Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card

Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Card

From $38.85 per person

See more of the Eternal City and save money with a Roma Pass for 48 or 72 hours. This city card offers free skip-the-line admission to 1 or 2 attractions, free use of the city’s public transport system, and discounts on services and activities.

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Free cancellation
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Valid 2 days
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  • Enjoy free skip-the-line admission to 1 (Roma Pass 48 hours) or 2 (Roma Pass 72 hours) attractions included in the pass
  • Benefit from reduced ticket prices for all other museums and/or archaeological sites visited thereafter
  • Ride for free on the city’s public transportation network
  • Receive discounts on participating exhibitions and events and with other collaborating services and activities
  • Get a free guidebook and a free map of Rome to help you make your way around the city
Full description
The Roma Pass network includes over 45 monuments, museums, and archaeological sites, including the Colosseum, Capitoline Museums, Ara Pacis, Trajan's Market, MACRO, the National Roman Museums, the Caracalla Baths, Borghese Gallery, Circo Massimo, Forum Pass Super, and Castel Sant'Angelo. With the city card, skip-the-line admission will be free at your first museum or site. In addition, you’ll enjoy discounted admission to all other museums and archaeological sites visited thereafter. You’ll also receive discounts with other participating service and activity providers. Explore the city as you travel for free on Rome’s public transportation network.
  • Free admission to 1 or 2 museums or archaeological sites of your choice (depending on the duration of your card)
  • Free admission includes exhibitions held in the museum(s)
  • Reduced ticket price for all other museums and/or archaeological sites visited thereafter
  • Free use of the city’s public transport network (urban buses and trains; underground lines A, B, B1, and C; railway lines Roma-Lido, Roma Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo, Roma-Giardinetti), within the territory of the Municipality of Rome
  • Discounts for admission to participating exhibitions and events, and with other collaborating operators and businesses
  • Map of Rome - augmented reality
  • Booking fee
  • Free access to the toilets of the P.Stop network
  • Free QR code to send a postcard with your photo of Rome
  • Guided tours
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    Pick up your card at Tourist Information Points (Punti Informativi Turistici, PIT) of the City of Rome: -PIT Fori Imperiali, Visitor Center Via dei Fori Imperiali. 10:30 AM-8:00 PM. -PIT Minghetti, Via Marco Minghetti (corner to Via del Corso). 9:30 AM-7:00 PM. -PIT Caste Sant'Angelo. 09:30 AM-7:00 PM.

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    Important information

    Know before you go

    • Admission is free for children under 18 years of age at most attractions. Admission is free for children under 6 years of age with the Rome Civic Museum Network
    • For the Colosseum, Borghese Gallery, Circuito dei Musei Civici, Terme di Caracalla and MAXXI you need to make a reservation online in advance (details will be provided in your confirmation voucher)
    • Please note that due to Covid restrictions some museums might not be open. Make sure to check the official website of the different attractions to verify that they are open and how to book access
    • · As per the new Italian regulations, during weekends, all museum visits must be booked at least 24 hours in advance
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    The museums are amazing! take the time and if possible plan more than one visit. On he other side, be prepared for too many visitors that does not give a peanut for what they are looking at unless is relevant for their insta. Take a big dosis of patience with you. Noise cancelling earphones with a cable to connect to the audioguide is the best you can do to avoid the "chicken factory feeling". at the current amount of flash lights, better to visit this soon before the colors start fading out from the tapestry, frescos, paintings, etc. Let's hope that the Vatican ban mobile telephones and cameras at all!

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    November 17, 2019

    The Roma Pass was our passport to two days of solid pleasure in Rome!

    We visited the historic sites of Rome that we wanted to. Our experience was pure magic, the ancient history, often so spectacularly preserved! Rome is authentic and a special city. Even the shopping streets are special. This was an enriching and thoroughly enjoyable few days in our lives. The only problem was that it was way too short and absolute reason to return!

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    September 20, 2019

    A little research about the Roma Pass goes a long way to make this card easier to use. I knew before buying that a Tourist Info center was both within walking distance of my hotel and on the way to my first venue. I maximized value by visiting the two most expensive sites (Capitoline Museum & Trajan's Market) first and second. Subsequent venues charged a reduced rate that I expected to pay, and the savings was worth it. Using the card on buses and Metro was easy, as all I had to do was place the card on the big round reading spot on the yellow ticket meter inside the bus or upon entry to Metro Station. For independent travelers, I think this pass is a good deal. My only complaint is that the Forum, Palantine Hill, and Colosseum combo venue will not permit upgrading the pass to allow entry to "special" parts like the Palantine Museum or bottom of Colosseum. That used to be the policy, but not anymore. I'd buy it again if visiting Rome a second time.

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    September 19, 2019

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