This tour is an amazing way to see the magnificent city of Rome from the comfort of... a top-of-the-line golf-cart! After guests have gathered at the specified departure location, we will get the chance to turn a long walking tour into a delightful adventure past the city's legendary fountains, monuments, and squares. There are a few different routes available depending on subject, but customization is also an option. This tour is ideal for families with children and allows guests to sit back and enjoy the ride with the help of an expert personal guide. 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.
The name of this square in Rome means "field of flowers" in English. The statue in the center depicts the Renaissance philosopher Giordano Bruno, who was burnt alive here for heresy against the Church.
Built in the year 126 AD, this famous piece of antiquity once served as a temple to all of the major Roman gods. One of the most well-preserved remnants of ancient Rome, it has been in almost constant use.
The site of this famous square was once the Stadium of Domitian in ancient times. The centerpiece of the piazza is the Fountain of the Four Rivers, which was designed by Bernini and features an Egyptian obelisk.
The famous Spanish Steps in Rome that connect the Piazza di Spagna and the Piazza Trinita dei Monti, dominated by the Trinita dei Monti church at the top.
Perhaps the most famous fountain in the world, this baroque masterpiece from the 18th century is best known for the myth that tossing coins in brings good luck. People from all over the world come to throw money into the fountain.
This triumphal arch in Rome has been standing for nearly 2,000 years. It commemorates the victory of Constantine I at the Battle of Milvian Bridge. It was built with brick and marble, and the detailing is incredibly intricate.
This large national monument in Rome was completed in 1925 to commemorate the unification of Italy as one country under the reign of King Emmanuel II. The main statue depicts the goddess of Victory riding in a chariot.
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.
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.
Officially known as the Mausoleum of Hadrian, this fortress in Rome was built in 139 AD to house the dead emperor. Later, it was used by various popes as a fortress and castle.
This church is named for the founder of the Jesuit Order of Catholic priests and located in the Campus Martius. It was consecrated in 1722 and built in the Baroque style.
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.
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.
This building was the third senate building in ancient Rome. Julius Caesar had commissioned its construction, but was murdered by a group of senators before he could see its completion.
This square in Rome, in the Campus Martius, is home to the ruins of four ancient temples and the Theater of Pompey. In the 18th century, the Teatro Argentina, an opera house, was opened.
Piazza Venezia is the city center of Rome and an important cultural and artistic feature in the city. The square is the sit of Italy's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Altare Della Patria and rests at the foot of the Capitoline Hill, next to Trajan's Forum.
The Piazza di Spagna sits at the bottom of the famous Spanish Steps in Rome. In the center of the plaza sits the sits the Fontana della Barcaccia, which was built nearly 400 years ago.
The ancient Romans built a massive series of tunnels underneath the city. In the early days of Christianity, these tunnels were used to house religious services and as tombs.
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.
Established in 1555, this neighborhood in the Rione Sant'Angelo was home to the city's Jewish population from the time of its inception to the late 19th century. It was the last active ghetto in Europe.
Commissioned in 1626 by Pope Urban VIII, this Roman church is most famous for its crypt, an ossuary filled with the bones of monks 4,000 friars of the Capuchin order.
*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.
Inclusions & Exclusions
Expert local guide and audio commentary.
Ponchos, in case of rain
Admission to monuments and museums
All purchases are subject to re-confirmation within 2-3 business days after booking. Please do not book the airline tickets until you received the confirmation.
Complete operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, are included on your e-ticket. You must print and bring e-ticket(s) on your trip, as they serve as proof of purchase.
Terms & Condition
The payment is fully refundable if the reservation is cancelled 72 hours or more prior to the scheduled tour.
Cancellations received within 48 hours - 72 hours of departure will incur a penalty of 50% of total purchase amount.
The payment will not be refunded for any other reason (i.e. weather, change of travel plans, illness, missed train, etc.) within 48 hours of the scheduled tour.
There is 6% handling fee add-on to the above penalties.
Prices may vary and are subject to availability by season, weekend, and/or holiday.
While we will make every effort to maintain a regular operation, we reserve the right to cancel a scheduled trip and issue a full refund to affected customers under special circumstances.
We reserve the right to modify the tour arrangements for smooth operation of the tour.