This tour of Secret Rome by Golf Cart will make you discover amazing hidden gems of the Eternal City. If you are not a novice in Rome and have already been to the major highlights, and if you are keen to go off the beaten paths, this is the perfect choice for you.
The Secret Rome by Golf Cart tour starts at your hotel – as long as it is located within the very city center – or at our office on Piazza Mattei 11. Our brand new Golf Cart fits up to 3 people plus the guide, and it can be equipped with doors and glass windows, so even a rainy or cold day won’t be problem at all. Since this Rome tour by Golf cart is private, you can change the route as per your wishes, and if you fancy to hit some sites not included in our standard itineraries, we might reroute the tour accordingly.
After the tour guide picks you up at your hotel, the private tour of Secret Rome by Golf Cart starts out. The very first stop is the Church Sant’Ignazio, a baroque masterpiece with frescos that are the 17th century equivalent of the more famous Sistine Chapel. From there, we head to San Pietro in Vincoli to admire a Michelangelo’s masterpiece: the statue of Moses. Next, there are stops at the 2 most important basilicas in Rome after Saint Peter’s: Santa Maria Maggiore and San Giovanni in Laterano.
Afterwards, out tour of Secret Rome by Golf Cart takes you to Porta San Sebastiano, the biggest and best preserved of the Roman gates through the city wall. Here, you can get into the museum for free. From there, we proceed to the impressive remains of the Caracalla thermal baths, the second biggest thermal complex of ancient Rome and the best preserved one – nowadays amazing location for the Opera in the summer. Next comes the Piramide Cestia, a mausoleum in Egyptian style (there actually is a Pyramide in Rome!) built in I Century B.C., then the Golf Cart tour of Secret Rome will take to the Aventine Hill, for a look thourgh the famous keyhole and to enjoy a view of the entire city.
Pick-up and drop-off service available only at hotels located within the historical centre of Rome.
What’s Not Included
Entrance fees. Food & beverage. Anything not specified above.