Save On Sightseeing with OMNIA Rome and Vatican Pass

How can you save money?

The OMNIA Rome and Vatican Pass has been designed to help visitors see more of the city while saving money. Visiting all of the top city sights, museums and attractions in Rome can be expensive as well as time-consuming so that’s where our sightseeing package can help.

From St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, to the Colosseum and Palatine Hill, Rome is home to a large number of spectacular must-see places - but with this specially designed package, you get either free or discounted access to all of the top destinations in the city, as well as a free travelcard and fast track entry.

Visiting just six of the most popular city sites Rome has to offer, as well as enjoying audio and bus tours, would cost you €122. However, with the 72 hrs OMNIA Rome and Vatican Pass - which costs just €113 - you can visit all of the below for free as well as enjoy a 72-hour bus tour ticket and travelcard included in the price! Not to mention you can enjoy discounted entry at many other busy historical sites around the city, including Castel Sant'Angelo and the Capitoline Museums.

Rome Attractions Normal Adult Entry Cost
Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums €30.00
Rome Bus Tour €35.00
Colosseum €14.00
St Peter's Basilica €15.00
St John in the Lateran €10.00
Roman Forum & Palatine Hill €18.00

For anyone looking to save some money, the OMNIA Rome and Vatican Pass is the perfect addition to any holiday. Not only does it allow you to explore the ancient culture and historic ruins but you can also save money on public transport with a travelcard, too.

up next: Things to do in Rome

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