Is the Roma Pass worth getting?
With the 48-hour Roma Pass, you are saving money or breaking evening when visiting any one of the attractions except for the Colosseum. However, if you throw in the free map and travel guide and the reduced ticket prices to other attractions besides your chosen free attraction, it’s still worth buying the Roma Pass.
How do I book a Roma Pass?
Roma Pass holders, online booking admission is mandatory. Access is from the entrance called “Valadier “. Roma Pass holders, through the security checks must go to the access gate of the Colosseum, presenting their Roma Pass, otherwise it’s not possible to enter even if they have an time booking.
What does a Roma Pass include?
What does the Pass include?
- Free entrance to the first two museums or monuments included in the card.
- Reduced entrance-price to all other museums and/or archaeological sites.
- Unlimited use of public transportation inside Rome (buses, metro, trams and suburban trains).
- Discounts to certain exhibitions and events.
Is Colosseum included in Roma Pass?
The Roma 48 Hours pass is like the Roma Pass but costs 32 Euros, and includes only one site or museum for free. Unlimited use of the city’s bus and metro system is also included, as with the standard pass.
Can I use Roma pass for Colosseum?
Roma Pass – what’s included Holders of the pass who use it for free entry to the Colosseum do not have to wait in line to get in (although there are other ways to avoid waiting in line at the Coliseum.) Use the Roma Pass to skip the super long lines like this at the Colosseum!
What is the difference between the Roma Pass and the Omnia pass?
Omnia Vatican & Rome Card includes free entry to the Vatican Museums, and a choice of a further 2 of the most popular city attractions. Roma City Pass offers free entry to the Vatican and chosen top attractions, free public transport including the airport, and discounts on guided tours, cruises and bike rentals.
What does the Roma Pass get you in to?
The Rome Pass card is a tourist card that gives you reduced-price tickets to the major attractions in the city and unlimited use of the public transport for two or three days, depending on the card you purchase.
How much is entry to the Colosseum?
Coliseum Tickets: Entrance fee for individual tourists
|Adolescents 18-25 years (EU)||2 Euro|
|Children & Adolescents under 18 years||free|
|Persons with disabilities (including 1 accompanying person)||free|
How much is the Omnia pass?
How much will a Roma Pass and Omnia Card cost? Those differences reflect on the total price of both cards: the Roma pass either costs 28 Euros, lasting for 48 hours, or 38,50 Euros, lasting for 72 hours. The Omnia, on the other hand, is either 55,00 Euros (for 24 hours) or 113,00 Euros (for 72 hours).