Private Segway Tour of Trastevere and Ghetto

 Trastevere rome segway tour


  2,5 hours Private Segway Tour 

 Small Groups, Max 8 people

 Unique experience for Families and Individuals

 Learn about Rome's fascinating history with knowledgeable Tour Leaders

 See the Capitol Hill, Jewish Ghetto and the Synagogue

 Discover he Tiber Island, the only Island of the river. 


 The Segway is appropriate for virtually anyone, but if your child is younger than 16 years of age, he/she will have to be a minimum of 140 cm (4,6 ft) of height and over 40 kilos (90 pounds) of weight. Please note that our staff will have the right to decline accepting your child without any obligation to refund you for her/his tickets. Children under 18 years of age cannot take part of our tours alone. They must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

 Riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance.

 The Segway is not appropriate for those weighing under 90 pounds (40 kilos) or over 265 pounds (120 kilos).

Discover the Jewish Ghetto, Campo Fiori, Tiber Island on Segway

Private Segway Tour of Trastevere and Ghetto

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Starting from the Capitol Hill, we will enter the Jewish Ghetto, once there we will have the opportunity to see the famous Turtle Fountain, the ancient roman ruins still visibile in the area, and the Great Synagogue. From there we will get to The Tiber Island, the only Island of the river.

Crossing the river we will reach the Trastevere area passing by the Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere (Our Lady in Trastevere). Coming back on the other side of the Tiber we will pass by one of the four wonders of the city of Rome, palazzo Farnese and by piazza Campo dei fiori, famous for its market.

Going back to piazza Venezia we will stop at the sacred area of Largo Argentina, the place where Julius Caesar was killed, in order to admire the ruins of the ancient Roman temples still visible. 


Capitol Hill and a breathtaking panoramic view over the Roman Forum

Marcello Theatre

Jewish Ghetto

The Turtle Fountain

The Synagogue

Tiber Island

Trastevere area

Church of Santa Maria In Trastevere

Palazzo Farnese

Piazza Campo dei Fiori

Area of Largo Argentina

Piazza Venezia

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