Got an iPhone? Now, an App for Rome’s Archaeological Sites

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Who ever said Italy's Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities was behind the times? On July 1, they launched an iPhone application to help tourists, and archaeologically-engaged locals, find their way around the city's top sites.

Called the i-Mibac, the application offers information about opening hours and prices, as well as an expert's overview. Most exciting, though, is that you can book your tickets straight from your iPhone — particularly helpful at sites like the Colosseum, where the line can stretch around the block. The app can be downloaded, for free, at the apps store. Right now, it works on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, but the ministry says it's working on making it available on other smartphones, too.

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