the general line:

“In order to avoid peak crowds at popular sites, we advise to book an early or late reservation time. Check the museum hours and plan your visit accordingly,” says Justin Anderson, Manager of Operations & Client Services.

Anson David

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