Omnia Card – Rome
All-access for Rome and Vatican City
The ‘Vatican City & Rome’ Pass
The Omnia Vatican & Rome Card is a sightseeing pass that offers free entry to the most popular attractions and museums in Rome. The Roma Pass is included in the Omnia Card. This tailor made card is valid for 1 or 3 days and saves you both time and money. The Omnia Card allows you to skip the waiting lines and get priority entrance at the St Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums. The card not only allows free entry to top attractions in Rome and the Vatican City but also includes a hop-on hop-off tour and a travelcard for the bus and metro. Besides, the Roma Pass grants free entry to 2 out of 5 top Rome attractions: the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Capitolini Museums, Borghese Gallery and National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo and discounted entry to another 30 attractions, sights and museums in Rome.
Fast Track Entry
Get the most out of your Rome City Trip. Don’t waste time standing in line and skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museums and attraction including St Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, and the Colosseum. This saves hours of waiting. Just show your valid Omnia Pass and jump to the front line, a privilege visitors without a card don’t have!
Free Public Transport
The Omnia Card includes free public transport (bus, tram, train and metro) in the centre of Rome. Note: free transport from and to the airport is not included. The Omnia Card also allows a free hop-on hop-off ticket for 3 days; a relaxed and comfortable way to see the highlights of the city.
Free Guide Book
The Omnia Card comes with a comprehensive guide book and city map which helps you to plan your perfect trip. With this Pass in your pocket, you get the most out of your city trip to Rome!
Your Omnia Vatican & Rome Card not only affords free entrance to top sights, a free ticket for the hugely popular hop-on hop-off bus and free public transport you also enjoy reduced admission fees to more than 30 museums and attractions. In some places you get a complimentary extra such as an audio guide which gives additional information, background and history about the attraction you are visiting. The Omnia Card is your key to all sightseeing wishes!
The Omnia Vatican & Rome Card comes in a neat pack with information on how and when to use each element. You get free entry into the first two attractions and discounted entry at a further 30 popular attractions thereafter, during your three-day city trip to Rome. Included are:
- Free and fast-track entry to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel
- Free entry to St Peter’s Basilica including an audio guide
- Free entry and fast track entry to the Colosseum, archeological excavations on the Palatine Hill or the Roman Forum.
- Free entry to the other attraction included in the Roma Pass
- Free entry to the Papal Archbasilica of St. John in Lateran (San Giovanni in Laterano) including a multimedia tour and audio guide. A visit to the cloister is also included in your Rome Pass
- Free entry to Carcere di San Pietro, St Peter’s Prison, including a multimedia tour and audio guide
- Discounted entry to other museums and attraction included in your Roma Pass
- Three days free transport on the hop-on hop-off bus of Sightseeing Roma
- Three days free public transport during the validity of your Card
- City map and audio tour for four citywalks
- A comprehensive travel guide to plan your city trip efficiently
The Omnia Card valid for one day does not include the Roma Pass and does not grant entry to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Archbasilica of St. John in Lateran and St Peter’s Prison.
How does the Omnia Card work?
Purchase the Omnia Vatican & Rome Card online from our website. You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher to be exchanged for the physical card in Vatican City in the office close to the Vatican. Your Omnia Card is activated on first use and valid for three consecutive days. A not-activated card is valid for 12 months after purchase
How much you save depends on how many attractions you visit and how often you use public transport. This is what you save on the regular prices:
- Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums – €29,-
- Rome Bus tour – €32,-
- Colosseum – €12,-
- Castel Sant’Angelo – €10,-
- Galleria Borghese – €11,-
- St Peter’s Basilica and audio guide – €15,-
Omnia pass: €50,-
The City of Rome
Rome, the capital city of Italy has almost 3 million inhabitants. Rome, founded by Romulus and Remus, is built on seven hills. The city’s history goes back 2700 years. Rome was the capital city of the Roman Empire that stretched all along the Mediterranean and reached as far north as Hadrian’s Wall in Britain. Rome, rich in archeological finds and excavations, seems to be one large open-air museum. Rome is also the episcopal see of the Pope and the Vatican City is an enclave in Rome.
Rome and the Holy See are UNESCO World heritage sites. Highlights are the Colosseum, Forum Romanum, the Pantheon, St Peter’s Basilica, the Trevi fountain, Il Vittoriale, Castel Sant’Angelo, the Vatican Museums and Villa Borghese.