Rome City Pass

More than 50 attractions and experiences – one ticket for the whole city

Explore Rome, the Eternal City, with the Rome City Pass! With the Rome City Pass, you can experience Rome in all its facets, as over 50 attractions and leisure activities are already included in your City Pass. For example: your tickets for the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums – including the Sistine Chapel: already included! Also included: a city tour with the hop-on hop-off bus, admission to the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo and many interesting museums. The Rome City Pass saves you valuable time, as you can avoid the long queues at many of the most popular places – and that’s a really good thing, as there is so much to see here. And if your feet need a break – use your City Pass for a discounted ice cream or hop on a bike and experience Rome from a completely different perspective. Book your sightseeing pass now for a period of 1 to 7 days. Discover the capital of Italy stress-free and inexpensively with the Rome City Pass!

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Don’t miss a thing with the Rome City Pass

With your Rome Pass, you have access to over 50 attractions and leisure activities included.

  • Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill: the city’s must-see attractions accordion toogle

  • Vatican Museums – the Sistine Chapel: breathtaking accordion toogle

  • The Vatican Courtyards – an insight into the architecture and structure of the Vatican City accordion toogle

  • Pantheon and Castel Sant’Angelo, two impressive landmarks of the city accordion toogle

  • Hop-on hop-off city tour – 48 hours, with audio guide accordion toogle

  • Optional: Rome airport transfer (Fiumicino + Ciampino) accordion toogle

  • Visit the underground archaeological sites: Balbi Crypt, Vicus Caprarius and Case Romane del Celio accordion toogle


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These are the advantages of the Rome City Pass

With the Rome City Pass, you already have your ticket to Rome’s famous attractions in your pocket, without the hassle of queuing, additional reservations and further ticket purchases. Explore Rome at your own pace and visit as many museums, exhibitions and sights as your heart desires – more than 50 attractions and activities are already included in your City Pass. Admire the city at a glance on a hop-on hop-off city tour and go into more detail on a guided city walk. Our Rome City Pass is your key to an even more intense sightseeing experience – saving time and making the most of your budget has never been easier. Experience Rome as it should be with the Rome City Pass.

  • Queue less, see more accordion toogle

    Don’t queue at the ticket office, save time and energy! The Italian capital delights many visitors with its historical monuments and unique attractions. With the Rome City Pass, you already have your ticket in your pocket and can simply walk straight through to the entrance of each attraction. Thanks to the Rome City Pass, you get access to the top attractions and avoid long queues, giving you more time for the actual experience.

  • Best value for money accordion toogle

    Save time and money with a Rome City Pass – one ticket that covers everything! The Rome City Pass offers unlimited flexibility, as you can decide which attractions you want to visit and when you want to explore them. From top attractions to special experiences, there is something for everyone. The City Pass allows you to experience Rome in your own way.

  • Optional: local public transport and airport transfer accordion toogle

    The Rome City Pass is very flexible and can be customised to your needs. Are you travelling around the city by public transport? Are you arriving at the airport and don’t want to study the whole system and look for a ticket machine first? Book your ticket for public transport or for the airport transfer at the same time.

  • Only pay for the period you need accordion toogle

    As flexible as you are: only book the Rome City Pass for the time you need. Whether you are in the city for just one day or a week – the City Pass adapts perfectly to your plans.

  • No more need to book individual tickets accordion toogle

    The Rome City Pass saves you the hassle of booking individual tickets for each attraction and gives you hassle-free access to the city’s highlights. You will receive your Rome Pass by e-mail immediately after payment has been received.

  • No time for the Colosseum and Vatican Museums? accordion toogle

    Your City Pass already includes a visit to the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums. Logical, because you have to visit these places when you are in Rome! However, if there are no more tickets available for your preferred date or you would like to skip the visit for other reasons, no problem: simply cancel your tickets and save money again. Because with the Rome City Pass you don’t pay for these attractions if you don’t book tickets for them.

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    Our Rome experts research the best attractions, tours and leisure activities for you.

How the Rome City Pass works:

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    Book: Start your trip to Rome by clicking on "Book now". Choose the number of days, add any extras you want and tell us how many people are coming along.

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    Receive: As soon as we have booked your tickets for the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums, you will receive the Rome City Pass by email. 

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    Start: Scan your QR code at the attractions and discover Rome!

About Rome

Rome, the capital of Italy, is one of the most fascinating cities in the world. A rich history, impressive sights and a vibrant culture come together here.

Attractions and Activities: Rome is rich in historical and cultural treasures, its history spans 28 centuries. The city is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world, not only for the immensity of its archaeological and artistic treasures, but also for the charm of its unique traditions, the beauty of its panoramic views and the majesty of its magnificent "villas" (parks). Among the most famous and impressive sights are the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, St Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain. Rome is also famous for its museums, such as the Vatican Museums and the Galleria Borghese, as well as its ancient ruins. Many of the archaeological sites are still underground today and can still be visited. Not to be forgotten: Some of these sights are of course in the Vatican, so technically not in Rome. Vatican City (the smallest country in the world) is an independent state within the city limits of Rome, the only existing example of a country within a city. So somehow, it’s all in Rome. The city on the banks of the river Tiber is considered the cradle of Western civilisation and Christian culture, and the Vatican is the centre of the Catholic Church.

