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Rome City Small Group Electric-Assist Bicycle Tour

Rome City Small Group Electric-Assist Bicycle Tour - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$60.41

Enjoy the best of Rome on a four-hour bike tour with a local guide. Cycle through Rome, discovering its ancient monuments, fancy shopping streets, beautiful churches and fountains ... More info ›

Enjoy the best of Rome on a four-hour bike tour with a local guide. Cycle through Rome, discovering its ancient monuments, fancy shopping streets, beautiful churches and fountains. The tour route will provide a reminiscent view of Rome's main attractions, plus some hidden squares and little alleys that are less common among tourists. For a leisurely, yet authentic, look at Rome, this tour should not be missed.

This guided bike tour of Rome will give you a look at the city’s top attractions and most beautiful sights with a local, knowledgeable guide. Most of the bike routes have very limited access to traffic, and some have no traffic at all, meaning you are able to enjoy your ride around the city in total relaxation and safety.

On your 4-hour tour, discover Rome's secret passages through ancient walls and ruins, stopping every now and then for amazing photo opportunities or to enjoy a cappuccino or gelato (not included in the price).

All tours include a self-guided visit to the Pantheon. A full list of sights visited can be seen in the Itinerary.

Participating in a guided bike tour means exploring Rome with an expert guide capable of guiding you in a stress-free way around Rome, where every open square is a discovery, every alley is a surprise and there is an unexpected encounter around every corner.

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Best of Rome Walking Tour: Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Trevi Fountain

Best of Rome Walking Tour: Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Trevi Fountain - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

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$43.27

See the very best of Rome and its most famous squares, monuments, fountains and artworks on this 2.5-hour afternoon walking tour. Be enchanted by the Eternal City as you stroll through Rome's picturesque cobblestone alleyways and discover some of the world's most famous sites, including the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps ... More info ›

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See the very best of Rome and its most famous squares, monuments, fountains and artworks on this 2.5-hour afternoon walking tour. Be enchanted by the Eternal City as you stroll through Rome's picturesque cobblestone alleyways and discover some of the world's most famous sites, including the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. You'll travel through time and admire Rome's must-see art and architecture, all in a single afternoon!

Set off from Piazza di Spagna, and then proceed to the Spanish Steps, with their lively atmosphere and stunning views down into the winding alleys of the heart of the historic center. Next you will encounter one of Rome's most dramatic monuments, the beautiful Trevi Fountain.

Your stroll through Rome continues with a stop at Piazza Colonna, which contains the column erected by Marcus Aurelius and is considered by Romans to be the very center of the city. Stop at the Pantheon, with its impressive concrete dome and open oculus, which never fails to impress. Nearby you will explore Piazza Navona, with Bernini's famous "Fountain of the Four Rivers" triumphantly marking its center.

Super Saver Upgrade (Morning Small-Group Ancient Rome and Colosseum Tour):
Keen to see more and have the morning free? Why not upgrade and include a 3-hour Colosseum and Ancient Rome small-group walking tour in the morning? By booking the two tours in this way, you'll save 13% compared to booking two tours separately. Start your day with a gentle stroll up Oppian Hill to enjoy unforgettable views of the Colosseum -- Ancient Rome's most iconic landmark. After heading back down, skip the long entrance lines of the Colosseum and enjoy priority access to explore this famous attraction with your expert guide. As you walk around the fascinating ground and first floors, hear stories from your guide about the amphitheater's intriguingly brutal past filled with bloodthirsty gladiators.

After leaving the Colosseum, head into Ancient Rome to see the Arch of Constantine before walking through the Roman Forum and up Palatine Hill. Your tour ends on Via Sacra, the main street that links the Colosseum to Capitoline Hill. Enjoy roughly two hours at your leisure. Explore the impressive ruins or have lunch at any of the several nearby restaurants (own expense) before meeting your guide for your Best of Rome Walking Tour in the afternoon.

