This night tour of Rome by Golf Cart will let you discover the amazing highlights of the Eternal City beautifully lit up at night. The Rome by night tour on Golf Cart starts at your hotel or anywhere else within the city centre. Our brand new Golf Cart fits up to 3 people plus the guide, can be equipped with doors and glass windows and has heating system, so even a rainy or cold day won’t be problem at all. The tour of Ancient Rome by Golf cart is private, therefore you will be able to modify the itinerary according to whatever you are eager to see.
After the tour guide picks you up, you set off to explore the Eternal City after sunset. We will hit Rome’s top night attractions, starting with Piazza Navona, an amazing baroque square featuring Bernini masterpiece: the Fountain of the Four Rivers. The Golf Cart tour of Rome by night continues on to the Pantheon, the great temple devoted to all the Gods of Rome, and further to the Trevi Fountain, one of the best attractions the Eternal City has to offer.
The next stop of this Golf Cart tour of Rome by night is the Trajan’s Column, part of the larger Trajan’s Forum and Roman Forum, and then we get to the Colosseum. After learning interesting facts about the Colosseum, this Rome night tour by Golf Cart takes you to the he Piramide Cestia, a real Pyramide built by a wealthy Roman citizen in I Century B.C. as his mausoleum. From there, we head up to the Aventine Hill, to enjoy a lovely view through the famous Key Hole, and the we proceed further to the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hil. Nicely illuminated, the Palatine Hill was house to the imperial palaces, where the Roman emperors lived since Augustus’ time. After a quick stop at the Forum Boarium, to have a look at the Mouth of Truth and at two extremely well preserved Roman temples, we reach Piazza Venezia, with the magnificient nationl monument of Italy: the Vittoriano.
At the end of the tour, you can be returned to your accommodation or another central location in the city.
Pick-up and drop-off service available only at hotels located within the historical centre of Rome.
What’s Not Included
Entrance fees. Anything not specified above.