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Discover some of Rome’s most panoramic views on an electric bike tour. With a knowledgeable guide, you’ll pedal up several Rome hills, including Aventine, Capitoline and Palatine, on an electric bike whose motor does most of the work! Ride through Trastevere, see the Baths of Trajan and the Pantheon, pass by Piazza Navona and check out attractions like the Mouth of Truth. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people to provide more personalized attention. Select a departure time when booking.


  • 5-hour electric bike tour of Rome’s hills with a local guide
  • Learn about Roman history on a leisurely ride through the Italian capital
  • See Rome Pantheon, the Baths of Trajan and Castel Sant'Angelo
  • Pass through Piazza Navona, Trastevere and the Jewish quarter
  • Climb Palatine, Aventine, Capitoline and Janiculum hills
  • Enjoy panoramic views of the Roman Forum, Circus Maximus and more
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures personal attention from your guide

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This tour takes in some of the more eclectic Rome sights such as the keyhole at the Piazza of the Knights of Malta. Peer through a small keyhole in one of the square’s doors to see a perfectly framed view of St Peter’s Basilica in the distance.

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What You Can Expect

Panoramic Electric-Assist Bike Tour of Rome

Enjoy fine views over top Rome attractions on your electric bike tour

Your bike tour starts by meeting your guide at a central location in Rome. You'll be paired with an electric bike, which looks like a typical bicycle but takes the work out of pedaling up Rome’s famous hills with its motor. (If you prefer the exercise, however, regular bikes are also available.)

Pedal away from Rome’s busy traffic, following your guide past sights like the Pantheon, the Baths of Trajan, the Piazza of the Knights of Malta and the Garden of Oranges at Aventine Hill. Ride through the quaint neighborhood of Trastevere to see the Basilica of Santa Maria, and check out popular plazas like Piazza Navona, home to street artists and fountains, and Piazza della Bocca della Verità, where you’ll find the amusing Mouth of Truth.

Take a break to refuel with a gelato or espresso, if you wish, and then continue cycling through the Jewish Ghetto district and down the Via dei Coronari. Spot old temples, the ruins of the Theatre of Pompey and Parc Adriano, where you’ll catch sight of Castel Sant’Angelo.

Next, pedal up historic Palatine Hill, and hear from your guide about Circus Maximus, where chariots were raced in Ancient Rome. Enjoy a photo op of the Roman Forum from Capitoline Hill, and then move on to Janiculum Hill for wide views of the city and hilly landscape in the distance. Your bike tour ends when you return to the original departure location. 

Note: Total biking distance is 12 miles (18 km). You may see these sights in a different order than the suggested description.

Customer Reviews

jennifer j

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

The best way to see Rome. The half-day tour was probably enough but an easy stroll around areas of the city you would not otherwise see was definitely worthwhile.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

We absolutely loved the panoramic tour with Bruno. It was the highlight of our trip in Rome and holiday in Italy. Such a great way to see the City and learn about its history. I am recommending this way of seeing the City to all our friends.

fr k

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

The tour was the highlight of our trip to Rome, We went with Top Bike Rental and they were so friendly and professional . We popped in 2 days before the tour to check the details and the lady behind the desk was a gem. She gave us hints and tips to enhance our stay and by then we knew we had picked the right tour. Our tour guide was Valeria who was friendly and had so much knowledge throughout the tour she made our week. We felt safe at all times on route and believe this is a great way to see Rome.

Alexandru M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

The tour was very nice. Bicycles were very good, very easy to ride. Emanuel was supportive is not very easy to ride in Rome, he give us plenty of information about the city. We saw a lot of interesting sites not so easy to find by your own.

Alison C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Wonderful way to see Rome we have already recommended it to friends. High quality bikes and our guide, Valeria, was top quality: charming, incredibly knowledgeable and she spoke excellent English. Perfect weather helped.

Caroline D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

It was a fantastic tour. We saw Rome from a differente perspective. Our guide Riccardo was amazing. The best thing we did in Rome.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015


Amelia W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

A friend and I were staying in Rome for just two days, so we chose this tour to get our bearings and see as much as we could. Our guide, Frederico, went out of his way to give us a totally unique, honest and informative experience of the city. It really made our trip. Thanks so much!

Leann Z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2014

Absolutely fabulous experience. A small group (just two riders plus the guide), we got a great look at the city. The spots we stopped (for coffee and later pizza) were top notch, and ones that I returned to on my own. This tour made my trip!
I ride a road bike at home, so this was not a stretch. If you haven't ridden in 15 years, this is a pretty technical undertaking. It's not the up- and down-hill that challenge -- although there are hills -- it's the crowds. (I chose a touring bike with an electronic battery "assist", so going uphill was easy.)
Unlike a walking tour, where you are listening to a guide (usually through a headset) while you walk, on this biking tour you ride for awhile, then stop and listen to explanation.
This tour made my trip!

Caroline T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2014

Great way to experience Rome. Aside from wonderful panoramic views of Rome, we took small alley ways into the various sections. We saw sights in Trastevere, toured the Pantheon, and went to the Vatican City. Caution: Some were on electric bikes that lurched forward when the rider tried to slow.

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