Get marked down entry to more than 30 sights, and discover Rome on the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus.
- Avoid the line with free admission to St. Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Vatican Museums,
- Zip past the line to see Michelangelo’s amazing ceiling at the Sistine Chapel,
- Discover Rome’s eternal sights on a hop-on hop-off bus tour,
- Enjoy special deals from both the OMNIA Vatican and Rome Passes,
- Benefit from free limitless public transport,
- Enjoy marked down entry to Rome’s leading museums,
- Free guidebook and map of Rome and Vatican City.
Cancellations are not possible for this card. Changes are possible for this card.
Rome is one of the most beguiling – and astonishing – cities in Italy. For 3,000 years, from the Etruscan kings to Mussolini, this city, founded in fratricide when Romulus killed his twin Remus, has survived being burned, sacked, conquered, looted and occupied.
Nowadays its cobbled streets resound to the tramp of the feet of tourists anxious to see for themselves the monuments to cruelty and corruption, the scenes of heroic endeavour or unholy depravity, and the sublime examples of human creativity in the museums, galleries, streets and squares.
‘What a place!’, said Aldous Huxley in 1921. ‘It inspires me utterly and inside out.’ For the uninitiated the very idea of Rome, with its wealth of art and architecture, ancient remains and myths and legends, can be overwhelming. A succession of ruins, statues, paintings, galleries and museums can add up to blisters, aching calves and weariness leading to a deadening of the spirit of discovery.