The Viterbo Pass offers you access to the city's museums and monuments with skip-the-line entry. An excellent and advantageous opportunity to discover the art, culture and faith of the capital of Tuscia. A unique experience among the evocative architectural beauties of the medieval quarter of San Pellegrino, the Colle del Duomo Museum and the Popes' Palace, headquarters of the longest Conclave in history. Also included are tickets to visit the Teatro dell'Unione, one of the most beautiful theatres in Lazio, the Tuscia Ceramics Museum, and the Museum of the Association of Facchini di Santa Rosa, transporters of the famous Macchina, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Includes Audioguides and discounts at the Bookshops.
It is valid for six months from the date of purchase.
Walk around and immerse yourself in the Renaissance decor of the Palazzo dei Priori and the 'Rossi Danielli' Civic Museum, where works by Sebastiano del Piombo are exhibited, with strong Michelangelo elements.
The Popes' Palace, Cathedral and Colle del Duomo Museum are located in Piazza San Lorenzo
The Priori Palace with the branch office of the Civic Museum is located in Piazza del Plebiscito
OPENING HOURS: from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays.
The Civic Museum at its main office is located in Piazza Crispi
OPENING HOURS: from Wednesday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Ceramics Museum is located in the Brugiotti Palace in Via Cavour
OPENING HOURS: from Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Teatro dell'Unione is located in Piazza Verdi
OPENING HOURS: from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Museum of the Association of Facchini di Santa Rosa is located in Piazza San Pellegrino in the medieval quarter;
(last entrance one hour before closing time)
From Rome, there are several ways to reach Viterbo, depending on which part of the capital you are starting from: you can either drive along the Cassia state road, or take the motorway to Orte and from there reach Viterbo. If arriving from the littoral, it's recommended to go towards Civitavecchia and then head to Viterbo.
Viterbo has two railway stations: Viterbo Porta Romana and Viterbo Porta Fiorentina. Coming by train takes longer, but gives you the freedom to move around and discover the beauty of the area without parking problems and at low cost. There are several solutions for those who choose this option, including the metropolitan trains of the FL 3 line that leave from Roma Ostiense and touch many stations in the city.
There are also many solutions for arriving by bus. The main destinations that are connected with the capital of Tuscia are: - Rome-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) - Rome-Ciampino Airport (CIA) - Ponte Galeria-la Pisana (Rome) - Fiumicino city - Perugia.
A visit to the most iconic place in the entire Viterbo area. Also known as 'the dying city' due to the constant erosion of the tufa rocks on which it stands, this village between Orvieto and Lake Bolsena has Etruscan and medieval origins. Floating in time and space, Civita di Bagnoregio is one of the most beautiful and characteristic Italian villages.
Explore a still unknown Etruscan archaeological site just one hour from Rome. One ticket purchases admission to Palazzo Doebbing Museum and the city's Archaeological Park: the Amphitheatre carved into the rock, the rock Necropolis and the Mitreo.
Skip-the-line entry with a single ticket to access Narni's rich historical and artistic heritage, whose cultural offer is integrated to give an even better service to tourists and residents. An unforgettable and convenient opportunity to learn more about the history and legends of this famous Umbrian village.