Rome's Fountains and Square Segway Tour

Rome's  Fountains and Square Segway Tour
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$88.24
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Rome, with its aqueducts, fountains, and public baths, has since Antiquity been considered a true "Queen of Water"... so take a sip of refreshing ancient water from the Virgin Aqueduct, and then follow its path through Rome as it gushes into the most extraordinary fountains of the city!

This is a journey that begins at the source of the Virgin Aqueduct and continues by following the path of this aqueduct through the city, from a fountain to the other visiting all the mains squares of the city. Glide along the Aqueduct's course and rediscover the mesmerising architecture and beauty of the Roman fountains.

The tour leaves from Piazza del Gesù, which is where our office is, and from there we will give you a training session in order for you to learn how to use a segway properly. It is very easy, but you can practice on the pedestrian zone we are located on for as long as you want until you feel comfortable!

You will then be on your way to admiring the masterpieces designed by the greatest architects of Rome such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna (Spanish square) and her ”Barcaccia” fountain adorning it, the fountains of Piazza Navona (Navona's square): Fountain of Four Rivers, the Fountain of the Moor and the Fountain of Neptune.
You will also marvel at the more hidden yet monumentally characteristic fountains which are dotted all around the historical centre of Rome: these smaller treasures from our past include the Fountain of Turtles in the ghetto, the Fountain of Artists and even the Fountain of Wisdom...

All of these are but a tiny sample of the myriad of other fountains that adorn the city and that will freshen and revive anyone - a well-needed break from musty museums and dusty archaeological sites.

Rome, with its aqueducts, fountains, and public baths, has since Antiquity been considered a true "Queen of Water"... so take a sip of refreshing ancient water from the Virgin Aqueduct, and then follow its path through Rome as it gushes into the most extraordinary fountains of the city!