What do you get with the OMNIA Rome and Vatican Pass

Simplify Your sightseeing

The OMNIA Rome & Vatican Pass is a sightseeing package that simplifies the experience of seeing Rome. Experience the ancient drama of the Colosseum. The Vatican’s incredible museums and sites. 30+ of the best attractions. And lesser-known gems in the city.

All of this from one sightseeing package.

OMNIA card

Think of the OMNIA card as your key to effortless. It gives you:

  • Exclusive and fast-track entry privileges – At selected sites. This includes priority entry to the Vatican Museums and the iconic Sistine Chapel.
  • Free entry into top attractions – Discover St. Peter’s Basilica, St. John in the Lateran and other top sites.
  • Tour the city Sit back, relax and let the city come to you on a hop-on hop-off bus tour for the duration of the pass.
  • City navigation - A handy guidebook and map highlight the best attractions near you.

 

Roma Card

Think of the Rome card to round off your city experience. It gives you:

  • Free entry – To two out of the seven of the most popular attractions, including the Colosseum.
  • City exploration - Free access to ATAC public transport in the city for 72 hours, adding value to discovery.
  • Exclusive discounts and offers – Additional savings on events, exhibitions and more.

 

TOP TIPYour Roma Pass also acts as a Travelcard to use on the public transport network around the city – it's the perfect way to get around Rome and see all the sights, saving both time and money.

*Please note: All pass holders must pre-book their entry tickets!

 

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Great, good value for money and saved time. We found the Omnia Vatican & Rome card a great value for money. The staff were helpful and even assisted us with additional information about Rome. By passing the queues into the Vatican help us in that we did not have to wait hours to get in and therefore had more time to explore Rome. The hop-on-hop-off bus took us to most of the places we wanted to see and the commentary was informative.
Stephen Mandy from South Africa