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Rome City Center and Villa Borghese Tour by Segway

1. Rome City Center and Villa Borghese Tour by Segway

Explore Rome on a guided Segway tour to sights like Piazza di Pietra. Glide through Villa Borghese and climb up Pincian Hill without breaking a sweat. Cruise through the Campo Marzio district with ease.  Learn how to operate a Segway upon meeting your guide on Piazza del Popolo, and then head towards the grounds of the magnificent Villa Borghese once everyone is confident on this easy-to-ride, self-balancing vehicle. Discover the ancient monuments of the third largest park in Rome, including the legendary Borghese Gallery, home to a treasure trove of art by the most famous painters from Italy.  Continue to the lake before riding over to Piazza di Siena. Make your way up the Pincio (Pincian Hill) to get breathtaking view over the city. Head back down into the bustling city center and visit some of the main squares and alleyways of the Campo Marzio district.  Admire the impressive Pantheon and get a closer look at the colonnades of the Temple of Hadrian in Piazza di Pietra. See Bernini's glorious Fontana della Barcaccia (Fountain of the Boat) in Piazza di Spagna at the foot of the Spanish Steps.

Rome Night Segway Tour

2. Rome Night Segway Tour

Experience Rome at night on a 2.5-hour Segway tour of some of its most historic sights, and soak up the infectious energy of “La Dolce Vita” after dark. Meet your Segway leader on  Via dei Delfini for a short orientation session and briefing. Once you are comfortable on the easy-to-use Segways, glide from Trajan’s Forum - the last of the imperial fora - to the Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill), one of the legendary 7 hills of Rome. The Segway leaders will take care of you throughout your tour, and share fascinating stories about the history and culture of Rome. Go to Piazza Navona to experience the energy of Rome at its most accute. Then, visit the Temple of Hadrian and Pantheon, temple to all gods. Cruise along an historic alley to the Spanish Steps. Your last stop will be the Trevi Fountain, where you can throw in a coin to ensure that you will one day return to Rome.

Rome: 2-Hour Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

3. Rome: 2-Hour Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

Uncover the little-known treasures of Rome on a private guided walking tour. Explore narrow alleys, hidden riches of art and history, and grand piazzas and fountains. Follow your guide as you learn the history of this Eternal City and its ancient roots. Admire Renaissance and Baroque architecture, visit markets and savor the perfume of Rome's everyday life. See top attractions like the Spanish Steps, neighborhood gems like the Antico Caffè Greco, and wonders such as the famous Trevi Fountain.

Rome: Ancient Sites Self-Guided Tour with Audio Guide

4. Rome: Ancient Sites Self-Guided Tour with Audio Guide

Start your self guided adventure from the most iconic landmarks in Rome, The Colosseum, and finish at the wonderful and historic Roman temple, the Pantheon. On this 60 minute self guided audio tour you will marvel at the impressive architecture of the Roman Empire, while admiring some of the city’s Modernism landmarks such as Piazza Venezia and Altar of the Fatherland. Highlights included in the self-guided tour: Colosseum Imperial Forum Roman Forum Trajan’s Market Domus Romane at Palazzo Valentini Pantheon St Ignazio Church Hadrian’s Temple ...and many more!

Rome: City Center Hidden Highlights Guided Walking Tour

5. Rome: City Center Hidden Highlights Guided Walking Tour

- Explore the heart of Rome on a guided walking tour. See top attractions like the Piazza Navona square, the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon. Admire an old aqueduct at the Vicus Caprarius museum and see the Stadium of Domitian. - Meet your guide at fountain of Bernini in Piazza Navona and begin your guided tour through the center of Rome. Listen as your guide tells you an introduction and points out highlights in the square. - Hear your guide clearly with the provided headsets. - Continue to the stadium of the emperor Domitian where you can see this ancient athletic venue which seated 15,000-20,000 viewers. Make your way to the well-preserved Pantheon which was once a Roman temple before being converted to a Catholic church. -Travel to the Saint Ignazio church to admire its stunning 3D frescos. Stroll to the Baroque Trevi fountain. Visit the underground excavations of the old aqueduct and the water city of Rome at the Vicus Caprarius museum. Finish your tour at La Rinascente. 

Rome: Best Squares and Fountains Private Tour

6. Rome: Best Squares and Fountains Private Tour

Explore the enchanting piazzas and fountains of Rome's historic city center as you wander through serpentine streets and cobbled walkways in the company of an expert local guide. Enjoy a private tour specially designed and customized based on your interests and preferences. Pull up a chair in Rome's great open-air drawing room, the Piazza Navona, whose origins as an ancient racetrack are still obvious in its distinctive shape. For centuries this was the meeting place of choice for the city's elites who came to mingle in the shadow of Bernini's brilliant Fountain of the Four Rivers (Fiumi Fountain) and Borromini's no less impressive Sant'Agnese in Agone church.  In the area around the Spanish Steps, walk in the footsteps of the great poets and painters of the past who ventured to Rome hoping to be inspired by the city’s artistic masterpieces and vivid colors. Today it’s home to luxury shopping boutiques and a wondrous fountain by Bernini, but in the 1800s this was the stomping ground of brilliant English writers like John Keats and Percy Shelley. Nearby you'll gaze up in awe at the majestic Trevi Fountain, a delight for all the senses as sea gods and Tritons loom out of its deafening cascading waters. Visit the remarkable Pantheon — a miraculously preserved testament to the engineering brilliance of the ancient Romans — and find out how its giant columns were transported to Rome from as far away as Egypt. Discover the secrets behind its staggeringly large dome pierced by a central oculus, still the largest unsupported concrete dome ever built.  If your walking tour falls on a Sunday when the Pantheon is closed to visitors, you’ll instead admire and learn all about the amazing edifice from a spectacular vantage point in the Piazza della Rotonda outside.

