Take in ancient Rome in 21st-century style, by travelling on a Segway. It’s a great way to tick off the landmarks – it’s faster than walking, and more flexible than a coach tour. The day begins as you are transfered by coach to the Eternal City. When you get there, you’ll be met and guided to the Segway centre, where you’ll be briefed on operating your two-wheeler and get a practice session. You’ll also get an iPod to provide a detailed commentary on your two-hour tour. Then, it’s time to set off. You’ll see the Castel Sant’Angelo, the splendid Fountain of Four Rivers in Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon – the exquisite Roman temple housing the tomb of Renaissance painter, Raphael. You’ll also cruise past the antique shops of the elegant Via dei Coronari and visit the Trevi Fountain to toss a coin into its waters. After returning your Segway near the Vatican, you’ll have around four hours to explore independently. Perhaps visit the Colosseum, check out St. Peter’s Square, or hit the shops, before jumping back on the bus to Civitavecchia.
The minimum age for this tour is 16 years old. The minimum weight is 45kg/99lbs and the maximum weight is 113kg/250lbs. Lunch isn't included, but you'll have plenty of time to grab a bite to eat.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.