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When it comes to exploring Rome, you will be spoilt for choices as there are numerous historical sights, museums and monuments. Trying to see all of them sometimes make tourists overwhelming. Rome city cards can help you to save both money and time in Rome. Find out below which city cards are on offer and if they are worth buying while in Rome.
The Roma Pass is probably the most popular of the Rome city cards. It allows you to skip the line entry to some of the best Rome sights, unlimited public transport in Rome (bus/tram/metro) as well as extra discount to other historical sights.
This card won't save you money but will help you to skip the lines and save your time. The Roma Pass doesn't inlcude a visit to Saint Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums as well as airport transfers. Visitors can choose from 48 hours Roma Pass (€28) and 72 hours Roma Pass (€38.50).
The Roma Pass comes with a great map showing all main sights and museums with their addresse and opening times. The Roma Pass can be purchased from all participating sights and museums, tourist information points as well as online through Tiqets web-site.
OMNIA Card offers you the same perks as Roma Pass plus skip-the-line entry to the the Vatican Museums and Saint Peter's Basilica. It also includes hop-on hop-off bus which visit the most popular Rome sights.
This card is great for visitng two main tourist attractions - the Colosseum and Vatican Museums without dealing with long queues.
OMNIA Card comes in two versions: 24 hours (€55) and 72 hours €113). The OMNIA Card can be purchase at one of the ORP offices (Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi) in Rome.
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