Rome iVenture Card
An trip to the Eternal City
Make your city trip easy with the iVenture Card for Rome
Valid for 3, 5 or 7 days, the Rome iVenture Card offers you free entry to the main sights and activities in Rome, including the world-famous Colosseum, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, Castel Sant’Angelo and St. Peter’s Basilica. You can choose from almost 50 attractions and activities (tours, etc.) in Rome. With this pass in your pocket, you can save up to 35% on individual attractions and tours tickets.
The iVenture Card for Rome (also known as Rome Flexi Attractions Pass) is a ‘smart card’ that allows you to enter the main attractions in Rome quickly and conveniently, without money and without a ticket. When purchasing, you select 3, 5 or 7 sights, museums and tours you want to see during your Rome city trip. This city pass allows you to enter popular attractions such as the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums free of charge and with priority entry meaning, no waiting in the queue. Valid for 7 days from the day of first use, the iVenture Card offers convenience and flexibility. Explore the city at your own pace, in a relaxed way because most attractions have skip-the-line access.
Sights and Tours
The iVenture Card is your ticket to a hassle-free city trip to Rome. It offers easy access to 50 attractions and activities in Rome such as the Colosseum and Roman Forum, Castel Sant’Angelo, the Pantheon, the Vatican Museums, the impressive Sistine Chapel and guided tours through the catacombs of Rome and the Appia Antica. See the most important sights on board the hop-on hop-off bus, join a wine tasting or cooking workshop. Shopping fan will be delighted to go to the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Village. Children will love the Zoomarine Water Park or the Leonardo Da Vinci Experience Museum.
Waiting lines at popular attraction are history! The iVenture Card offers skip-the-line entry to popular attractions such as the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums as well as Castel Sant’Angelo and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Included in the iVenture Card is a ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus. This will take you past all the highlights of Rome. Be sure to go on the Hop-on Hop-off boat cruise on the Tiber River and see the city from the water or rent an e-bike for 3 hours to explore Rome on your own.
The Rome IVenture Card includes a handy app with an interactive map and a list of all participating attractions in the discount program.
Products and benefits
The Rome iVenture Card allows you to explore the city at your own speed and with your own preferences. Select 3, 5 or 7 sights and activities from a list of nearly 50 attractions.
- Attractive discounts on entry to top Rome attractions
- Skip the line entry to popular attractions and museums
- Tickets for hop-on hop-off bus tours
- Tickets for a river cruise on the Tiber
- Tickets for various walking tours
- Tickets for Zoomarine Aquatic Park and Fun Park
- Handy app with map and information about participating attractions
- Card is valid for 7 days
How does the Rome Flexi Attractions Pass work?
The iVenture Card is a digital card which means that you need not pick up a physical card on arrival in Rome. You purchase the card online before your trip and select the number of attraction you want to visit. To enter an attraction you simply show the QR code on your mobile phone. When already in Rome and you decide to buy the iVenture Card after all, you can do so online or in person at Piazza Navonas, Piazza Venezia and the Vatican (Viale Vaticano). The pass is validated on first use and is then valid for seven days.
The city of Rome
Rome, the capital of Italy, is a large city with almost 3 million inhabitants. Built on seven hills and with a history going back more than 2700 years, Rome is an ancient city with many historical buildings, museums and sights. The Vatican City State is an enclave within Rome and the seat of the Catholic Church with Pope Francis at its head.
Rome is like an open-air museum. The main highlights are the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Saint Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, Galleria Borghese, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Victor Emmanuel II monument.