Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Rome Segway Tour: Villa Borghese. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The tour guide was friendly and informative. Segways are great fun, especially in a park. Some bits of the park are quite faded, but my teenage son find this tour a highlight !
Such great fun. Umberto, our guide, looked after us very well. The park is quite beautiful and the Segway certainly makes it easy to explore the whole area. Afterwards we visited the zoo in the park. A highly recommended tour.
What fun, a great way to spend a morning scooting round the beautiful gardens and sights. The Segway was easy to use and mastered in minutes. The weather was hot and so there were plenty of drinks breaks and shade. Our guide Umberto was great fun, knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic.
Highly recommended !
What a wonderful way to see the beautiful grounds of Villa Borghese! I'd never ridden a segway before but picked it up fairly quickly. My guide, Umberto was great, fun and full of KNOWLEDGE. I recommend this tour to anyone. Grazie mille, Umberto :)
First time on a Segway and it was a blast. Our guide Uberto, made us feel very comfortable on the machines in no time at all. The Villa Borghese park is beautiful! Very enjoyable afternoon. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
We had a great time! Loved the segways, patient guide and beautiful park.
I did not find our tour guide particularly knowledgable about the Villa Borghese as he couldn't answer many of our questions. He also spent a great deal of time texting and taking personal phone calls during our tour. The Villa Borghese is beautiful and the tour could have been enhanced by a more engaged tour guide.
Our guide Uberto seemed like a nice guy but he was constantly checking his phone and texting during the whole time. He made the tour boring and looked like he did not want to work on that day. I would rather spend my time and money on Rome City Tour not on Villa Borghese.