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Roma Pass: how it works, what it includes and prices

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He Roma Pass is a 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 and reduced prices in the following.
The important and most interesting thing about this card is that all the places included are among the essential places to visit in Rome, something that makes it very attractive for travelers who want to know the city.

Remember that if you have purchased the OMNIA card, it already includes the 72-hour Rome Pass and free transport in the city.

What includes?

As we mentioned earlier, depending on the Rome Pass you choose, this will have access to 1 attraction (48 hours Pass) or 2 attractions (72 hours Pass) and reduced price at the entrance to the following, including:

  • Colosseum (reservation required)
  • Roman Forum and Palatine Hill (reservation required)
  • Capitoline Museums
  • Villa Borghese Gallery + direct access to security control
  • Sant'Angelo Castle + direct access to security control
  • Ruins of Appia Antica and Ostia Antica
  • Discount at 30 museums and tourist attractions in Rome as well as audio guides such as the Colosseum.
  • Travelcard Rome. With it you can use all public transport in Rome for free.
  • Map of Rome

Remember to make reservations for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Borghese Gallery in advance.



How does it work?

He Roma Pass is valid for 48 or 72 hours Depending on the type of tourist pass you have chosen and it has a very intuitive and easy operation:

  1. Validate it in the first place you are going to visit or in public transport.
  2. Access directly at the first tourist attraction in Rome you visit. From the second place, you must go to the ticket office to request entry (only for travelers who have a 72-hour pass). Remember that for the Colosseum and the Forum you need a previous reservation.
  3. Remember that to access the attractions you just have to put the card in the reader.
  4. From the first or second visit, depending on the pass you have purchased, to get the reduced price on subsequent visits, you must go to the ticket office.

Roma Pass

Is it worth buying the Roma Pass?

As we always say that you ask us this question, we believe that buying these types of passes depends entirely on the things to see and do in Rome that you have on your itinerary.
That is why it is best to make a list of the places you want to visit and compare it with the price, in this case, of the tourist card of Rome.
To make it easier, we leave you a comparison with some examples so you can see how much can you save with the Roma Pass.

Prices of attractions in Rome included in the Rome Pass, without any type of pass

  • Colosseum 14 euros
  • Roman and Palatine Forum 18 euros
  • Borghese Gallery 20 euros
  • Capitoline Museums 15 euros

Rome in two days with the 48-hour Rome Pass

In this case, you will have included the entrance to the first archaeological site for free and discount on the following.
Taking into account that this pass has a price of 29 euros, the best way to amortize it would be by visiting:

  • Colosseum, Forum and Palatine first place free - Combined ticket - You save 18 euros
  • Borghese Gallery (reduced price) - You would pay 6.50 euros instead of 20 euros - You save 13.50 euros

From here, any of the included visits you make, will have reduced prices and you will continue saving.
Remember that public transport in the city is also included.

Rome in 3 days with the 72-hour Rome Pass

In this case, you will have included the entrance to the first two archaeological sites for free and discount on the following.
Taking into account that this pass has a price of 39.50 euros, the best way to amortize it would be by visiting:

  • Colosseum, Forum and Palatine first place free - Combined ticket - You save 18 euros
  • Borghese Gallery - You save 20 euros
  • Capitoline Museums (reduced admission) - You will pay 9.50 euros instead of 11.50 euros - You save 2 euros

From here, any of the included visits you make, will have reduced prices and you will continue saving.
Remember that public transport in the city is also included.

Buy the Roma Pass here. Remember that you must pick it up in one of the tourist information centers (Punti Informativi Turistici, PIT) of Rome, which is reported on the web.

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