The biggest advice I could give anyone traveling to Rome, is to get the Roma Pass! We got the 3 day traditional Roma Pass for 36 Euros, but there is a 2 day pass. Here is what the pass offers:
1. Two Free Entrances to all national and city museums in Rome. Make sure you go to the most expensive ones first, as they are free!
2. Free use of the city’s public transport network. We used it to go on the Metro, Bus stations, etc. It was very easy and simple to use.
3. Discounted tickets to other landmarks/sites after you’ve used your 2 free entrances. You can also go in a seperate line if you have a Roma Pass.
- The Roma Pass card: the card used to visit museums / archaeological sites and on the public transport system as described above;
- Roma MAP: A map featuring all the Tourist Information Points, Metro stations, museums and other sites of interest (complete with addresses, tel. no’s opening times and nearest bus stops and metro stations);
- Roma Pass Guide: the list of under agreement museums/sites, and the list of all the partners of the Roma Pass which offer discounts to card holders;
- Roma è: the card with the App to download the best of the city.
How to Use it
- The overleaf form must be filled with name, surname and validation date;
- the card is valid for three days and is activated at the time of the first entry to the museums/sites, and/or at the first journey on public transport, up until midnight of the third day,including the day of the activation;
- It is validated on the first visited site/museum and/or the first journey on the city’s public transport network;
- Direct access for the first 2 sites. From the 3rd site onwards please apply to the ticket office for concession;
- It must be produced along with your identity papers when required by the staff in charge.