The OMNIA Vatican and Rome Card is valid for 3 days from first useStart time
Each attraction will have different opening hours. The guidebook that comes with the OMNIA Vatican and Rome Card will have full details.
Hop On Hop Off Buses operate daily between 9:00am to 6:00pm; every 15-20 minutes.
You can redeem your OMNIA Vatican and Rome Card at following locations:
Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi office (Close to St Peter’s Square), Piazza Pio XII, 9 - 00193 Roma. Open from Monday to Saturday (9:00am - 5:00pm), Sunday (9:00am - 4:00pm)
O.R.P. - Piazza di Porta S.Giovanni, 6 (St John in the Lateran). Open from Monday to Friday (9:00am - 1:00pm and 2:30pm - 6:00pm)
O.R.P. –Via della Conciliazione, 4 (Auditorium Conciliazione). Open from Monday to Sunday (9:00am - 6:00pm)
O.R.P. - Largo Argentina, Via dei Cestari 21 (Pantheon). Open from Monday to Sunday (10:00am - 7:00pm)
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At The Vatican, enjoy FREE and skip-the-line access to the top three Vatican attractions, and two Rome attractions. You will also enjoy discounted entries to more than 30 sights, attractions and museums in Rome.
That’s not all. Getting to the attractions is also hassle-free with the Omnia Card as you can hop on and hop off near the attractions with a FREE Roma Christiana Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tour, as well as, with the Rome Metro Pass that gives you unlimited access to metro, buses, trains and overground rail network!
The Omnia Vatican and Rome Card is your passport to discovering the very best Rome has to offer at one low price. The Omnia card is valid for three consecutive days from the date of first use.
At the Vatican, you will enjoy FREE and skip-the-line access to the following Vatican attractions:
• St Peter's Basilica
• Sistine Chapel & the Vatican Museums
• St John in the Lateran and the Cloister
You may also visit two of the following six Rome highlights absolutely for FREE:
• The Colosseum
• Palatine Hill & Roman Forum
• Capitoline Museums
• Borghese Gallery
• National Museum of Castel St. Angelo
• Museum of Rome
Plus, travelling from one attraction to another could not be easier – with the Omnia Vatican and Rome card as you will also get a FREE ticket for the Rome Hop-On, Hop- Off Bus Tour with Roma Christiana. With 12 conveniently placed stops covering the major Rome attractions, it is the best way to plan your day.
Also, receive a Rome Metro Pass that allows unlimited travel on Roman public transportation, including metro trains, buses and overground rail network.
Believe it or not that’s not all! Once you’ve used all your free tickets you can also show your OMNIA Vatican and Rome Pass to get discounted access to a huge range of attractions.
The pass must be used on consecutive days.
To join the hop on hop off bus tour, visitors must show a validated OMNIA card. To validate the pass, holders must enter the date at the back of the pass, on which they first used it.
The operators of the bus tours endeavor to communicate suspensions of service or route changes in case of protest or strike. Suspensions of service or changes in route due to force majeur (unannounced protests and/or strikes) do not give a right of refund.
When you collect their OMNIA Vatican and Rome Pass, you will be able to book a time slot for your visit to the Vatican Museum and St Peter’s Basilica.
Entrances to the Basilica and to the Museums are timed. They are scheduled only in the morning and in the early afternoon, once you enter you may stay at long as you wish.
Visitors must arrive at the meeting point by their allocated time. Late arrivals will be considered no-shows and will not be offered an alternative time slot or refund.
The operators are not responsible for the cancellation of itineraries due to events / conditions out of their control. Such events include, but are not limited to, religious celebrations, security reasons, extraordinary events and extreme weather conditions. In such cases the operators are not obliged to offer a refund but may transfer the booking to another date.
Appropriate clothing is required for visitors who intend to visit churches and/or basilicas. It is mandatory to have shoulders and legs covered.
To use an audio guide visitors are required to provide a valid ID. The ID. will be held while the audio guide is on loan, and returned upon safe return of the audio guide. The audio guide must be returned in the same condition as it was received.
No replacement will be given in the event that a pass goes missing, is lost, damaged or destroyed, or if it is stolen or becomes unreadable. The pass will be substituted only in the event that it is deemed to have defects not caused by negligence on the part of the user.
All hop on hop off buses have air conditioning but, being open, they can still remain hot. There are 8 buses in total and 4 of them have an awning on top, so people can choose.
Disabled Citizens of the European Union and an accompanying person are entitled to free entrance at many sites of Rome; after demonstrating that they are registered with the welfare/medical assistance services, as stated in the “Summary of the rules and regulations governing entry to museums and archaeological sites”. At the Vatican, disabled visitors are granted free entrance on presenting a certificate of invalidity of over 74%. For more information, please check the official website of the museum or site you intend to visit.
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