You'll want to fill it up, when you learn about our world famous Rome City Driving Tour!
We will be on the bicycle most of the time. You won't be doing too much pedaling, since we are using the e-bikes, that practically go on their own!
We will start by cruising down the road surrounded by the Ancient Imperial forums.
Our first major stop will be the Colosseum! You will get to take some amazing photos of the famous monument, and hear some cool things about the legendary gladiator arena!
We will take a nice ride through the Ancient baths, nowadays a lovely park, and get to admire the Colosseum one more time, now from nice lookout.
Our ride will take us along to visit the Circus Maximus, the biggest stadium ever built by the Romans!
Heading up the hill, we will find ourselves in one of the most charming gardens of Rome!
First we will admire the amazing view of the Roman Forum, and then we will explore a piazza designed by Michelangelo!
After cruising through a maze of narrow roads, you will be stunned to suddenly find yourself face-to-face with the most beautiful fountain in the world!
Our amazing ride continues as we cruise along the edge of the Rome's favorite villa, stopping at the Pincio terrace to admire the beautiful view of Piazza del Popolo!
The most monumental staircase in Rome! Learn the history behind it.
We will take a stop by the epic burial place of Octavian Augustus, the first emperor of Rome!
One of the most important stops on our tour - the oldest building in Rome and one of the most famous ancient monuments in the world. Prepare to be amazed!
It just doesn't stop when it comes to beautiful squares in Rome, and our next stop is one of the most famous piazza's in all of Italy!
Nowadays the location of the French Embassy in Rome, this piazza is famed for the beautiful Palazzo Farnese, where you can admire the architectural genius of Michelangelo!
We will cross one of the oldest bridges in Rome, and continue our trip on the other side of the river, in the famous bohemian district of Rome.
This is the pulsing heart of the neighborhood and here you will really feel why Trastevere is Rome's most popular district!
We will spend time in some of the oldest parts of Rome, get to admire the city from the river and learn about the history of the Jewish community of Rome.
We will ride by this ancient theater and you will realize that it was the inspiration for the more famous Colosseum!
We will take time to discover the famous Jewish quarter of Rome, and learn about the Jewish community that has lived in the area for centuries.
As our trip comes to an end, you will be ready to sit down for some food and a glass of wine, so what better place to do it than Trastevere!
We at The Roman Guy believe in maximizing your time when you are on vacation. This is why we have developed a bike tour that is an eco-friendly and enjoyable, showcasing the best of Rome's beauty, history and culture without overheating. What would you prefer - 4 hours of walking in the hot sun and seeing a small part of the city or cruising on an E-bike with the wind blowing through your hair and seeing practically the whole city? With the Eco-Friendly E-Bike Rome Tour, we think we have achieved perfection!
The best part about using an E-bike, is that you barely have to pedal and the bike goes by itself. With our E-bikes, you will get to where the vehicles cannot reach, and cover more ground than your feet would be able to, in only a couple of hours. And in case you're not familiar with E-bikes, we have good news for you - they almost run by themselves without you even having to pedal much! This tour will bring you to all of the must-see sites of Rome, but you will also get to admire the back streets, hidden piazzas, secret passages and spots with amazing views. So have your camera charged, you will be taking lots of photos.
Colosseum, Trajan’s Baths, Roman Acquaduct
We will depart from our office in the city center, taking you past Piazza Venezia, the central square of Rome, home of the grandious monumnet dedicated to Victor Emanuel II, the first king of Italy. We will then continue cruising by the Colosseum, the famous arena where gladiators spilled blood in front of the audience of thousands. After viewing the exterior of the legendary monument and taking some photos, we will continue though the Ancient ruins of what were once Trajan's Baths and is now a pleasant and quiet park. As we work our way down some side-roads, we will come upon an Ancient Roman Acquaduct. The millions of liters were brought into the city only using gravity!
Villa Celimontana, Circus Maximus
We then make an abrupt turn into a lesser-known park - Villa Celimontana. Here you will enjoy the lush vegetation around you and breathe the fresh air of a secluded park. As we continue to the other side, we will exit and come to the biggest stadium that was ever buiilt - Circus Maximus. The old movie Ben Hur will come back ato life as you learn the history of this amazing stadium that was used for 1,000 years.
