Viaje atrás en el tiempo hasta la Italia de los años 50 en este recorrido en coche de 3 horas por Roma. Póngase al volante de un Fiat 500 clásico y siga a su guía experto a través de las hermosas calles de la capital italiana en su elegante y colorido coche. Recorra calles que son inaccesibles para vehículos más grandes, pasando por las principales atracciones de Roma, como el Coliseo, el Circo Máximo y la Boca de la verdad. Asómese por la Cerradura del Aventino y disfrute de la belleza del Jardín de las naranjas y otros lugares menos conocidos. Este servicio tiene un límite máximo de 10 personas, lo que garantiza una experiencia para grupos pequeños.
Wow. We had a group of 9, took 4 cars and the lead car, so a 5 car caravan. 100% the best time we had in Italy. This is an absolute must book for anyone looking for something out of the ordinary. And the guys who run this, really fun guys. Great, great time. A+++.
Very fun and unique experience in Rome. Got to see some sites and neighbourhoods that are a bit off the beaten path. Jack was a wonderful and friendly guide. The Roman traffic can definitely live up to its chaotic reputation, so you shouldn't sign up for this is you are a timid driver.
By far this was the highlight of my holiday. We had Franco as our tour guide who spoke French and English. He was very accommodating. We drove on the cobble stone roads in a 57 fiat 500. If you love cars then this is a must. Make sure to ask for Franco. I will do this again when I'm in Rome.
It's a very nice tour with super friendly tour guides who also speak great English. We booked the hidden gems of Rome tour and went to places we normally would not find if we just follow the standard tourist activities.
The Fiat is actually a bit roomier on the inside than it looks as we sat pretty comfortable inside. Driving it however is pretty hard. Just take it easy!
My wife and I had a wonderful time on this tour, but there is a story.... We had been in Rome for 3 days before we took this tour, lots of walking an cabs. When we arrived for the self-drive tour, the guide told us that the other couples had cancelled and it was just us and him. He asked what we would like to do, drive or have him drive us. I quickly said that he could drive and I would sit I the back seat. What a relief. If you have ever seen the traffic in Rome you would understand my answer. To drive a 1957 Fiat 500 with a 1957 gearbox on hills and cobblestone in traffic so fast and tight and scooter-filled that it would make a Chicago cab driver cry, all while keeping up with another car is a very tall order. Our guide, however, was a great guy and made the tour a great success. He gave meaningful insight into the various stops along the route, and even added an unscheduled stop at Trevi Fountain. With a group of adventurous drivers, I can see where this tour would be a blast.