Your Segway adventure starts as you meet your tour leader in central Rome, where you’ll receive an iPod with audio-visual summaries that provide information about each stop. After an orientation and practice session to get familiar with your electric 2-wheeled Segway, take off through Rome’s historical center.
Following your tour leader, pass by the Roman Forum, home to the ruins of Ancient Rome, and pause for a photo op of Piazza del Campidoglio, a square designed by Michelangelo in 1538. Cruise around the Campo de’ Fiori on your way to Piazza Navona, where you’ll stop to check out its fountain, designed by Italian sculptor Bernini in 1651, and admire the many street artists.
Next, glide over to the Pantheon, the stately temple that dates back to 126 AD, and if your tour leader tells you there’s time, you may go inside to look up at its dome. Continue to the Church of St Ignatius of Loyola (Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola), where, again, you may enter if time permits to see its ceiling fresco, and then make your way to the baroque Trevi Fountain to throw a coin in the water, ensuring your return to Rome, according to legend.
Finally, zoom over to the Spanish Steps at Piazza di Spagna before returning to your starting point, where your tour ends.
Please note: the order sights suggested in the description may be subject to change on the day of your tour.