Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Rome Card and Omnia Vatican Card: Valid for 3 Days. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The tour was awesome - the guides were knowledgeable, patient, and entertaining!
Easy to use , saved us lots of time as well, definitely worth it!
This was a amazing, great service and product, made Rome a safe trip getting around. What a great way to see the city. Definitely recommend this to everyone. No stress. Thank you once again you made our trip.
Absolutely fully recommended... jumping all the queues... nothing more to pay.. three days of transport on all types of bus, tram and metro.... plus open top bus option for the full three days.
also free maps and informative booklet
A must for all travellers to Rome
excellent service, really good tour, and very good value for money
For anyone trying to see the sites in a few short days, this card is a must!!!! We walked past lines that people waited in at the Colosseum, St. Peters's Basilica and the Vatican for at least a few hours each. We would have never been able to see everything without the pass. The transportations was so easy to use and having this included was a huge plus. Dont make the mistake of not having an Omnia Pass.
Was very very useful. After walking in Rome for the first few days and getting blisters on my feet the Roma Card really came in handy for using the metro. And the Omnia card was very great for skipping the line. Idk why people wait in line anyway.
The ability to skip the line at the Colosseum and the Vatican made it well worth the price of the Pass.
Everything they promised they did. The best was bypassing the lines at the Vatican museum and St. Peter's.
fantastic, very helpful to jump the queues, exactly what I was looking for. The bus tour was great. Happy to recommend.
The staff at The Vatican office are fantastic. We used the hop on hop off bus constantly for the 3 days. You can hear all about the history of Rome and you are told which stop to get off at to see each site. There is also a wonderful guide and map and a Pass for transport. You get to see St Peter's, The Vatican and Sistene Chapel and bypass the endless queues. We used the Pass card to see The Colosseum and Pantheon. We went straight into The Colosseum as there is a quick queue for the Roma pass customers.
We stayed outside Rome, but all you really need is a hotel in the centre of Rome and the Omnia and Rome card. That way you can hop on and off the bus to each site and wander around Rome in the evening and enjoy the atmosphere and the sites. Would recommend the Omnia and Rome card to everyone. Well worth the money and the staff will help you with any query.