Rome: 3-Hour Private Historical Highlights Walking Tour

7. Rome: 3-Hour Private Historical Highlights Walking Tour

Discover the pretty squares and fountains of Rome on a 3-hour walking tour and learn about the ancient city and its main highlights. Follow the crowd and throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain, admire the marble column of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius on Piazza Colonna, and see the historic Palazzo Chigi and Palazzo Montecitorio. Walk towards the ancient Pantheon and pass the remains of the Temple of Hadrian and the Church of St. Ignatius on your way. Then, enter the best-preserved temple of Ancient Rome on arrival to see the tombs of Raphael, Queen Margherita and King Victor Emmanuel II. Visit Rome's first university and the Senate House on the way to Piazza Navona, built by the emperor Domitian and adorned with beautiful fountains by Bernini. Discover the city's best gelaterias, cafés, restaurants and shops along the way.

Walking Tour of Central Rome & Pizza Making Experience

8. Walking Tour of Central Rome & Pizza Making Experience

You will begin your tour by meeting your friendly and informative professional tour guide, before walking around the city center where you will see some of the most famous monuments. You can see with your own eyes the 135 Spanish Steps of Piazza di Spagna, pass by the Bernini Statue, see the church of Trinità dei Monti and follow onto the Trevi Fountain where you can toss a coin in for luck. Exploring further, you can discover the beautiful art of the Pantheon, witness the Temple of Adrian and the Marcus Aurelius Column, until you reach the Piazza Navona, complete with its beautiful fountains. Finally, you will have a unique experience in which you will get to make pizza with your own hands. You can relax, sit, taste, learn, and experience what your professional Pizzaiolo has to teach to you at a central restaurant in Rome. They will explain to you how to make your own Roman pizza, thin and crunchy at 400 degrees Celsius utilizing an oak wood-fired oven. You can kneed the dough, form the pizza, and add your chosen ingredients, before finally eating your very own creations and bringing your new techniques to make Italian pizza back home.

Rome: Baroque Private Historical Guided Scooter Tour

9. Rome: Baroque Private Historical Guided Scooter Tour

Enjoy a private guided tour of some of the highlights of the Eternal City on this private scooter tour of Rome. Ride through famous squares, pass by ruins, and see temples while moving through the city. Start the tour at the meeting point in Piazza Dei Santi Apostoli, named for the Church of the Saints Apostles that stands in the square. Hop on your scooter and get ready to enjoy Rome while avoiding the fatigue of a walking tour. Move through the city on green electric scooters and head to the next square on the tour, Piazza Venezia, a famous square at the foot of the Capitol. See archaeologically significant sites like Largo di Torre Argentina, which contains the ruins of 4 temples. Travel to Campo De' Fiori, a former meadow, Piazza Navona, a symbol of the Roman Baroque period, with sculptural elements from Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini. Admire the famous Pantheon, a temple built to honor the divinities of the past, present, and future. Continue the tour to Piazza de Pietra, located in the city's historical center, dominated by the colonnade of the Temple of Hadrian, erected by Emperor Antonius Pius, and then see Piazza Colonna, named for the Column of Marcus Aurelius. Marvel at one of Rome's most famous attractions, the Trevi Fountain, the largest of Rome's fountains built in the 1700s and made famous by the film La Dolce Vita. Visit the Scalinata Trinità dei Monti, the Spanish Steps, Pincio Hill, and the Piazza di Spagna, before finishing the tour at Piazza Mignanelli, where the palace stands on the site of the ancient Hori Luculliani gardens.

Rome in a Day: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and Colosseum

10. Rome in a Day: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and Colosseum

Meet your guide at the Colosseum, where you will benefit from fast-track access to skip the ticket lines. You will then witness the sheer scale of this vast amphitheater; a showpiece of Roman ingenuity. Following the Colosseum, take a short walk to the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient city. Located around this ancient square are the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus. Situated a little way along the Via Sacra (Sacred Way) is the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, an impressive neoclassical masterpiece, named “the wedding cake” by the locals. Continue onwards to the breathtaking Trevi Fountain where, according to legend, if you throw a coin into the fountain you will one day return to Rome. Take a break for lunch at your own expense. Your guide can offer suggestions if required, there is much to choose from! After lunch you will tour the Government District. See the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. Located nearby is the Temple of Hadrian built in honour of Emperor Hadrian by his successor, Emperor Antonius Pius. Follow your guide down a narrow alleyway to the piazza della Rotonda, home to the legendary Pantheon, the location of the tomb of the Renaissance genius, Raphael. Pass by the ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona where Bernini’s sensational ‘Fountain of the Four Rivers’ is situated. The final stop on the tour is located just across the river Tiber - the Vatican City. Tour the Vatican Museums, home to some of the world’s most spectacular and famous artworks including frescoes by Raphael, and Michelangelo’s wonderful ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. You will also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into the renowned Saint Peter’s Square to finish your comprehensive tour of Rome.

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Had an excellent experience with Matt as our guide. He was a great balance between being knowledgeable and fun and took the time to answer all our questions as well as providing recommendations for city. Would definitely recommend for those who want to see a different side of Rome at night.

Was an absolutely amazing experience! Couldn’t fault our tour guy (Matt), he was so informative and he looked after us and kept us safe on the roads. He also gave us plenty of time to have a wonder about! Would highly recommend.

Marchello was our AMAIZING guide! Very professional, nice, patient. Explained us how to ride the segway, showd us the city and told us interesting stories. All the experience was wanderful and very cool. We really recommend

This is a very fun experience! Lots of information on the landmarks and riding a Segway after walking all day was such a treat!

Lots of thanks to Fabiana, made this beautiful tour and locations come to life!