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 skip the ticket line 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:

  • 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!

 

up next: how it works

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