Want to feel like a gladiator? Say hello to the Pope! Well, you might not be actually able to do those, but you’ll get as close as possible with a 3-in-1 Rome Pass. Go to the Vatican and explore the museums and Sistine chapel and St Peter's Basilica. Then look around the stunning Colosseum. A stadium that was once a hive of activity ad gladiatorial combat. This is the perfect ticket for a Rome visit. And what’s more, you’ll skip the line at all the famous places!
This all-access pass means you’ll enter into the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. Walk around the museums having said goodbye to the queues and take in the stunning works of art including Michelangelo's masterpiece, the centrepiece to the Sistine Chapel. Look at it, and you'll be blown away!
You’re getting all of Rome’s best bits after all! Once you’ve explored the Pope’s residence, you’ve got gladiatorial fun to be had at the Colosseum, and a step back into Roman history at Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum. These are trips back in time, an eye-opener to Rome’s history. It’ll open your eye to this magical place and give you a new perspective on why this city was the foundation of an empire. With an audio guide included. Well, you’ll be able to consider Rome: discovered!
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)Because of the attraction's popularity, large numbers of people visit each day. For any last minute changes, time changes or other updates please visit the attraction website.
There will be airport-style security checks. All visitors and their small-medium sized bags will be screened. Liquids, large bags, or sharp items are not allowed and must be left in cloakroom.
Please carry your valid ID/passport. Failure to do may result in denied entry. Pacemakers should carry their certification as well.
Those with a disability and their attendant / companion go free with a disability certificate that you must present at the museum's Special Permit or Reception Desk.
Both men and women MUST have knees and shoulders covered. Failure to comply may result in denied entry.