This Panoramic segway tour of Rome allows you to enjoy the best views of the Eternal City, as well as the most iconic monuments of ancient Rome. The tour begins on Piazza Santi Apostoli, where we carry out some basic training for you to get the hang of the chosen vehicle – whether Segway or E-Scooter.
The first stop of this Panoramic tour of Rome by segway or e-scooter is at the Trajan’s Column, a Roman victory column erected in the II Century A.D. After that, we zip through via dei Fori Imperiali to admire the monumental remains of the forums of Caesar, Augustus, Nerva, and Trajan, which were – alongside with the Roman Forum – the beating heart of life in ancient Rome.
We continue then towards the Colosseum, the most iconic building in town. From there, you’ll also see the Arch of Constantine, put up in 315 A.D. to celebrate Constantine’s final victory in the civil war. After that, this Rome panoramic tour stops at the Circus Maximus, the big stadium for the horse races in ancient times, and goes up to the Aventine Hill, to enjoy an amazing panorama of the whole city from the beautiful “Garden of Oranges”.
We then proceed to the Temple of Hercules at the Forum Boarium and further to the “Mouth of Truth”. From there, we reach the Capitoline Hill, where you will have a unique view of the Roman Forum, the very heart of Rome at the time of the Roman Republic (VI-I Centuries BC). At last, this panoramic tour goes past the Altar of Fatherland, on the way back to the office.
You can choose your preferred means of transportation: the Segway costs €69 per person, the E-Scooter €59 per person. The private tour lasts for three hours and comes to €99 per person if you choose the Segway, €89 with the E-Scooter.