Aventine Hill, Panoramic View, Mouth of Truth, Capitoline Hill
Afterwards, we will head up the Aventine Hill to witness one of the most picturesque views of the entire city. We descend to the Greek Ghetto where we will see the Mouth of Truth, whose legend states that if you are lying, it will bite your hand off! We will continue to the Capitoline Hill, that offers the most magnificent views of the Roman Forum. Did we mention that Rome was built on 7 hills? Don't worry about going up all the hills, your E-bike will give you the push you need, so you will never feel tired.
Trajan’s Column, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps
As you come to Piazza Venezia, you will be see a massive piece of stone called Trajan’s column. As an Emperor, Trajan decided to build this huge column as a tribute to his victory of the ancient Dacians. After some more backroads, you will hear the gushing of the water and come upon the most famous fountain in the world - The Trevi Fountain. Throw a coin inside, so you will come back! We continue to the most famous stairs in the world - The Spanish Steps. Rome has so many famous and beautiful things to see!
Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo, Mausoleum of Augustus
Within 5 minutes of the Spanish Steps, we will enter one of the biggest parks in Rome - Villa Borghese. Originally a privately owned park of a Cardinal, it is now open to the public with it’s many statues, fountains and the best view the city has to offer, the Pincio Hill. We then descend to the 19th century Piazza del Popolo which is the biggest square in Rome, famous for holding concerts and political rallies and head down to the Mausoleum of Augustus - this is where the first Emperor of Rome is buried!
Pantheon, Gelato, Piazza Navona, Piazza Farnese
There are few emotions as high as entering a building that is almost 2,000 years old and still intact. This is what you will experience when you go inside the Pantheon. A mysterious beauty that still baffles archeologists today. After all this history and picture taking, you will be ready for an amazing gelato to cool off and we know the best place. We then cruise on over to Piazza Navona where the shape of this square will be explained and finishing off this side of the river is Campo De’ Fiori and Piazza Farnese - two historic squares known for their bloody and lively past.
Ponte Sisto, Trastevere
We cross the river at Ponte Sisto, named after the Pope in the 15th Century who built the Sistine Chapel (see the resemblance) and cross into Trastevere. Home to hundreds of bars and restaurants, but also to some of the most beautiful streets Rome has. It will be a feast to your eyes, just to ride around, and you will hardly wait to return to this area again later in the evening!
Tiber Island, Jewish Ghetto, Theater of Marcellus
After our venture through Trastevere, we will cross the river again, this time going over the famous Tiber Island, which is one of the oldest parts of Rome and also has the oldest bridge in Rome dating back to Ancient Roman Times. On the other side, we will take a journey through the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter, still today holding close ties to the Jewish community of Rome. Once we get through the Jewish Quarter, you might think that you will see the Colosseum, but the building in front of you is actually 100 years older than the Colosseum, it is the Theater of Marcellus which was a famous theater that is over 2000 years old.
At this point we say goodbye, but It won't be hard to to find your way back to your hotel. Your guide will be happy to offer further instructions on where to go and how to go back to some of your favorite spots on this tour!
Minimum age of 12 required to participate in this tour. We recommend sporty and confirmable clothes, and sunscreen in the summer.
The Roman Guy HQ - in the Trastevere District.
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Don’t want to test yourself with public transportation in Rome? Choose an add-on transfer! A taxi is a less-expensive option, but for a convenient and luxury door-to-door experience, add our private climate controlled transportation from your hotel located in the city center to the meeting point of the tour. -$63.00
Same as above. -$73.00
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Senior (65+) [$69.00]
Student (18-25 w/ I.D.) [$64.00]
Youth (12-17) [$59.00]
The Roman Guy offers a 95% refund on cancellations made more than 72 hours prior to your tour taking place. Cancellations made within 72 hours of your tour taking place cannot be refunded but we will do our best to accommodate you on another tour or date, pending availability.
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I am VERY clumsy, so I was a little nervous to do this tour with my husband. However, everything went so smoothly and after 30 minutes of riding I beI am VERY clumsy, so I was a little nervous to do this tour with my husband. However, everything went so smoothly and after 30 minutes of riding I became more comfortable. Rome is a breathtaking city and actually bigger than I originally thought. The bike tour was the best way to see all of Rome within a few hours. I am going to Florence tomorrow and hoping I can do another one there too...more
I was only going to be staying in Rome for a short amount of time so I decided to do the E-bike tour so I could use my time more efficiently. I reallyI was only going to be staying in Rome for a short amount of time so I decided to do the E-bike tour so I could use my time more efficiently. I really liked that you barely even have to pedal since the bikes goes by themselves and I loved that this tour allowed me to see the hidden gems of Rome while at the same time saving me energy and time! ..more