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ROME CITY PASS | WHICH PASS IS BEST?

The city of Rome is built on lots of cultures and filled with lots of museums and attractions

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The city of Rome is built on lots of cultures and filled with lots of museums and attractions like The Sistine Chapel, Castel Sant’Angelo also known as Castle of the Holy Angel. Visitors are very much interested in Roman arts and cultures as they hold a key position in history. Sometimes, the queues in museums ticket centers seem unending and the process of acquiring a ticket ruins all the fun in the day trip as it becomes a hectic job that takes hours of waiting.

These tickets become pretty expensive at times and lots of people spend more on just one museum when they could achieve even better satisfaction for less. The Roman city passes provide a jump by-line to visitors and also a better discount for tickets. But buying a pass is not that simple as the wrong pass could ruin your sightseeing adventure. You need to know about the various passes and which suits you perfectly.

Before You Buy

There are a lot of things to consider before buying a pass like how long it lasts, is it refundable, what museums and attractions will it feature. After checking for all this you make a quick decision if it suits your tour plans or you have to move on to the next. Here is a list of our carefully handpicked passes for Rome and their features.

Omnia Vatican And Rome Card

This card is best for visitors who want to see the top sights in a limited time. It helps you jump pass tickets queues. if you have a limited amount of time in Rome and plan to visit the most famous attractions, this pass can save you lots of time and money.

It has two aspects: one is the OMNIA Vatican and Rome Card for Vatican City the second is a 3-day Roma Pass. This means you have 3 days of free transportation with other special benefits. This card gives you the choice of picking 2 out of 6 top Attractions. You get free unlimited access to Rome public transport. There is a free guide book alongside it.

Attractions Included

  • The Coliseum
  • Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
  • Capitoline Museums
  • Borghese Gallery
  • St Peter’s Basilica
  • National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo

Price

  • The 3 days ( 72 hours) sightseeing pass costs just €113.
  • The 2 days (48 hours) sightseeing pass costs €89.90.

Roma Pass

The Roma Pass is the official sightseeing pass for Rome. This pass is offered by the city and they own most of the museums and attractions you would want to see. This pass can be bought as either a 2-day card with 1 free attraction or 3-day card with 2 free attractions. Prices of museums and attractions are discounted between 15% and 50% on regular prices.

One main aspect of this pass is that it does not include the Vatican, Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Basilica.

Attractions Included

  • Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
  • Castel Sant’Angelo.
  • Baths of Caracalla.
  • Trajan’s Market.
  • Borghese Gallery.
  • Capitoline Museums.
  • Villa Giulia – Etruscan Museum.
  • Ara Pacis.
  • And many more!

Price

  • 2-Day + 1 free attraction

€28 regardless of age.

  • 3-Day + 2 free attractions

€38.50 per person regardless of age

Final Verdict

These are the two major passes for Rome museums and attractions. You can be guaranteed of a fun time at a very reasonable cost with this city passes. Click on the Rome City Pass Comparison for more information.

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