Roma Pass: the season ticket for transport in Rome - Rome Hacks
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Roma Pass: the season ticket for transport in Rome


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The Roma Pass is a pass completely dedicated to the transport of Rome which also combines the flexibility of being able to choose one or two attractions to visit! Not bad?

We remind you that this is not a Digital Pass, therefore tickets must be collected directly from the info points that we will indicate as you continue reading this article.

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Roma Pass

Types of Rome Pass

This subscription is divided into two categories divided into two time slots or:

  • Roma Pass 48 Hours (with unlimited travel on public transport, excluding trains, for 48 hours).
  • Roma Pass 72 Hours (with unlimited travel on public transport, excluding trains, for 72 Hours).

However, it should be noted that the validity of the passes begins when the card is used for the first time. This means that the ticket will be activated when the first ride on public transport or at the entrance to one of the chosen attractions is validated.


To collect the card, go to one of the tourist info points showing your voucher received when booking the tickets together with a valid identity document.

The info points are located in:

  • Via Marco Minghetti, all’angolo con Via del Corso: 09:30 – 19:00
  • Centro Visitatori Via dei Fori Imperiali: 09:30 – 19:00
  • Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Pia: 09:30 – 19:00

here you will receive all the information necessary to dispel any last doubts.

Prices of Roma Pass

Roma Pass 48 hoursPrices
Kids (da 0-5 anni)Gratis
Roma Pass 72 hoursPrices
Kids (da 0-5 anni)Gratis
Roma Pass

We also remind you that admission is free for under 18s to the Colosseum, Galleria Borghese and Baths of Caracalla.

Access is also free for children under 10 on public transport, if accompanied by an adult.

What are the real advantages of Roma Pass?

In addition to the aforementioned unlimited transport on all public transport, you will have the possibility to choose entry to 1 or 2 museums or attractions (based on your purchase choice).

Let’s see in more detail which museums and attractions are available:

  • Colosseum (time slot to be booked online, last minute availability may vary)
  • Palatine Hill and Roman Forum
  • Imperial Forums
  • Galleria Borghese (last minute availability may vary)
  • National Museum of Castel S. Angelo
  • Capitoline Museums
  • Ara Pacis Museum
  • National Gallery of Modern Art
  • National Gallery of Ancient Art – Palazzo Barberini/Palazzo Corsini
  • Markets of Trajan
  • Archaeological Park of Ostia Antica
  • National Academy of San Luca
  • Sword Gallery
  • Museums of Villa Torlonia
  • Museum of Roman Civilization
  • Museum of Casal de’ Pazzi
  • National Museum of Palazzo Venezia
  • Crypt of the Balbi
  • Palazzo Altemps
  • Palazzo Massimo
  • Baths of Diocletian
  • Circus Maximo Experience
  • Baths of Caracalla And much more!

And here is the attraction that cannot be purchased with the Roma Pass

Other privileges of the Roma Pass

  • Access to the monitored toilets of the P.Stop network
  • Select free cancellation up to the day before your visit.

👍 Pro tip: read my article about the Key differences between the main passes in Rome

Do you need more information about the Roma Pass? Do you need advice for your holiday? Write us a comment, we will reply as soon as possible! 🙂

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