Roma Pass – Rome Museums and Travel Bus Card

Enjoy the beauty of Rome at your own leisure! The “Roma Pass” Tourist City Card offers a variety of services and discounts which make your visit in Rome much easier.

At a cost of only 23 Euros it offers services that worth over 40 Euros.

The “Roma Pass” lasts 3 days after being printed.

You will get:

free access to the city’s transportation network
free access to the first two museums and/or archeological sites visited
preferential access to all the visited sites and events in town.

You will be given a package including the Map of the City, Buses and Subways Timetables, the full List of Museums and Archeological Sites and the Program of all the Events in Town.

The new “Travel Health” service has recently being added, allowing tourists to access a dedicated Health Care service including First Aid Advice and direction to private and public structures accordingly with their needs and conditions.

You will find the “Roma Pass” at:

Rome Council Tourist Information Points ;
Rome Tourist Promotion Company ;
Complesso del Vittoriano;
All Museums and Sites participating;
Bioparco (Rome Zoological Garden);
Trambus in “Piazza dei Cinquecento”

Fill in the back of the card with your first and last name and enable the card upon your first transportation Journey or your first visit to a site/museum.

Always remember to show the card together with your ID in order to get discounts and preferential access.

With regards to the Transportation Network: the card is valid for three zones and for an unlimited number of journeys.

You will get free access to ATAC buses, metro lines A and B, Met.Ro trains, Rome – Ostia Lido, Rome – Viterbo (Rome – Sacrofano section), Rome – Pantano.

With regards to the Travel health MET : The card enable for a First Aid Health Assistance.

By calling the multilingual Medical Call Center (English, French or Spanish) – service available on a 24/7 basis – you will be given all the information needed and pointed to the adequate public and private facility depending on the pathology occurred.