Enjoy skip-the-line admission to the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica and enjoy easy access to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Palatine Hill!
Avoid waiting in long waiting lines outside the major tourist attractions of Rome with this super pass. If you're an early bird, you can visit the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel before they get crowded, and then head to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Palatine Hill to enjoy a glimpse of ancient Rome. It's all included in your pass.
Also included with the pass is informative audio commentary so that you can learn more about the places you visit and delve into their fascinating history. And if you need to find your way to that pizzeria afterwards, use the free WiFi at the meeting point.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
Pregnant women, families with strollers, and visitors on crutches or wheelchairs have priority entrance to the Vatican Museums
Big bags and suitcases are not allowed in the sites
Please note that for safety reasons the Coliseum can accommodate up to 3.000 people at once.This could lead to delays in access to the site, even for pre-booked visitors. For security reasons all visitors and their luggage shall be screened. To facilitate the security checks please insert any object (including mobile phone) in the bag/backpack or in the tray to be included in the X-ray.
ID CARD for kids is mandatory
Exchange your voucher for your PASS at the Touristation Roman Forum and Colosseum Point. Piazza d'Aracoeli, 16 - Rome Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Every day excluding Sundays and the Religious festivities St. Peter’s Church & Tombs of the Popes Every day ANYTIME from 09am to 4pm excluding Sundays and the Religious festivities