Rome City Passes

All About the Roma Pass

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The Roma Pass

The Roma Pass is the ultimate card to have during your stay in Rome. Sponsored by the Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Activities and Tourism with the public transport company ATAC,  the Roma Pass gives you free access to Rome’s public transportation system and discounted tickets to the best events, exhibitions and museums. Why not order it at home before your journey begins?

The two options of the Roma Pass 72 Hours card or the Roma Pass 48 Hours card conveniently match up to whatever your travel itinerary may be for 72 or 48 hours. Make sure to show a valid form of ID with the pass when asked by authorities for verification. Please note that most museums are closed on Mondays except for the Colosseo, Mercati di Traiano, Museo Capitolini, Museo dell’Ara Pacis and Terme di Caracalla. National museums and archaeological sites allow free admission on the first Sunday of each month. 

 

Roma Pass

For €38.50, the Roma Pass 72 Hours card brings you:

  •  Free entry to the first 2 museums or archaeological sites you visit
  •  Concessionary ticket to any other museums visited after
  •  Free access to Rome’s public transportation system (bus; metro A, B, B1, C; trains Roma-Lido, Roma Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo, Roma-Giardinetti)
  •  Discounts to events, exhibitions and businesses
  •  Skipping lines at the Colosseum, Castel Sant’Angelo and Museo Capitolini 

For €28.00, the Roma Pass 48 Hours card brings you a similar and smaller package:

  •  Free entry to the first museum or archaeological site you visit
  •  Concessionary ticket to any other museum visited since, within 48 hours
  •  Free access to Rome’s public transportation system (bus; metro A, B, B1, C; trains Roma-Lido, Roma Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo, Roma-Giardinetti)
  •  Discounts to events, exhibitions and businesses
  •  Skipping lines at the Colosseum, Castel Sant’Angelo and Museo Capitolini
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The Vatican & Rome Card provides stellar deals and immediate access to the best attractions across Rome. Also known as the Omni Card, it comes in a 72 hours or 24 hours card to accommodate your own pace and is available for purchase at Tourist Information Points. 

For €108, the Omnia Card 72 Hours includes:

  •  Free entry to Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with an audioguide for St. Peter’s Basilica
  •  Free entry to 2 out of 6 attractions of your choice like the Borghese Gallery, the Capitolini Museums, the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill and National
  •  Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo
  •  Fast Track Entry to St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum
  •  Unlimited access to Rome’s public transportation system
  •  Free Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour for 3 days
  •  Free guidebook 
  •  Discounted Entry to 30 other sights, attractions and museums in Rome

For €50, the Omnia Card 24 Hours includes:

  •  Prioritised entry to the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
  •  Audioguide for St. Peter’s Basilica
  •  24 hour access to a Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus with free Wifi
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The Roma City Pass provides most of the previous amenities plus free airport transfer as a bonus. The best thing about this pass is that everything is taken care of online and there is no time deadline.

For €60, the Roma City Pass includes:

  •  Free return airport transfer from Ciampino of Fiumicino Airport
  •  Free Colosseum ticket
  •  Free entrance without waiting to St. Peter’s Basilica
  •  Free 24 hours Hop-On-Hop-Off bus ticket
  •  20% discount for the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
  •  20% discount on cruises like the Rome Dinner Cruise and the Hop-On-Hop-Off Cruise
  •  20% discount on museum like the Borghese Gallery and the National Roman Museum
  •  20% discount on bike tours
  •  20% discount on trips to Venice, Florence, Capri Island and Pompei

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