OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card
The OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card is a sightseeing pass with priority access to the most-visited attractions in Rome and Vatican City, such as the Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and many more. The pass also offers unlimited public transportation.
The OMNIA card includes access to the following attractions:
- Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel
- St Peter’s Basilica
- St John Lateran Basilica
- Mamertine Prison
- Hop-On Hop-Off sightseeing bus (3-day ticket)
In addition to all the previous attractions, the card also offers free entry to two of the following landmarks:
- Colosseum (reservation is mandatory)
- Capitoline Museums
- National Museum of Castel Sant Angelo.
- Borghese Gallery
- Circus Maximus Experience
- Baths of Caracalla
- National Roman Museum
- Forum Pass SUPER
Please be aware that some of these attractions require prior booking. We'll inform you of all the details once you have purchased the OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card.
The OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card will also allow you to save on over 30 of Rome’s most important monuments. Check out the list of attractions and discounts here.
You’ll also be given a Rome and Vatican City travel guide and map with detailed information about all the landmarks included in the pass.
One of the best things about this pass is that you’ll have priority access to the Vatican Museums, St Peter’s Basilica and the Colosseum. You can save several hours, especially during peak season.
The OMNIA pass is also a 3-day travelcard with unlimited access to Rome’s metro system, urban trains and buses. Get around the city comfortably without having to pay every time you use public transport.
The card doesn't include transport to and from the main airports in Rome (Fiumicino and Ciampino). For the card to be valid and active, you must sign it on the back.
How it works
The OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card actually includes two different sightseeing passes: the 72 hour OMNIA Vatican Card and the 72 hour Rome Pass. We recommend making the most of each card by activating them in the morning.
Although when making the reservation you'll be asked for a start date, you can use the service over the 12 months following the start date.
- Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Office, Piazza Pio XII, near St Peter’s Square
- Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Office, Piazza di Porta S. Giovanni, near St. John Lateran Basilica
You can check the opening hours of the different offices here.
Children under 18 years old
Children's passes don't include the Roma Pass and Travelcard, but they still give children free access to all OMNIA Vatican attractions. Many of the museums included in the Roma Pass are free for children under 18 and travel in Rome is free for children under 10.
OMNIA Rome & Vatican Card
Priority access to the main sights
3 day travelcard for Rome's public transport
72 hour day ticket Hop On Hop Off bus tour
Complementary Rome and the Vatican City travel guide and map
When to book?
You can book up to the start time, as long as there are places remaining. Book now to guarantee your spot.
Type of voucher
Varies according to the attraction included.
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Frequently asked questions
Q - Are there discounts for those with reduced mobility?
A - No, unfortunately with the OMNIA Card, these discounts are not offered.
Q - Is it necessary to make a reservation to visit all the monuments?
A - Pre-booking is not compulsory for all museums and monuments, but highly recommended, especially for crowded sites. Pre-booking is free, except at the National Roman Museum, Colosseum, Forum and Palatine. In these cases, the pre-booking fee is 2 euros.
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
If you have any other questions please contact us .
Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Office (Piazza Pio XII, 9).