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Explore Rome via a unique mode of transport and see more of the city than you would on foot. During a 3-hour sightseeing tour by street legal golf cart, you will make easy work of the Eternal City, and even visit hidden gems, such as the Aventine and Celio hills, not usually included on walking tours.
Departing from Piazza del Popolo, in front of the "twin" churches of Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, set off for Rome’s historic center and see sights such as the baroque Trevi Fountain. According to legend, if you throw a coin in the fountain you are guaranteed to one day return to Rome.
You will also pass Piazza Barberini, Piazza Colonna, named for the marble Column of the Roman Marcus Aurelius, and Piazza Venezia, the very center of Rome dominated by the Victor Emmanuel II monument to a unified Italy.
Drive to lesser known gems, such as Celio Hill, site of the beautiful villa and gardens of Villa Celimontana and the ancient basilicas of Santo Stefano Rotondo and Santi Giovanni e Paolo. And explore Aventine Hill, home to the Knights of Malta, city rose garden, and a fragrant orange grove.
Tours are tailored to client’s wishes and all itineraries are suggestions. The purpose is to give you an idea of what one can see during a tour in a golf cart, and what the tour can cover starting and ending from the Piazza del Popolo.
Explore Rome by street legal golf cart and see more of the city than you would on foot
Tailor the tour to suit your desires and visit hidden gems as well as iconic sites
Drive through the central piazzas of Venezia, Barberini, and Colonna, dominated by the marble column of Marcus Aurelius
Tour some of Rome's 7 hills, such as the southern suburb of Aventine Hill, where a fragrant orange grove grows
Discover where the Knights of Malta set up home in Rome after they fled Napoleon's army in Rhodes
Admire the "twin" churches of Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli
Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain to guarantee that you will one day return to Rome