- Full-day electric bike tour of Rome, led by a local guide
- Ride a bike with an electric motor and save your energy for sightseeing
- See the Colosseum and other Ancient Rome sights from Piazza del Campidoglio to Esquiline Hill
- Enjoy a pizza or pasta lunch with wine or a soft drink
- Explore the atmospheric neighborhood of Trastevere
- Head into the centro storico to see Rome Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Riding by electric bike is my favorite way to see Rome! The city is hilly, so cycling on a standard bike can be a bit challenging. On this tour you’ll get to see all the main attractions in Rome, too!
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What You Can Expect
Exact routes vary by day, but all of the following sights mentioned will typically be included. Let your bike do the work as you ride up Fagutal Hill (part of Esquiline Hill) for a view of the Colosseum, and then head to the Trevi Fountain, where legend says that if you throw a coin in the water, you are sure to return to Rome someday. Pass by the Spanish Steps on your way to Piazza del Popolo, from where you’ll cycle into the Villa Borghese gardens for a leisurely ride along shady paths.
Stop by the Pantheon, and cross the Tiber River to reach Trastevere, a charming neighborhood whose cobbled streets are lined with bars and restaurants. On your way back across the river, pause to admire Tiber Island before pedaling to Piazza Venezia, home to the extravagant Vittorio Emanuele II monument.
Next up is a break for lunch, which includes either pasta or pizza with a side of vegetables or dessert, plus a glass of wine or soft drink. Then start the second half of your tour at Piazza Navona, known for its Bernini-designed fountains. Ride through Campo de’ Fiori on your way to Piazza del Campidoglio, a 16th-century square designed by Michelangelo. Then pass by the Roman Forum to admire the ruins of Ancient Rome. Lesser-known sights like the Jewish Ghetto area, Pincio gardens and Theater of Marcellus round out this Rome experience.
Your tour ends when you return to the starting point. A stop for gelato is also made along the way.
This was the best thing you can do in Rome! You get to see so many sites and the staff is very knowledgeable about everything. If I could do anything else in Rome, I would do this tour! It lasts about 7 hours but you get to see almost all of Rome, and you get lunch. The bikes are fast and even the most intense hills are a breeze.
We absolutely loved our tour of Rome on bikes!! We got to see so much more than we thought!! Our guide was incredible!! The food was delicious as well!! A great day!!
This was my family's favorite tour, out of all 10 guided tours, we took while we were in Italy this month. If If I could give it a higher rating, I would. Frederico was very knowledgeable, friendly, and patient. We loved the sites that we were taken to and the food choices they selected were outstanding. We have recommended this tour to everyone we have spoken to, while we were still in Italy and at all of the locations after, airports, etc. We were a little nervous after being in the city and seeing how people drive with our youngest being 12 and not a confident bike rider, but the streets we went on and a great guide we were able to get through it. Again, we took many guided tours while we were in Italy and this one allowed us to see most of the city and enjoy the sites and food. Topbike the company was outstanding!! A
Excellent overview of Rome, beautiful vista and #39;s, delicious food and a great guide. Took my 2 teens aged kids and we all had fun. Electric bikes the way to go and a bit of adventure since we don and #39;t bike a lot
Daniele was great! Most professional, personable and knowledgeable, was a delight to be with. Answered all questions and agreed per my request to take us past Mussolini's balcony. Great guy, great tour.
An excellent tour that exceeded expectations. Highly recommended.
Loved it! Excellent guide. Electric assist bike was the way to go. This was a wonderful way to see Rome. Just a challenge to dodge all the other people enjoying Rome!
Perfect Tour and very interesting place, beautiful views and good meal
Delwyn N Australia
What a great intro to Rome...cycling is a ground level way to get around. You see a lot more and feel the layout of the city. Fantastic bikes, brand new and easy to manage. I would recommend this tour to 15 years and over as there's a fair bit of traffic and a lot of pedestrians.