From 01/04/2020 to 31/10/2020
Length of the tour: 2 and half hours approximately
145 € Adults
85 € Children (6-12 y.o.) in case of 2 adults paying
Meeting place: pick up from hotels located within the Aurelian Walls
WHAT YOU GET:
• Gianicolo Hill
• Aventine hill- The keyhole
• Roman Forum
• St. Peter
• The Quirinal
• Trevi Fountain
• Venezia Square
– tour from minimum 2 people
– Small groups of maximum 10 people or less
– tour by ape calessino
– English speaking driver
– hotel pick up (hotel centrally located)
– stops to take pictures
– Drink break at the top of the Gianicolo Hill
Don’t lose the opportunity to explore Rome by night on board of our ape car “tuk tuk” which
will take you in the Eternal City’s most famous attractions lit up in all their majestic glory.
Once left your hotel, you will reach the Janiculum Hill, considered as the eight hill of Rome,
where you will breathe a festive atmosphere that is removed from the hustle and bustle of the
city. With the Garibaldi’s statue on your back and having a breathtaking view of Rome just in
front, you will enjoy a typical Italian drink.
Passed by Fontanone, you will reach Trastevere, one of the most pleasant neighbourhoods in
the city, located on the west bank of the Tiber. Trastevere is one of the best areas for dining
in Rome, making it very pleasant for a walk through its alleys, especially during the night.
Visitors seeking for the most traditional bars and those who prefer more modern and
innovative venues, will all find the perfect spot in Trastevere. Left this area, you head to the
Aventine Hill, where is located the famous Keyhole of Rome.
When you peek through the mysterious keyhole, you actually have three countries in your
line of sight: Malta, Italy and Vatican City.
The Aventine Keyhole remains shrouded in mystery. You then drive pass the Roman Forum
dominated by the Colosseum, the most visited monument in the world.
A quick stop in St. Peter square will offer you the opportunity to take a picture of the Basilica.
Our driver will then show you the Quirinal Palace, historic building and the current
residence of the President of the Italian Republic, Trevi Fountain considered the most
beautiful and the largest mountain in the city and Venezia square, located at the intersection
of several important Roman boulevards.