Which is better, OMNIA or Roma Pass?. This is one of the questions you ask us most, especially when you start planning the trip to Rome and you see that the price of many of the most tourist places is not exactly cheap. To solve this, there are some tourist cards in Rome, with which you can save a lot of money and time, since with them you can access most of the city's most important attractions, including the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museum, among many others.
After several trips to the city, using these tourist cards, including one last trip, in which we stayed for more than a month in the Trastevere, during which we repeated the visit to many of the places to see in Rome and wrote the guide traveling to Rome, we leave you this post in which we analyze if the OMNIA or the Roma Pass and the reasons why it is worth buying them.
OMNIA and Roma Pass, the tourist cards of Rome
OMNIA: with this tourist card for Rome and Vatican City, you can access the most important places saving money and time, since it includes quick access to the most visited.
In addition to this, the biggest advantage of The OMNIA Card is that it includes the Rome Pass and free transport in the city.
In short: you will have two cards for the value of one, which you can also use on different days and includes public transport in Rome.
You can find all the information and details of the OMNIA card in the post «OMNIA Card: how it works, what it includes and prices»
Roma Pass: this is another Rome tourist card, which in this case, includes free admission to one or two historical and archaeological monuments of Rome, depending on whether you buy the 48-hour Rome Pass or the 72-hour Rome Pass.
Remember that if you bought The OMNIA Card already includes the 72-hour Rome Pass and free transport in the city.
You can find all the information and details of the Roma Pass in the post «Roma Pass: how it works, what it includes and prices»
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Routes in Rome
We leave you an example of different routes around Rome, optimized by days, so you can see all the places that can be visited in the city and plan your trip by buying the OMNIA or the Roma Pass, depending on the days you are going to travel.