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The rise and fall of Rome, revealed
All rides lead to Rome! Explore remarkable Rome on this relaxing guided day tour of the city’s famous sightseeing spots, with the added benefit of bike rental! This family-friendly tour takes in Villa Borghese, Pincio Terrace, Trinità dei Monti Terrace, the Colosseum (Colle Oppio Terrace), Circus Maximus, Giardino degli Aranci (Aventine Hill), the Jewish Quarter, and the Piazza Navona - it’s your all-encompassing ride around Rome!
As your brilliant bicycle tour gets underway, visit the Villa Borghese. This idyllic landscape garden is a gentle introduction to the ravishing beauty of Rome - admire how the Temple of Aesculapius throws a stunning reflection on the tranquil lake. You’ll pedal through this serene park of sculptures, museums, and villas to the picturesque Pincio Terrace for an unrivaled view over the Eternal City.
Next, check out the Chiesa di Trinità dei Monti, a titular church in Rome whose towering spires throw stunning shadows down the Spanish Steps. The Church of the Most Holy Trinity on the Mount is a resplendent feat of Renaissance architecture with a pure white exterior glimmering in the Italian sunshine. Your guided bike tour will continue on to the jewel in Rome’s architectural crown - the Colosseum! Here at the Colle Oppio Terrace, you’ll park your bicycle up at the world’s most famous amphitheater, completed in 80 AD. Imagine the atmosphere of the day, with the roar of the blood-thirsty crowd echoing around the elliptical arena!
Another key center of Roman festivities was the Circus Maximus, the next stop on the trip. This ancient Roman chariot-racing stadium drew enormous crowds to the verdant valley between the Aventine and Palatine hills for one of the biggest events in the Roman calendar. From here, your guide will lead you on to the Giardino degli Aranci, the ