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Update : The guided tour of St Peter's is reopened from 20 April, as are the Colosseum and the Vatican Museum.

Update Thursday 7 April: The guided tour of St. Peter's is sold out until Easter, there are no more skip-the-line tickets for the Colosseum until Easter, nor skip-the-line entry to the Vatican Museum until Easter. We have therefore modified the Rome Tourist Card with what is still available until Easter.

Update Sunday 3 April: last tickets until Easter for the Vatican and Colosseum

Rome at Easter stay visit

To visit the VATICAN the last tickets for the month of JUNE are on our website

Why buy a pass in Rome?

Oriane & Angel's opinion

Angel: Rome the eternal city offers so many extraordinary places: the Vatican, the Colosseum, Mount Palatine, the Roman Forum, numerous museums, squares and magical places. How to visit them all? Choices have to be made for reasons of time, budget and distance!

Oriane: there are very interesting solutions to buy combined tickets, called passes, which allow you to book in advance your entrance tickets to the main monuments, while saving money, because the sum of the price of the possible entrances of a pass is much higher than the price of the pass.

Angel : Yes but there are so many Passes to Rome that it’s also hard to choose!

Oriane : Men always find it difficult to choose, to choose more easily you have to ask yourself the right questions and know what you want to visit. Here is my method to choose among all these passes : Rome city pass, Omnia Card, visit pass, rome card, roma pass etc…

Angel : With the specificity of April and Easter in Rome, the next available dates to visit the Vatican are from the 19th of April, if you stay in Rome before then you will have to take a pass without the Vatican.

If you want to visit the Vatican :

The Rome Tourist Card with a magnificent tour of the Vatican with an official guide, 85€ with Colosseum and Roman Forum. (Last places available for April on our website)

Rome Super Pass with unlimited public transport for 72 hours, 90€ with Colosseum and Roman Forum.

The Omnia Card with many extra monuments, unlimited public transport for 72 hours, and discounts, €129

The Vatican Pass The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel as well as the Guided Tour in French of St. Peter's Basilica for 57€ adult, 39€ youth, 11€ child

If you don't want to visit the Vatican :

The Roma Pass with unlimited public transport for 48h, 35€ and 72h 55€ with Colosseum without cut-off, and Roman Forum.

If you want unlimited access to public transport:

Rome Super Pass with unlimited public transport for 72 hours, 90€ with Colosseum and Roman Forum.

The Omnia Card with many extra monuments, unlimited public transport for 72 hours, and discounts, €129

The Roma Pass with unlimited public transport for 48h, 35€ or 72h 55€ with Colosseum without cut-off, and Roman Forum.

If you want to visit a maximum of monuments and museums:

The Omnia Card with many extra monuments, unlimited public transport for 72 hours, and discounts, €129

1st case: you wish to visit the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum

If you want to visit the Sistine Chapel, St Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum there is this Rome city pass called Rome Tourist Card.

What you get with the Rome Tourist Card:

  1. Coliseum with full access
  2. Roman Forum and Palatine Hillwith skip the line access
  3. Skip the line ticket for Sistine Chapel
  4. Skip the line ticket for Vatican Museums
  5. St. Peter’s Basilica in a guided tour with an official Vatican guide
  6. Audio guide app for your visit to Rome to discover over 130 points of interest
  7. Free visit of the Pantheon with an audio guide
  8. 10% discount on another visit to Rome of your choice
  1. Click on the button next to
  2. Select the participants (e.g. 2 adults and 1 young person) and the desired language for the guided tour by an official Vatican guide of St. Peter’s Basilica (e.g. English)
  3. Select the start date of the pass so that your audio tourist apps are initialized and available on your smartphone
  4. Select the date you wish to book your visit to the Colosseum and the Archaeological Park and the time (9am to 2pm).
  5. Select the date you wish to book your visit to the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums and the time (8.30am to 4pm).
  6. Select the date you wish to book your guided tour of St Peter’s Basilica and the time (10.30am to 3.30pm).
  • Guided tour of St Peter’s Basilicain English with an official Vatican guide
  • Skip the Line Tickets for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Sistine Chapel
  • English audio application to visit Rome
  • Your pass is automatically sent to you by email, no need to pick it up at a branch in Rome
  • Discounts for under 18s, and after this pass you have the possibility to buy another visit to Rome for 10% off.

2nd case: you wish to visit the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum but also benefit from Rome's public transport system

If you want to visit the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum and take advantage of Rome's public transport there is this Rome city pass called Rome Super Pass.

What you get with the Rome Super Pass:

  1. Unlimited public transport in Rome for 72 hours
  2. Coliseum
  3. Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  4. Sistine Chapel
  5. Vatican Museums
  6. Saint Peter’s Basilica
  7. Underground of Navona
  8. Audio guide app for your visit to Rome to discover over 130 points of interest
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  2. Select the date and time of your visit to the Vatican which will be the start of your pass
  3. Select participants according to their age and benefit from discounts for under 18s and free admission for 0-5s.

Additional information: Plan to be there at least 15 minutes before your visit to the Vatican, as you will meet the tourist service at the checkpoint (Touristation Office – Meeting PointViale Vaticano 97) who will activate all your Super Pass entries including the unlimited transport pass, the visit to the coliseum.

