Roma Pass: Save Money and Skip the Queues in Rome

Explore Rome’s ancient history with the Roma Pass; included in The OMNIA Vatican & Rome Card it will help you explore Rome’s ancient history and is the perfect addition to this sightseeing package.

The Roma Pass is your key to discovering the Eternal City and grants you free entry into two of Rome’s most popular historic landmarks and archaeological sites, as well as discounted entry to 30 more museums and monuments thereafter.

Popular sites include: the Coliseum, Capitoline Museums, Roman Forum & the Palatine Hill, Villa Borghese Gallery, Castle Sant’Angelo; the ruins at Appia Antica and Ostia Antica, and many more contemporary art galleries and museums.

TOP TIPYou can visit the Coliseum and the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill for free with the Roma Pass - already that's a saving of €31 before you've even started!

The Roma Pass comes with:

The Roma Pass Card – to gain free and discounted entry into Rome’s top sites

Roma Pass Travelcard – which acts as your ticket across Rome’s public transport network

As well as helping you make the most of your trip to Rome, the Roma Pass acts as your Travelcard and is valid for three consecutive days once activated at your first museum, or on your first journey. Together with the Roma Pass your package is made up of a detailed map and guidebook, to help you get the most out of your sightseeing experience.

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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