What you'll do
Set off on Segway to discover the best views of the Eternal City. The tour starts at the lovely Turtle Fountain on Piazza Mattei and goes through the ancient Jewish Quarter, with its peculiar atmosphere and interesting stories, and continue to the “Mouth of Truth”, the (in)famous lie detector. We reach Aventine Hill and stop at the beautiful “Garden of Oranges”, to enjoy an amazing panorama of the whole city. After looking through Rome’s keyhole, it's time to getto Circus Maximus, and do a race on Segway, like the charriot races that took place in the very same location 2000 years ago. We continue alongside the Palatine Hill towards the Colosseum, and from there we glide past the Imperial Forums and ride up to the Capitoline Hill, to enjoy a great view of the Roman Forum, the very heart of ancient Rome. This is a small group tour, with a max number of 6 participants to enhance your experience. If you are a larger group, please write us and we'll open the booking for more people. If you want a tour in a language other than English (German, French, Spanish, Russian and Italian available), please book the private option and state the language chosen.
Originally from Moscow, I moved to Rome 6 years ago and started working in tourism. I opened my own tour company in 2016, to lead tourists around this beautiful city. I am eager to share my passion and knowledge of Rome's history, culture and everyday life and to let you discover the true character of the Eternal City! Always with a smile :)
Coffee and water
Segway and helmet
Sun cream, rain poncho, gloves if needed
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Where you'll be
Jewish Quarter, home to the oldest Jewish community of Europe. Porticus of Octavia, public Augustus' building we go through. Forum Boarium with the oldest building in Rome. Aventine Hill with the best panoramic view. The secret key hole. Circus Maximus, the largest stadium of antiquity Colosseum and Forum Romanum, heart of ancient Rome's life Capitoline Hill, with a lovely square designed by Michelangelo
Things to keep in mind
For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the experience is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase.
Always communicate through Airbnb. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.
Up to 6 guests ages 16 and up can attend.
In case of heavy rain, you can either reschedule or cancel and get fully refunded. In case of light rain, we usually do the tour, but understand if you want to reschedule - no refund granted.
Rome: views and landmarks on Segway