  • Unlimited public transport in Rome 72h</strong
  • Cutting-edge admission to St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel
  • Skip the line Tickets for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill
  • Audio application in English to visit Rome
  • Your pass is automatically sent to you by email, no need to pick it up at a branch in Rome
  • Discounts for under 18s, and free for under 6s

3rd case: you wish to visit the Sistine Chapel, St Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum but also other famous places in Rome such as the Basilica of St. John Lateran, St. Peter's Prison, the Capitoline Museums, the Castel Sant'Angelo, as well as unlimited public transport AND a multi-stop tourist bus.

If you want to visit the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum but also other famous places and benefit from public transport AND the tourist bus of Rome there is the most complete pass: OMNIA CARD.

What you have with the OMNIA CARD:

  1. Unlimited public transport in Rome for 72 hours
  2. Tourist bus for 72 hours
  3. Sistine Chapel
  4. Vatican Museums
  5. Saint Peter’s Basilica
  6. Saint Peter’s Prison
  7. Basilica of St. John Lateran and its splendid cloister
  8. Free admission to 2 of the 4 main attractions in Rome:
    • Capitol Museums
    • Coliseum
    • St. Angelo Castle
    • Palatine Hill and Roman Forum
  9. Fascicle and map of Rome and the Vatican offered
  10. Discounts at the following museums and attractions in Rome:
    • National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo
    • Roman National Museum – Palazzo Massimo alle Terme
    • Roman National Museum – Altemps Palace
    • Roman National Museum – Crypta Balbi
    • Roman National Museum – Baths of Diocletian
    • National Gallery of Ancient Art in Palazzo Barberini
    • National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
    • Capitol Museums
    • Montemartini power station
    • Musée national d’art oriental
    • Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, or MACRO
    • National Museum of 21st Century Art, or MAXXI
    • Planetarium and astronomical museum
    • Trajan’s Market
    • Valentini Palace – archaeological site of the Domus Romana
    • Ara Pacis, or altar of peace
  1. Click on the button next to
  2. Select the date and time of your visit to the Vatican which will be the start of your pass
  3. Select participants according to their age and benefit from discounts for under 18s and free admission for 0-5s.

Additional information: Plan to be there at least 15 minutes before your visit to the Vatican.
The OMNIA CARD can be collected at the Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi agency located at 9 Piazza Pio XII, 00193 Rome. Open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00, and from 9:00 to 13:00 on Sundays and Vatican holidays.

  • Rome’s public transport and the famous 72-hour unlimited multi-stop tourist bus
  • Cutting-edge admission to St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel
  • Skip the line Ticket for 2 of the following 4 attractions: Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Castel Sant’Angelo, Capitoline Museums.
  • A booklet and a map of Rome + Vatican to visit Rome
  • Discounts for many other museums to enrich your stay and save money/<
  • Discounts for under 18s, and free for under 6s

Case 4: You wish to have unlimited access to public transport for 48h or 72h and visit 2 famous monuments or museums in Rome.

If you want to enjoy unlimited public transport for 48h or 72h AND visit 2 museums or famous monuments such as the Colosseum, the Palatine Mount and the Roman Forum (see the full list below) there is the cheapest pass: ROMA PASS.

What you get with the ROMA PASS:

  1. Unlimited public transport in Rome for 48 or 72 hours
  2. Free admission to 2 of the main attractions in Rome on this list:
    • Coliseum
    • Palatine Hill and Roman Forum
    • Capitol Museums
    • Fori Imperiali and Villas
    • Borghese Gallery
    • Castel Sant’Angelo National Museum of Castel S. Angelo
    • Musei Capitolini
    • Museo Dell’Ara Pacis
    • Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna
    • Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica – Palazzo Barberini/Palazzo Corsini
    • Scavi di Ostia Antica
    • Accademia Nazionale di San Luca
    • Galleria Spada
    • Museums of Villa Torlonia
    • Museum of Roman Civilization
    • Museum of the Casal de’ Pazzi
    • National Museum of Palazzo Venezia
    • Crypt of Balbi
    • Altemps Palace
    • Palazzo Massimo
    • The Baths of Diocletian
    • Caracalla Spa – VR Experience
    • Evening show at the Forum d’Auguste
    • Caesar’s Forum evening show
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  2. Select the start date of your pass, the 48 hours will start from the first use of the pass
  3. Select the number of participants and benefit from discounts for under 18s and free admission for 0-5s.

Additional information:The ROMA PASS can be collected at Via Marco Minghetti, on the corner with Via del Corso: 09.30 – 19.00, or at the Visitor Centre in Via dei Fori Imperiali: 09.30 – 19.00, or at Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Pia: 09.30 – 19.00

  • Unlimited public transport in Rome for 48 or 72 hours
  • Unlimited public transport in Rome for 48 or 72 hours
  • Access to supervised toilets in the P.Stop network
  • The cheapest pass in Rome

Case 5: You only want a Pass for the Vatican.

If you only want to visit the Vatican, here is the : VATICAN PASS.

What you have with the Vatican Pass:

  1. Sistine Chapel by ticket
  2. Vatican Museums with a free ticket
  3. St. Peter’s Basilica in a guided tour with an official Vatican guide
  4. Audio guide app for your visit to Rome to discover over 130 points of interest
  5. 10% discount on another visit to Rome of your choice
  1. Click on the button next to
  2. Select the number of participants with a French guide and benefit from a discount for under 18s and free admission for 0-5s.
  3. Select the date of the beginning of your pass, you will choose the time slot after booking
  • Cutting-edge admission to the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums
  • Guided tour in French of St Peter’s Basilica
  • The cheapest Vatican pass with guided tour