Glory of Rome - Afternoon 4 hour Segway Tour

Glory of Rome - Afternoon 4 hour Segway Tour
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$94.12
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

All Rome’s fascinating history in a 4-hour segway tour. Cruise through the streets of the Eternal City and visit all the landmarks that made up its glory: Castel Sant’Angelo with an amazing view of Saint Peter’s Basilica, Ara Pacis, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus…A 2-thousand-year journey in just one afternoon. To enhance the experience, the number of participants is limited to 4 people.

All the glory of Rome in one afternoon.
This comprehensive segway tour covers the best of Rome. After a short segway training session at our office on Piazza Mattei, we glide over to the archaeological area of Largo Argentina. There we'll see Rome's majestic ancient temple devoted to all the gods - the Pantheon. After a quick stop at the beautiful baroque square Piazza Navona we'll cross the river to reach one of the most stunning places in the city, “The Mausoleum of Hadrian” usually known as Castel Sant'Angelo.

From here you'll enjoy a precious view of St. Peter's Basilica (The Vatican). Afterwards we zip to the Ara Pacis, Piazza del Popolo and continue on to the Spanish Steps. At this point we'll make a stop at the famous Trevi Fountain, after throwing a coin in fountain we proceed to the monumental Piazza Venezia and Capitoline Hill. We then glide alongside the Roman Forum to reach Rome's most iconic landmark - The Colosseum. The tour isn't over just yet, we'll advance from here to Circus Maximus and have a look at the “Mouth of Truth”, the famous sculpture from the movie Roman Holidays. Then we glide through the charming Jewish Quarter to conclude the tour and return to the office.

All Rome’s fascinating history in a 4-hour segway tour. Cruise through the streets of the Eternal City and visit all the landmarks that made up its glory: Castel Sant’Angelo with an amazing view of Saint Peter’s Basilica, Ara Pacis, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus…A 2-thousand-year journey in just one afternoon. To enhance the experience, the number of participants is limited to 4 people.