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* The Pantheon is closed on Saturday for Mass. Full explanation about the Pantheon will be given from the outside.

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Catacombs and Roman Countryside Half-Day Walking Tour

Catacombs and Roman Countryside Half-Day Walking Tour - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$67.81

Travel along Rome’s ancient Appian Way and explore its ancient aqueducts, Catacombs and countryside on this 3-hour tour. Escape the city’s hustle and bustle to discover the surrounding countryside with your guide ... More info ›

Travel along Rome’s ancient Appian Way and explore its ancient aqueducts, Catacombs and countryside on this 3-hour tour. Escape the city’s hustle and bustle to discover the surrounding countryside with your guide. Visit the Catacombs of San Callisto or San Sebastiano — widely considered to be among Rome’s finest remaining burial sites — and explore their labyrinthine underground tunnels. Admire feats of engineering from a past civilization in the antique arches of Rome’s mighty aqueducts and gain valuable insight into one of the world’s most fascinating ancient civilizations.

Combining coach or minivan travel with on-foot exploration, your morning guided tour departs from central Rome and takes you beyond the city walls and out along the rustic Appian Way — one of the earliest and most strategically significant roads of Rome’s ancient republic.

Stop first for a walk with your guide through the countryside near the southern edge of ancient Rome. Admire the attractive Italian scenery outside the city and perhaps take time to capture the landscape through the lens of your camera.

Continue on to Rome’s ancient Catacombs of San Callisto or San Sebastiano. The Catacombs of San Callisto were built in the 2nd century and named after the deacon Saint Callixtus, while San Sebastiano is a small Christian cemetery and one of Rome’s most accessible catacombs. Explore the underground tunnels with your guide, hear of their history and gain insight into the burial techniques prevalent those centuries ago.

Leaving the Catacombs behind and travel onward to admire Rome’s remaining aqueducts. The Romans were masters of engineering and the aqueducts still standing today are testament to their skills. Listen as your guide explains how and why the aqueducts were built here and marvel at the amazing feat of engineering they represent.

After three hours exploring the Catacombs and countryside along Rome’s ancient Appian Way, return to your original departure point to conclude your tour.

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Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs and Roman Aqueducts Electric-assist Bicycle Tour

Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs and Roman Aqueducts Electric-assist Bicycle Tour - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 4 to 6 hrs
Location: Rome, Italy

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$72.74

Explore rural Italy and discover ancient Roman ruins on this 6-hour Ancient Appian Way, catacombs and Roman Aqueducts electric-assist bicycle tour. Cycle on the Ancient Appian Way with an electric-assist bike with your guide ... More info ›

Explore rural Italy and discover ancient Roman ruins on this 6-hour Ancient Appian Way, catacombs and Roman Aqueducts electric-assist bicycle tour. Cycle on the Ancient Appian Way with an electric-assist bike with your guide. Marvel at Roman ruins such as the Aurelian Walls, the Circus of Maxentius, Caracalla's thermal baths and the Tomb of Caecilia Metella. Delve deep into the 2nd-century San Callisto catacombs to learn of Roman burial traditions and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 10 people.

Meet your guide in central Rome in the morning or afternoon (depending on option chosen). Then, travel into the surrounding countryside to the start of the Ancient Appian Way. Construction of the road began  in 312 BC to link Rome to Apulia in southern Italy, and it soon became one of the most important roads in the Roman Republic.
On arrival, hop onto your electric-assist bicycle (regular bikes are available if you prefer) and head deeper into the countryside with your guide. Take in top attractions such as the Caracalla's thermal baths, the Aurelian Walls, the Circus of Maxentius, the Tomb of Caecilia Metella and the Caffarella Park. Enjoy panoramic views over rural Italy and listen as your guide sheds light on the many ancient sights you visit.
Stop at the San Callisto catacombs — built in the 2nd century and named after the deacon St Callixtus — and explore the underground tunnels with your guide. Learn of their fascinating history and gain insight into ancient Roman burial traditions.
After cycling  along the Appian Way and the Aqueducts Park, travel back to central Rome to conclude your tour which is approximately 17 miles (27 km).

