Envision the majesty of one of the world's greatest civilizations on this small-group Segway tour of Rome. Hear tales of imperial life and legends while zipping around the city on a personal electric scooter, listening to your guide’s commentary through headphones. See what the Colosseum looked like during its glory days using a virtual reality augmentation, and upgrade for tickets to tour the famous arena along with Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum at your own pace.
Small-group, 3-hour Segway tour of Rome
Learn about the rise and fall of the Roman Empire
Cover much more ground than a walking tour while enjoying the flexibility to stop often
Listen to live and recorded commentary through headsets
Easily climb the city's hills for panoramic views
See what the Colosseum once looked like using a virtual reality tool
Upgrade to include tickets to the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum
Take your pick of a morning or afternoon tour, and meet your guide in central Rome. Hop aboard a Segway and, once you're comfortable steering the self-balancing electric scooter, set off with your guide and a group of no more than eight on a tour of Rome's most important monuments and hidden treasures. A Segway offers the perfect way to tour the sprawling Imperial City without aching feet at the end of the day.
Stop in front of landmarks like Circus Maximus, Venice Square, and the Marcello Theatre to learn about the history of ancient Rome and hear anecdotes about daily life, social customs, and politics. You won't miss a word of your guide’s live commentary and recorded narration thanks to provided headsets. Stop in front of the Colosseum to get a glimpse of its former glory and details of the Arch of Constantine using an innovative virtual reality tool.
Easily scale Rome's hills without breaking a sweat to enjoy panoramic views over the capital’s ancient and modern marvels. For a small upgrade fee, get tickets to tour a trio of the most famous monuments — the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum — on your own within a 48-hour timeframe.