Rome is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world and offers amazing opportunities for exploring its art and architecture treasures.
When visiting Rome consider buying the OMNIA Vatican & Rome Pass that allows holders to get free entry to top sights of Rome and Vatican City. It also provides fast- track entry to the most important sights (Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum), free use of public transport system, a hop-on-hop-off bus tour and various discounts on other 30 attractions in Rome.
Regular ticket: €17
The Vatican Museums is a huge complex of galleries holding some of Italy's most important art, from paintings and sculptures to tapestries and classical antiquities. It is connected to Saint Peter's Basilica. The most famous part is the Sistine Chapel, famous for Michelangelo's ceiling and The Last Judgment and 16th century frescoes in the Raphale Rooms.
The Vatican Museums is the most popular attraction in Rome, hosting millions of visitors each year. The queues in front of the museums are huge especially during the summer. OMNIA Pass allows you to skip the line for the Vatican Museums.
The Colosseum is the main symbol of Rome. This monument known as Flavian Amphitheatre allowed 50000 people to enjoy spectacles such as battles of gladiator and other events. In order to avoid endless queues in front of entrance, we advice you to bus skip the line tickets for this sight. Regular ticket for entrance to Colosseum which include also entrance to Forum and Palatine Hill is 16 Euros. The Colosseum is a great sight to visit with children. Get free entrance and skip the line with OMNIA pass.
The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill is the ancient city of Rome and is a must-see for an insight into the ancient culture. The Roman Forum is a collection of ruins and historic buildings which used to be a bustling market place, where you can explore the iconic pillars and churches nestled in the old cobbled streets. The Palatine Hill includes 17th century aviaries, an Imperial Palace and huge retaining walls. Rich in Roman mythology and legends, discover Rome’s ancient city.
The Colosseum and the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill count as one attraction, so only one reservation is required for both sites.
The Capitoline Museums (Musei Capitolini) are the main civic museum of the city of Rome. The historical seat is constituted by the Palazzo dei Conservatori and the Palazzo Nuovo. The two buildings are located on the Campidoglio Square and are linked by the Galleria Lapidaria, an underground passage that crosses the Campidoglio Square without having to go outside the museums.
Castel Sant'Angelo is situated outside the walls of Vatican. There can be wait to enter if you don't book skip the line tickets. Castel Sant'Angelo is home to the Castel Sant'Angelo National Museum and its collection of art, archaeological finds and weaponry. Castel Sant'Angelo is great spot to take amazing photos of Rome.
Roma Cristiana Open Buses are double-decker buses with and uncovered top deck that follow a precise itinerary with stops at ll of the sites of Christian interest throughout the city. The route can be followed in one sitting or you can take advantage of the "hop on - hop off" system: get off at any of the 12 stops to visit nearby sites, then get back on the bus and continue on to another destination. With OMNIA Vatican & Rome Pass you have access to the Open Bus routes for 3 days.
OMNIA Card allows you free public transport throughout the city during the validity of the card. It includes travel on metro, trams, buses, overground trains. Please note that it doesn't include transfers from both Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports.
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