Omnia Card Rome: Where to buy + Price + Tips

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Omnia Card: Where to buy the Omnia Pass Rome + My best tips

You want to learn more about the Omnia Card Rome, also called Omnia Pass or Omnia Pass Vatican & Rome?

You’re at the right place!

In this guide, I will give you all the information you need to buy your Omnia Card and make the most of your stay in Rome.

Let’s go!

What is the Omnia Card?

To sum it up, the Omnia Card is a city pass that allows you to visit some of the most important tourist sites in Rome, such as the Colosseum or the Vatican, without queuing.

And with the Omnia Card, you also get unlimited free public transportation during your trip to Rome!

To buy your Omnia Card 72h, simply click on the button below:

I will give you details about all the attractions and tours included in the Omnia Card Rome below.

The Travel Tips

In this article, I only mention the 72h Omnia Card Rome.

There is also a 24h Omnia Card, but if you only have one day to visit Rome, it’s not an good option. It’s better to book the skip the line tickets or the guided visits you have planned one by one.

If you want to purchase skip the line tickets for other monuments, book activities and guided tours, you should always book on these 2 websites (in English, reliable and safe). They offer all the official tickets for Rome:

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What’s included in the Omnia Card Rome?

Here is the list of tourist sites and activities included in the Omnia Card.

  • The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel – Priority entrance to visit the huge collection of these world-famous museums and the magnificent frescoes of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo and Botticelli.
  • St. Peter’s Basilica with an audio guide Due to the pandemic, there are no skip the line tickets for the Basilica at the moment, so you won’t get a priority entrance for this monument even if you have the Omnia Card. If you want to have priority, the only solution is to book a guided tour by clicking here (in addition to the Omnia Card).
  • The Basilica of St. John Lateran + Cloister + Treasure Museum + audio guide
  • The Carcer Tullianum, the oldest prison in Rome
  • Take the Hop-On Hop-Off Vatican & Rome bus.

The Omnia Card 72h also includes the Roma Pass which entitles you to:

  • 2 free tickets for 2 archaeological sites and/or museums. This includes of course the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Mount Palatine but also the Capitoline Museums, the Borghese Gallery, Castel Sant’Angelo and more!
  • Discounts for all the other museums and sites you plan to visit during your trip to Rome. Provided that it’s included in the Roma Pass.
  • Free access to Rome’s public transportation network for 3 days: bus, metro and tramway of the ATAC public transport network. The Leonardo Express train from Fiumicino airport to the center of Rome is not included.

The Omnia Card needs to be purchased directly here:

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Visit the Colosseum in Rome without waiting with your Omnia Card

Where to buy the Omnia Card Rome

The Omnia Pass Rome can only be purchased online by clicking on the green button below:

Once on the page, you just have to choose the number of city passes you want (adults and children – no pass needed for children under 6) and the date of your visit to Rome.

Where to collect my Omnia Pass 72h

Once you have made your reservation online, you will receive a confirmation email with the address where you can pick up your Omnia Card in Rome.

Please note that presenting the email is not enough to enter the sites: you will need the “physical” card that you will pick up on site.

The collection point of the Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi agency is located at the entrance of St. Peter’s Square, in Piazza Pio XII, 9.

This collection point is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Closed on Sundays and holidays.

Price of the Omnia Card Rome

You want to know how much the Omnia Card costs in 2022?

Omnia Pass price: 129€ per adult and 59€ for children between 6 and 17 years old.

The Omnia Card is free for Children under 6 years.

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Visit the Vatican with the Omnia Pass during your stay in Rome

How long is the Omnia Card valid?

The Omnia Card is valid for 72 hours after the first validation.

Example: If you activate your Omnia Card on Monday morning, you can use it until Wednesday evening

If possible, you shouldn’t activate it at the end of the day, because it will count as a first day of visits. For example, if you use it on a Wednesday evening, it will only be valid for Thursday and Friday (not until Saturday evening).

Do I have to book time slots for the sites included in the Omnia Card?

Yes, for some sites, you must book a time slot in advance.

For example, you will need to book a time slot to visit the Colosseum with the Omnia Card.

You will also need to reserve a time slot for the Vatican Museums.

Finally, if you choose to visit the Borghese Gallery (included in the list of museums with free or discounted entrance fees), reservation is also required.

You will receive all the information you need to book your time slots in the confirmation email you receive after purchasing your Omnia Pass Rome.

Omnia Card: My opinion

The Omnia Card is very convenient for a first stay in Rome, especially if you are planning to visit the two must-see sites: the Vatican and the Colosseum.

It also allows you to book a time slot, so you don’t have to wait to get a ticket and then wait again to get inside monuments or museums. It’s a great way to save a lot of time!

And last but not least: thanks to the Omnia Vatican and Rome Pass if you don’t feel like walking or you can’t walk too much, you can simply use the card to take public transportation for free!

And you, what do you plan to visit with your Omnia Card?

The Other city passes to visit Rome

If you don’t plan to take the bus or the metro, you can save a bit of money by getting the Rome Tourist Card, another city pass.

It’s a bit cheaper, as it doesn’t include the public transport card. It however also allows you to visit the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums. It’s thus a perfect alternative to the Omnia Card!

You can find all the information by clicking on the following link: Buy the Rome Tourist Card.

Visiting Rome: all my free travel guides

If you want to learn more about the best things to do in Rome, you should read my other article: The 30 best things to do in Rome.

To organize your days and visits, you should also read my detailed itineraries. Simply choose the one matching the duration of your stay!

I have also created a list of the best hotels in Rome depending on your budget (ordered by neighborhood and places to visit):

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Omnia Card Rome and Vatican Pass
Omnia Card Rome and Vatican Pass
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