Rome Sightseeing Tours: relive a bygone age while you glide between the most spectacular monuments of ancient Rome! Take on the coolest ride of the 21st Century in the most beautiful city in the world!
20 participants maximum
Rome Sightseeing Tours
Rome Segway tour departing from the Roman Forum.
Don’t miss the incredible experience of seeing Rome by Segway. This tour is very popular so book now to avoid disappointment.
Our Rome Segway tour operates to a maximum of ten (10) persons, so we guarantee an intimate and unique experience. Listen to your personal guide as you glide through the city on a self-balancing segway. You will hear about the rich history of Rome, full of tales about ancient Roman society, their beliefs, their social and political life. Discover how the Romans managed to create and control such a vast territory, and how that empire declined. You will be able to visit Circo Massimo, Arch of Constantine, Roman Forum, Colosseum, Trajan’s Column, Palatine Hill, the Mouth of Truth, and enjoy many other panoramic views of Rome!
Rome Segway Tour is not appropriate for people who weigh less than 100 pounds (c. 45 kg) or more than 250 pounds (c. 113 kg). Age advisory is 16 - 70 years. For participants aged under 16 years, we require an acceptance letter of responsibility from parents or legal guardians. Under 16’s must be at least 4,6 ft tall (1,4 metres) and weigh more than 90 pounds (40 kilos). Please note that our staff retain the right to refuse your child on the tour without obligation to refund the cost of his or her ticket.
Rome Segway Tour goes on come rain or shine. No refunds for delayed travel and transport connections.
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• Tour runs daily excluding Sundays.
• Tour does not run on public holidays.
No hidden costs, English speaking guide, personalized assistance.
The tour includes:
30 minute lesson with Segway staff
Rome tour guide or audio guide
Photos of this tour
Tour meeting point
Colosseo, 00184 Roma, Italia
09:30 AM near the Colosseum.