The Omnia Card, also known as the Rome&Vatican Card, is one of the most complete ways to save in Rome, as it is a kit that includes the 72-hour Roma Pass card, with all its advantages, and also free tickets and skip-the-line tickets at the main attractions of the Vatican.
And if this were not enough, it also includes the Roma Cristiana tourist bus, which takes you to the main places of interest in Rome.
Here we tell you how to use the Omnia Card, its prices and its advantages. It is best to buy it online: HERE.
How to save with the Omnia Card in Rome
As we have said before, the Omnia Kit includes a 72-hour Roma Pass card with which you can enter 2 of the city’s main attractions for free. These include:
- Rome Coliseum
- Roman Forum and Palatine
- Borghese Gallery
- Capitoline Museums
- Museum of Rome
- Castel Sant’Angelo
There is no visitor to Rome who does not visit at least the first two on the list with which you will already be saving good money. And besides, you save yourself the queues, which at the Colosseum are usually very long.
What other attractions does the Omnia Pass Card offer?
In addition to the advantages of the Roma Pass, with the Omnia Pass we will be able to enjoy the following advantages, which are only offered in this kit:
- Skip-the -line entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica and visit with audio guide. The entrance to the basilica is free but there are usually quite a few queues, so it is a great advantage to which we must also include the audio guide.
- Free and skip-the-line entry to the Vatican Museums. There have been cases of spending 4 hours waiting to enter the Vatican Museums. Just to avoid this queue, it is already worth paying for this card.
- Audio guide to visit the Basilica of Saint John Lateran and its cloister. Admission is already free in itself, but we have an audio guide with which you can enjoy the visit more.
- Tourist bus Roma Cristiana 72h.