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Trastevere and Rome's Jewish Ghetto Half-Day Walking Tour

Trastevere and Rome's Jewish Ghetto Half-Day Walking Tour - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$35.75

Escape Rome's crowds to explore parts of the historic center that most tourists don't get to visit. You'll enjoy a leisurely stroll through the fascinating Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere area, Rome's more traditional districts, accompanied by your knowledgeable guide.

Your guided tour of Rome's little-known jewels Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto starts at Largo Argentina and the Senate House, where Julius Caesar was murdered ... More info ›

Escape Rome's crowds to explore parts of the historic center that most tourists don't get to visit. You'll enjoy a leisurely stroll through the fascinating Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere area, Rome's more traditional districts, accompanied by your knowledgeable guide.

Your guided tour of Rome's little-known jewels Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto starts at Largo Argentina and the Senate House, where Julius Caesar was murdered. Your tour concludes three hours later at lovely Campo de'Fiori, the site of executions during the Inquisition and today one of Rome's liveliest piazzas.

On this entertaining and enlightening walking tour you will get a chance to see parts of the ancient city hidden below the modern street level. Rome certainly wasn't built in a day, so you'll see other periods in between, from Medieval to Renaissance and Baroque.

Your Rome-ophile guide will share their enthusiasm for these hidden parts of the city, entertaining you with the legends and secrets of Rome's most authentic neighborhoods and their cafés, synagogues and churches. You'll broaden your experience of Rome with a visit to areas most tourists don't visit, and be able to ask questions right on the spot about their history and significance.

All tour guides are native English-speakers or Roman archaeologist, hold university degrees in teaching and the humanities, and adhere to the highest standards of education.

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Roman views with Electric-assist bicycle

 Roman views with Electric-assist bicycle - Rome, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Rome, Italy

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$72.74

Enjoy panoramic views of the Italian capital on this 4-hour electric bike tour of Rome. Follow a guide and climb Aventine, Capitoline, Janiculum and Palatine hills with little effort as the bike’s electric motor saves your legs the hard work ... More info ›

Enjoy panoramic views of the Italian capital on this 4-hour electric bike tour of Rome. Follow a guide and climb Aventine, Capitoline, Janiculum and Palatine hills with little effort as the bike’s electric motor saves your legs the hard work. Discover Trastevere, Circus Maximus and cycle through beautiful squares such as Piazza Navona; and admire St. Peter's Square and Basilica. Numbers are limited to 10 for an intimate, small-group experience.

Choose a tour time, then meet your guide and hop on your electric bike in central Rome. While designed like an ordinary bicycle, your electric bike has a small motor to take the effort out of cycling up steep hills. Standard bikes are also available.

Through your 12-mile (18-kilometer) ride, follow your guide on a route away from the chaotic traffic, and take in sights such as the quirky Piazza of the Knights of Malta and Garden of Oranges at Aventine Hill.

Cycle through the alleyways of Trastevere to the Basilica of Santa Maria, and admire city squares such as Piazza Navona.

Stop for a coffee or gelato (own expense) before your ride continues through the Jewish quarter and along the 15th-century Via dei Coronari, one of the most attractive Rome streets. Pass Roman temples, the remains of the Theatre of Pompey at Largo di Torre Argentina square and Parc Adriano for a glimpse of Castel Sant'Angelo (aka the Mausoleum of Hadrian).

Climb Palatine Hill and listen as your guide describes Circus Maximus, the chariot-racing circuit of Ancient Rome. Gaze out over the Roman Forum from Capitoline Hill, and ogle panoramas of Rome and the mountainous landscape beyond it from the top of Janiculum Hill.

After four hours exploring Rome’s hills, follow your guide back to the start point to conclude your tour.

Please note: Sights may be visited in a different order to the itinerary described above.

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