Rome Tourist Card

Rome Tourist Card

Welcome to! We inform you about the Rome Tourist Card, with which you can visit three of Rome's most popular sights. On this page you will find the following information:

This is the Rome Tourist Card

The Rome Tourist Card is a digital product from It is an attractive ticket consisting of several entrance tickets to top attractions in Rome.

The Tourist Card gives you tickets to the following attractions:

  1. Colosseum with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  2. Vatican Museums with Sistine Chapel or St Peter's Basilica (optional attraction)
  3. Castel Sant'Angelo or Pantheon (optional attraction)

For each of these attractions, when you buy the Rome Tourist Card, you will receive Tickets with time slots. So your visit is guaranteed and waiting times are short.

In addition, you can use an audio guide free of charge with the card:

  • Audio guide to the sights of Rome

You can listen to the recorded audio commentary on your own phone. That's why you should take headphones with you to Rome. With this audio guide, you will always be well informed during your journey of discovery through the Italian capital.

After purchase, you will also receive a 10% discount voucher to use towards more Rome admission tickets on the platform. Choose between more top attractions to benefit from this exclusive discount.

Mode of delivery: You will receive all tickets, the audio guide and the discount voucher by e-mail for free use on your phone. The tickets will be sent to you immediately after purchase. As soon as you start sightseeing in Rome, show your digital tickets at the entrance. Alternatively, you can also print out the tickets.

To use the audio guide, download the free POPGuide app. With it, you can listen to the commentaries at any time.

The discount voucher worth 10% will be sent by email after booking.

Rome Tourist Card

Advantages of the Rome Tourist Card

The Rome Tourist Card is a popular product with tourists because it has many advantages:

  • With this product you visit three top attractions in Rome.
  • Buying the Tourist Card is convenient. It would be more time-consuming to book each ticket individually.
  • A time slot is reserved for each attraction. This way your visit is guaranteed.
  • You can choose between several sights.
  • You will receive all tickets by e-mail. You can then save the tickets on your phone.
  • The audio guide provides interesting information about Rome and the Pantheon.
  • Save 10% on additional tickets for sightseeing in Rome.

These are good arguments in favour of the Rome Tourist Card.

Price & Booking

The Rome Tourist Card is an exclusive product of Therefore, the purchase is handled by Tiqets.

When booking, please indicate the day of your arrival, the number of people and your preferred dates for the three attractions.

You can book tickets for yourself as well as for your travel companion. You then forward the tickets to the other persons.

Tickets for children are reduced. The price depends on the age of the children.

After purchase, you will receive all tickets and a discount voucher worth 10% by email.

If you have any questions about booking, please contact customer service:

Attractions & Audio Guide

The Rome Tourist Card only includes three selected sights - but these are flexible and very attractive. You receive tickets for three of Rome's top attractions.

Colosseum incl. Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

Enter the Colosseum - the largest amphitheatre built by the ancient Romans. The former venue of great events now stands in the middle of modern Rome and offers a throwback to antiquity.

The Rome Tourist Card gives you a time slot ticket for entry to the Colosseum. In addition, with the same ticket you can also visit the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill within 24 hours.

The Colosseum is sometimes fully booked during the popular travel season. Therefore, buy your Tourist Card in good time to purchase your ticket for a date that suits your travel dates. If no regular tickets are available, you can often choose between different options, for example Colosseum incl. multimedia video or guided tour. If the Colosseum is fully booked, you can still visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.

Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel or St Peter's Basilica

You will visit the Vatican Museums inside the Vatican City. The museums house the papal art collections. The most visited part is the Sistine Chapel.

This is one of the most popular attractions in Rome. For this reason, tickets sell out quickly, especially during the main tourist season. With the Rome Tourist Card, you receive an admission ticket with a fixed time slot, subject to availability. In spring and autumn in particular, it is therefore worth booking the Rome Tourist Card two to four weeks before your trip.

If you don't want to visit the Vatican Museums or if tickets are no longer available, you can visit St Peter's Basilica instead.

Admission to the famous St Peter's Basilica is generally free of charge. You can therefore also visit the cathedral without a Rome Tourist Card. However, the card includes an audio tour and a visit to the cathedral dome. You can also choose a guided tour with an English-speaking guide.

The meeting point for this tour is outside St Peter's Basilica. You will be welcomed there and you will be helped to download the audio guide onto your mobile phone. You will also be accompanied to the entrance of St Peter's Basilica.

Pantheon or Castel Sant'Angelo

Decide on a third attraction and choose between the Pantheon and Castel Sant'Angelo.

For the Pantheon, you will receive an admission ticket and an audio guide app. This is the cheapest option. Alternatively, you can opt for the popular Castel Sant'Angelo. You will receive an admission ticket with Fast Track access.

Rome audio guide

With the Rome Tourist Card you get free access to an audio guide containing information on more than 100 sights of the city. Listen to interesting information and see matching visuals. To use the audio guide, you need to download the free POPGuide app.

Discount voucher for

After purchasing the Rome Tourist Card, you will receive a discount voucher worth 10%, which you can use for further ticket bookings on The voucher is valid for all tickets in Rome.

You will receive your personal voucher code by email. By using this voucher, you can save money with the Rome Tourist Card.

Is the Rome Tourist Card worth it?

It is easier to book the Rome Tourist Card than to buy individual tickets for all the attractions. For this reason alone, the Tourist Card is worthwhile.

It is also suitable under the following conditions:

  • You would like to visit the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Basilica or Castel Sant'Angelo or the Pantheon.
  • You want to have all the reservations completed before your Rome trip. Afterwards, you don't need to worry about appointments.
  • You would like to explore Rome with the help of an audio guide.
  • You would like to buy at least one other Rome ticket and receive a discount of 10%.

Conclusion: The Rome Tourist Card should be worthwhile for many travellers who are interested in the city's top attractions and want to book their tickets easily.

Disadvantages of the Tourist Card

The Rome Tourist Card is a very good product that is suitable for many travellers. But there are also disadvantages that we do not want to conceal:

  • The purchase cannot be cancelled because several tickets are reserved for you when you book. These cannot be rebooked.
  • You won't save much money with the Rome Tourist Card. It would be cheaper to book individual tickets on the official websites of the attractions. However, this takes time and the allotments sell out quickly.
  • Compared to other Rome Cards, you can only visit a few sights with the Rome Tourist Card.
  • In the high season, tickets for the Vatican Museums or the Colosseum sell out quickly. In this case, the Rome Tourist Card is either not available or you have to switch to other attractions.

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You still have questions? Here you will find our Questions & Answers about the Rome Tourist Card.