Are you planning to see Vatican and Rome in a day? Want to know which passes fit you best?
Don’t worry; you are at the right place!
This article intends to cover one such pass for your convenience.
If you are visiting Rome for a single day, you must tour the best of Rome and the Vatican in one go.
And curating the best Roman attractions in a one-day list can be cumbersome.
Not the say that booking tickets individually for all these sites can cost you time, effort, and money!
And this is where a 24-hour Rome Omnia Card comes in handy.
With a 24-hour Rome Omnia Card, you get skip-the-line entry to Vatican attractions like the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums.
You will also see some selected Roman attractions and avail yourself of a free tourist bus ride to Rome.
Now, isn’t that a deal worth considering? Here’s more
What attractions does a 24-hour Rome Omnia Card Cover?
Your 24-hour Rome Omnia card allows you skip the line entry to the following attractions
|St. Peter’s Basilica (with multilingual audio-guided app)|
Other than these Vatican sites, there are also selected sites in Rome that you can visit with your card. These are
|Archbasilica of Saint John in Lateran|
|Carcer Tullianum/ Mamertine Prison|
|Catacombs of Rome (any one of your choice )|
Big Bus, or City Sightseeing Roma Open Bus tour.
Do you want to see Vatican attractions but don’t want to miss out on Roman sites? Don’t worry.
Your Rome Omnia card covers the services of two bus companies: Big Bus Rome and City Sightseeing Roma Open buses.
They also have audio commentary in multiple languages.
So hop on into any of the two bus services and see the best Roman attractions in a day.
Here is a timetable of a Big Bus Rome hop-on-hop-off bus tour
|Termini Railway StationPiazza de Cinquecento,||St. Mary of the Angels and Martyrs/ Termini Station/ Baths of Diocletian||9.00/17.42|
|Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore Piazza del Esquillino||Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli/ Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore||9.12/17.54|
|ColosseumVia di San Gregorio||Colosseum/ Palatine Hill||9.27/18.08|
|Circo MassimoPiazzale Ugo la Malfa||Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin / Circus Maximus||09.35/18.14|
|Piazza Venezia Via di Teatro Marcello||Pantheon/Roman Forum/||9.44/18.22|
|Vatican Lungotevere Tor di Nona||Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum, Vatican City, Castel San’t Angelo||9.29/18.34|
|Ludovisi/Spanish steps Via Ludovisi,73||Villa Borghese gardens/ Borghese gallery/ Spanish steps||9.52/ 18.55|
|Piazza Barberini/Spanish steps||Villa Borghese/Quirinal Palace/Trevi fountain/ Nazionale d’Arte Antica||9.32/19.02|
In case you book a city sightseeing Roma hop on hop off bus tour, don’t worry!
Although it may start from Terminal A Largo di Villa Peretti or Terminal B Largo de Villa Peretti, it would still cover the abovementioned locations.
VOX city guide app
Your 24-hour Rome Omnia card comes with a downloadable VOX city app.
This app has an online map of Rome with GPS-tracked walking routes and audio commentary of each Roman attraction.
In case you decide to drop somewhere and explore a location, this app will be your best buddy.
It will guide you in every nook and cranny of the eternal city.
There is a drawback though; your 24-hour Roma Tourist Card doesn’t offer free transportation across Rome.
Want to avail free transportation in Rome?
What other benefits do I get?
You save money!
Your Rome Omnia card helps you save money on individual sites and bus tours in Rome.
Why pay individually for each Roman site when you can have it all at one price?
Together all the sites and travel would cost you more than €100.
On the other hand, you can cover some of the biggest attractions in Rome in a day for half the price.
Skip the line entry
With a 24-hour Rome Omnia card you can avoid the queues at multiple Vatican locations.
However, your 24-hour Rome Omniacard doesn’t provide access to sites in Rome.
To access Roman attractions, you must buy a 72-hour Roma Omnia card.
Who is this card good for?
Active Traveller/ Planned packer
If you want to pack as many Vatican and Roman attractions as you can for a single day, a 24-hour Rome Omnia card is your best bet.
Its hop-on-hop-off bus tour feature will help you cover the best Roman attractions in a day.
Want to have the best of Rome for one day? Go ahead and book this card!
However, if you want to stay in Rome for a few more days and explore its attractions while chilling out, you should buy a 72-hour Rome Omnia card.
How much does it cost?
Your 24-hour Rome Omnia card has different prices depending on the visitor’s age.
There are two kinds of tickets:
|Visitors’ Age||Ticket Prices (€)|
|Adult card ( Age 18+)||€70|
|Child card ( Ages 6-17)||€50|
Children below five years of age don’t require a ticket, now that’s a money saver!
Where can I buy my 24-hour Rome Omnia Card?
Just choose the number of cards you want to purchase and the type of card you need.
Click on the checkout button and pay online!
How to use the card
After you’ve bought the card online, you will receive a confirmation voucher in your email address.
Read the instructions on the confirmation voucher and book your reservation for each attraction on the official website.
Show the voucher at any of Rome’s ORP offices and collect your card.
Here are some of the ORP centers in Rome
|St. Peter’s Basilica||Monday-Saturday9 am-4 pm9 am-3 pm||Sunday and other Vatican holidays. 24 December and 31 December.|
|Lateran Complex office||Monday- Saturday9 am-4 pm9am-3pm||Sunday and other Vatican holidays. 24 December and 31 December.|
|Carcer Tullianum: Clivo Argentario||Monday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm|
Is the 24-hour Rome Omnia Pass worth it? We’d say yes if you’re visiting Rome for a day.
Its skip-the-line access to the Vatican sites and bus tour of Rome covers every attraction you’d want to see in a single day.
However, don’t forget that this pass is very popular and may sell out soon.
So make haste and buy your 24-hour Rome Omnia card in advance!
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