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Enjoy panoramic views of the Italian capital on this 5-hour electric bike tour of Rome. Follow a guide and climb Av...
Explore Rome’s historic Trastevere district on a 3.5-hour Segway tour, and glide past medieval houses on enchanting stre...
Take to the streets of one of Rome’s most popular neighborhoods by Segway. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Trastevere ...
Explore Rome by night on a 3-hour electric bike tour. Cruise up Gianicolo Hill to see a wonderful view of Rome, admire t...
Explore Rome via the location sites of award-winning movie “La Grande Belleza” (“The Great Beauty”) on a 3-hour electric...
Enjoy panoramic views of Rome on a private 3-hour tour, and see the city’s historic monuments from some of its fabled 7 ...
Join a special half day tour to see the main features of the Eternal City. You will start with a skip-the-line tour...
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If you’re visiting Rome during the Jubilee of Mercy, running from December 2015 through November 2016, be sure to book y...
Join a special half day tour to see the main features of the Eternal City. You will start with ...
Mobile Voucher Accepted
Explore Rome through the location sites of the award-winning movie “La Grande Belleza” (“The Great Beauty”) on a 3-hour ...
The tour Rome by night it is a very memorable way to experience the eternal city, sit back relax in the comforts of you...
Join a special full-day tour to see the main features of the Eternal City. You will start with a skip-the-line grou...
Explore Rome via the magical locations of the Oscar-winning movie "La Grande Bellezza," traveling by private car to Jani...
Our 3-hour self-guided tour will take you to Gianicolo, Orange Gardens, Aventine Hill, Pincio, etc. Comfortably dri...
Follow in the footsteps of the Oscar-winning film, The Great Beauty, and explore Rome on a 5-hour private tour by c...
Private City Bike or E-Bike Tour of Rome through the eternal city's most beautiful views! Explore the famous Pincio Terr...
This is not, contrary to popular belief, one of the original seven hills that Rome was founded on.
This is not, contrary to popular belief, one of the original seven hills that Rome was founded on. It is the second highest after Monte Mario, though, and offers incredible panoramic views of the city as long as the authorities remember to prune the trees on the hillside (if they are too tall you can walk a few meters down the hill for views that are just as good). On the other side of the piazza there is also a nice view of the dome of St. Peter's. The Piazza and the street leading up the hill are dedicated to Giuseppe Garibaldi who led Italian troops against the French here in 1849.
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Strange to see a lighthouse on top of a hill
This massive early 17th Century Baroque fountain was built to celebrate the re-opening of an old Roman aqueduct
Delightful Renaissance house that was built by a rich banker from Siena, Agostino Chigi
There is little information available on Raphaels mistress La Fornarina
This church, which was commissioned by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, marks the point where, according to tradition, St
Small piazza about 20m from Piazza Navona, behind the Brazilian Embassy
Pope Sixtus IV della Rovere (1471-1481) gave order to replace the old Roman bridge by a new one
Baroque church more noted for its position at the top of the Spanish Steps than for the church itself
This building also known as the Doll House was built in the 16th century
Since 1871 this has been the French Embassy