Pick up your pass from any of the below OMNIA collection points.

St Peter's Square


St Peter's Square
 

Collection point: 9 Pius XII Square
Open: Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 4PM.
Closed: Sunday and public holidays.


Holiday hours
December 8th: closed
December 24th: 9AM-3PM
December 25th: closed
December 26th: closed
December 31st: 9AM-3PM
January 1st: closed 
January 6th: closed


Directions: Metro: Ottaviano (Line A) – walk down Via Ottaviano and Via di'Porta Angelica into St Peter's Square.

OR Hop-on Hop-off Bus Stop: St Peter's. The ORP office is in the back left-hand corner of the square.

St John Lateran Redemption


Lateran Complex
 

Collection point: Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Collection Desk at Basilica of St John Lateran (at the entrance of the Basilica next to the Holy Door).
Open: Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 4PM.
Closed: Sunday & holidays.

Cloister
Open: Monday to Sunday from 9AM to 4PM.


Holiday hours
December 24th: 9AM-3PM
December 25th: closed
December 31st: 9AM-3PM
January 1st: closed


Directions: Metro: San Giovanni (Line A)

OR Hop-on Hop-off Bus Stop: San Giovanni / St John in the Lateran. The ORP office is inside the Basilica of St John on the right side after the police control.


 

Carcer-Tullianum-collection


Carcer Tullianum 
 

Collection point: Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Collection Desk.
Open: Monday to Sunday from 9AM to 4PM. *If you're sightseeing on a Sunday, please pick up your passes from this collection point*


Holiday hours
December 24th: 9AM-3PM
December 25th: closed
December 31st: 9AM-3PM
January 1st: closed


Directions: Metro: Colosseo (MEB & MEB1) - 10-minute walk down Nicola Salvi towards Clivo Argentario. 

Bus: 51, 85 & 87
 

Pre-book your entry time to Vatican City's attractions ahead of your trip!

Save time with the OMNIA Card by pre-booking your entry time for St. Peter’s Basilica, The Sistine Chapel, and The Vatican Museums. You'll find instructions on how to do this in  your confirmation email as well as on individual attraction pages.

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Your card will activate when you use it on any public transport or when you visit your first attraction. So if you use your card for the first time at 4PM in the afternoon, this will count as the first valid hour of your 72-hour pass. Keep this in mind when planning your itinerary to maximise your time in Rome.