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Absolutely fantastic! It was such a fun way to see Rome and we went to some great places that I would never have seen otherwise. Stefano was really informative, easy to chat to, and took a lot of trouble. I would really recommend this tour.
Brilliant to see parts of Rome that you don't normally get to see. Great fun riding the streets of Rome on a vintage Vespa. Our guides - Giorgio, Gigi and Gianni were delightful and very informative. Highly recommend this tour. We were lucky enough to spend nearly 4 hours enjoying the experience...
This is the best way to familiarise yourself with Rome before setting out on foot. Our guides ( Giorgio and Luigi) were great. They asked what we wanted to see and started the tour designed to our requests. Answered all our questions and didn't bore us with trivial info. Saw amazing things that you don't see by bus or on foot. Its just fun riding round Rome on a 1964 Vespa on a hot and clear day, magic. Highly recommended.
Paolo and Stefano were fantastic hosts and the Vespa tour was amazing and so much fun. It was great to see places off the beaten track that were still great to look at and not crowded with tourists. Our introduction to Suppli will never be forgotten!! We highly recommend the Off the Beaten Track Vespa tour as it was one of the highlights in our month long trip.
There can't be anything better than riding on the back of a vintage Vespa and seeing Rome. I have been to Rome several times though out my life and I have to say that the opportunity to see the city from this Vespa tour was very special and a whole lot of fun. I would so do this again.
There are some things you do in life that will stay with you forever, this is one of them. Max and Frederico, our vespa drivers, were delightful. They took us to places we would never have found ourselves. Frederico, patiently explained the historical significance of each site. Absolutely fabulous!