3-hour Ancient Rome Segway Tour

  • Tour code: 276-3374
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$87.97

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Travel effortlessly up and down the Seven Hills of Rome and see the capital of the Roman Emperors, the centre of the Western world for centuries.

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Adult:$87.97
Child:$87.97
  • Segways are appropriate for most people aged between 16 years and 70 years.
  • Segways are not suitable for guests who weigh under 100 pounds (45 kilos) or over 250 pounds (113 kilos).
  • Please note: A minimum of 2 participants

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  • Day 1 Rome
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Day 1 Rome

Although the magnificent city of Rome was not built in a day, guests on this segway tour will be able to see its glory in just a few hours. The day will begin after guests have been picked up from the specified departure location in the city. We will start with a brief orientation session during which we will learn how to drive and operate a segway. Then, we will set off into the city, stopping first at the Palatine Hill. Next, we will continue on our way, passing the incredible Circus Maximus before reaching the Aventine Hill (and the quaint orange grove at the summit). After this, we will glide down to the hill to reach the Church of Santa Maria of Cosmedin, where the remains of St. Valentine are kept. Later on, we will go to the Capitoline Hill, the Roman Forum, and finally, the Colosseum. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

The history of this amazing city spans more than two and a half thousand years. It is one of the most historic places on the planet Earth, and it's artistic and cultural contributions have colored global development.

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    The Aventine is one of the seven hills upon which Rome was built. Historically, it held many temples to various gods and goddesses, including Diana and Ceres.
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    One of the seven hills of Rome, the Capitoline was the citadel of the ancient city. The current layout at the top of the hill was designed in the Renaissance by celebrated artist Michelangelo.
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    This nearly 2000-year-old structure is one of the most famous buildings in all of human history. At its height, it could hold up to 80,000 people, and was usually used for gladiatorial contests, executions, and drama productions.
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    This ancient stadium was used during the time of the Roman Empire to host chariot races. The site is now a public park, although the Rolling Stones did play a concert here in 2014.
    Duration: 1 Day
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    More commonly known as simply the "Forums," this ancient site was once a public square surrounded by active governmental buildings. The ruins go back at least as far as the eighth century BC and were the heart of ancient Rome.

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.

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