Here you will find Rome tickets and our recommendations for top tours at a glance. Due to the current corona rules and distance regulations, museums can no longer let in as many visitors as they used to. A reservation is therefore necessary for many attractions. Find the best tickets here.
You may stay around 40-45 minutes in the Colosseum. The length of stay in the area of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill is unlimited. The underground and the upper floors are currently not accessible.
At Tiqets: Capitoline Museums – Galleria Borghese – Bioparco (read our post about the zoo) – Galleria Spada – Galleria Doria Pamphilj – Museum of musical instruments – Wax museum – The Genius of Leonardo – Leonardo da Vinci Experience
At Ticketone: Castel Sant’Angelo – National Gallery of Ancient Art – Etruscan National Museum – Galleria Colonna – Stadio di Domiziano under Piazza Navona – Capuchin Museum and Crypt – Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
Unfortunately, it is currently not possible to pre-order public transport tickets. The Roma Pass includes 48h or 72h public transport.
In the metro you can also pay contactless and there are online tickets. More information about public transport tickets
Roma Pass: 48h public transport and 1 museum or 72h public transport and 2 museums
Omnia Card: Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, Basilicas of San Giovanni and San Paolo fuori le mura, Hop on hop off bus (sometimes only on weekends) + 72h Roma Pass
Rom Tourist Card: Colosseum, Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica with audio guide
Top guided tours
Shuttle Bus to Cinecittà World, Roma World and the MacArthur Glenn Outlet Center
On the coast south of Rome is the water and adventure park Zoomarine. Zoomarine offers attractions for all ages, from pools and slides, theme and adventure parks to penguins, seals and a dolphin show.
Public transport: COTRAL regional bus from Metro B terminus Laurentina direction Pomezia-Torvaianica to Piazza Italia stop.