A Segway is a two-wheeled vehicle which moves based on your balance and body movements. It’s safe, easy and a whole lot of fun!
As you glide past the magnificent landmarks of Rome audio commentary will reveal enchanting anecdotes and provide you with a deeper understanding of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.
3 hours 30 Minutes (Including 30 minutes of orientation session)
The meeting point of the Rome Segway tour is Via dei Delfini 35/36 Rome
Please arrive 5 minutes before the start time. This will ensure the tour starts on time.
Via dei Delfini 35/36
Your tour will depart from Via dei Delfini 35/36. Accompanied by an English-speaking guide you will be taken on a sightseeing tour of Rome on a Segway.
You will see the following sights:
• Arch of Constantine
• Roman Forum
• Traian column
• Palatino Hills
• Santa Maria’s Church and its Bocca della Verità wall sculpture.
The tour takes the following route:
• Via dei Cerchi
• Via di S. Gregorio
• Via dei Fori Imperiali
• Via S. Pietro in carcere
• Piazza del Campidoglio
• Via del teatro Marcello
• Via Petroselli
• Piazza Bocca della verita
• Piazza Anastasia
The tour ends at the point of departure.
Please call the local activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
You will need to provide identification with the confirmation voucher
The use of the Segway is NOT recommended for pregnant women. The Segway is appropriate for virtually anyone 16 and older. 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 100 pounds (45 kilos) or over 250 pounds (113 kilos).
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