Top Rome Attractions - OMNIA Vatican & Rome Card

Rome is a city rich with culture and history that dates back 2,000 years. You only have to walk through the Roman Forum of the ancient empire to get an idea of how old Rome really is – and much is waiting to be explored.

Rome is home to many world-famous buildings, monuments and churches; from the Coliseum to St Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon and Castel Sant’angelo, it’s no wonder as an Empire it was one of the most powerful.

With the OMNIA Vatican & Rome Card you can discover all the Vatican City has to offer with free and Fast Track Entry into the Vatican Museums – including the Sistine Chapel – and get a free audio guide in St Peter’s Basilica.

TOP TIPExplore everything Rome has to offer whilst saving time and money. With the OMNIA Vatican & Rome Card you can visit the most popular sites in Rome with this all-inclusive package

Not only this, but you can also get free entry into two of Rome’s most historical monuments and landmarks and a discount on 30 more attractions thereafter; such as the Coliseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Castel Sant’Angelo.

Rome is great for history lovers and art buffs and there are museums and monuments for everyone. From Da Vinci’s masterpieces and Michelangelo’s Last Judgement, explore Rome’s sculptures and frescoes; not to mention the marble pillars and baroque fountains that decorate the city and architecture, too.

If you’re wanting to see Rome from a different perspective, why not jump on an open top tour bus and make the most of your OMNIA Vatican & Rome Card with a free hop-on, hop-off three day ticket to explore Rome until your heart’s content! Stop off at all the popular sights and destinations while listening to a guided tour.

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Absolutly necessary unless you have 2 weeks to wait in queues. This pass may appear expensive but what you get is good value. There are other organisations that allow you to by-pass queues, and lots sell in the street, but if you add them all up it is more expensive than having an Omnia pass; it was also useful in getting rid of the sellers as we just waved this pass in their faces and they moved on. We used the bus a lot to start with so we could see the sights, but after a while using the underground, tram and bus system became the norm - the one pass covered them all. The only time I wouldn't bother would be if I didn't want to see any of the sights and just go for pizza.
David Curwen from Belgium