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Rome Sightseeing by Vespa and Food Tasting Walking Tour

Lazio, Italy
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5 hours  (Approx.)
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Offered in: English


Zip through the Eternal City on a quintessentially Italian scooter with this 5-hour combination Vespa tour of Rome and a food tasting walking tour. Choose to explore on your own, driving a vintage Vespa, or with a local guide. After taking in the sights of Rome from the scooter – including the Colosseum – join a local food connoisseur to sample a variety of food and wines on a tasting tour.
  • 5-hour combination Vespa tour and food walking tour in Rome
  • Ride through Rome on a vintage Vespa scooter for a 1.5-hour tour
  • Get an amazing view over the Colosseum
  • Look through the famous keyhole on the Aventine Hill
  • Explore Rome's culinary history during a 3.5-hour food walking tour
Start at the Vespa Museum, not far from the Roman Forum and Colosseum.

With a guide, enjoy a fascinating 1.5-hour Vespa tour of Rome. Ride along the Tiber River and see the Aurelian Walls. Pass through historic city gates. Take in a spectacular view overlooking the Colosseum.

Hop off the vintage Vespa to walk up the Aventine Hill to visit its Orange Garden and to peek through the famous keyhole.

Get local insights from your guide, including where to get the best gelato and espresso in Rome. Leave the driving to the expert, traveling at no more than 18 mph (30 kph), while you take in the sights and sounds of this busy city.

Travel to the Piazza Farnese, where you'll meet a local food connoisseur for the second part of the tour – a 3.5-hour food walking tour. Sample some of the foods for which Rome is famous, including suppli (a popular snack), gelato, and pizza bianca. Learn about the culinary history and habits of Rome, from the unique dishes of the Jewish Ghetto to the long-standing food market in the Campo de' Fiori. Find out about seasonal specialties to look for on menus, how to order in a Roman restaurant, and whether there are any special food events going on when you're there.

Product code: 21149P4

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