Climate and Best Time to Visit: The climate in Rome is Mediterranean and offers mild winters and warm summers. The best time to visit Rome is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the temperatures are pleasant and the tourist crowds are not so large. Summers can get very hot, especially in July and August, while winters are mild.

Facts and figures: Rome is the largest city in Italy and has a permanent population of around 2.8 million people. Up to 4.2 million people live in the metropolitan area of Rome, which includes the surrounding municipalities. 

Overall, Rome offers an amazing variety of experiences, be it in terms of history, culture, art or culinary delights. With a City Pass Rome, you can make the most of your visit and enjoy this impressive city to the full.

Use and Validity

Booking and delivery: Booking and delivery: The Rome City Pass is valid for the number of consecutive days selected by you. 1 day = 1 calendar day, starting at 0 am and ending at midnight. The Rome City Pass is available in German, English and French via online booking. Please book early, as visitor capacity in Rome is limited. You will receive your City Pass, and the airport transfer if required, by e-mail.

Important: If you have not received an email from Turbopass, please check the spam or junk folder in your email inbox. If the message has been categorised as spam/junk mail, there should be one of the following options: ‘Not spam’, ‘Not junk’ or ‘Add sender to white list’. This will help you to receive future emails from Turbopass. If you still cannot find an email, please contact our customer service.

Attention early bookers! Reservations are possible approx. six weeks before the desired date, you will receive your documents at least 1 day before your specified travel date. For last-minute bookers: The processing time for your booking may take 24 hours.

Vatican: For your preferred entry to the Vatican, please select a date and time in the corresponding field when ordering. You also have the option of not booking the Vatican if, for example, it is not available on your preferred date. The price for the City Pass will then be reduced accordingly. Please observe the dress code for visiting the Vatican and wear clothing that covers your knees and shoulders, otherwise you may be refused entry. Please note that you may have to be prepared for delays at the security checks at the Vatican. These checks cannot be bypassed even with a Rome City Pass and "priority entry". You may be approached by supposedly "helpful" salespeople outside the Vatican who will try to sell you more overpriced tickets. Don’t go for it, with your City Pass you already have free access reserved for you personally and can go straight to the entrance.

Colosseum (with Roman Forum and Palatine Hills): For your reserved access, please select a date and a preferred time during your booking. For your preferred entrance to the Colosseum, you should be at the entrance 30 minutes before your allocated time slot due to security checks. Go past the ticket queue directly to the entrance. Your ticket is valid for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. You can visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill on the same day (e.g. before the Colosseum) or the day after the Colosseum, regardless of the time slot you have reserved for the Colosseum. Tickets for children (under 18) are not bound to the time stated on the ticket. What is relevant is the date stated. This means that a child can enter the Colosseum at any time on the specified date. 

Arrival and departure times: Note for visits on your arrival or departure day: If you would like to visit the Vatican and/or Colosseum on your arrival or departure day, please let us know the times of your arrival or departure in the note field when booking so that your reserved admission times can be adjusted according to or before your arrival and departure.

Hop-on Hop-off City Tour: Your Rome City Pass includes a 48-hour ticket on the hop-on hop-off bus with free audio commentary in many languages. The ticket is valid for 48 hours.

Validity: The Rome City Pass is valid for one day or two, three, four, five or seven consecutive days, starting from the first day the pass is used. The validity cannot be extended. Not even if the validity period happens to include a museum’s closing day. Upon presentation, you will receive free access to the sights and museums included in the Rome City Pass. The services included in the Rome City Pass can be used/visited once in any order during the period of validity of your City Pass.

Airport transferYour airport transfer ticket includes the journey from Fiumicino and Ciampino airports to the city centre and a return journey to the airport. You can use the airport transfer on flexible days, the validity of the transfer ticket is not tied to the days of the pass. More information here.

Children and teens: Children and teenagers under the age of 18 sometimes require proof of age (passport or ID) to gain free entry to certain attractions. Children and young people do not pay admission to the Colosseum and the Colosseum does not offer reservations for them. For free admission to the Colosseum, a free ticket is required for under-18s, which you can only obtain on site. Further information on obtaining a free ticket can be found in the appendix of your pass under "Colosseum".

Opening hours: Some museums and sights may be closed for renovation or at short notice on certain days. Many Italian museums are closed on Mondays (does not apply to the Vatican, the Colosseum and the tour) and on 25 December, 1 January and 1 May. The Vatican Museums are closed on Sundays and on some church holidays. St Peter’s Basilica is always closed on Wednesdays from 8am to 12pm and on 24 December and 31 December.

That's good to know: Rome can get crowded during peak travel times. Please be prepared for many visitors who want to visit the main attractions just like you. Security checks are mandatory for everyone and there may be waiting times. The capacity of the Colosseum has been limited to 3000 visitors, which may mean that you have to wait despite having a reservation. In addition to the Colosseum or the Vatican, we recommend visiting the many other great museums and attractions that are perhaps less in the spotlight. Your Rome City Pass includes lots of other exciting content for an interesting visit to Rome. With the Rome City Pass, you get a package that makes your trip and preparations easier. Compared to individual purchases and organisation, you save money, time and nerves. You can find more information about the City Pass under Questions and help. 

We hope you enjoy your visit to Rome! 

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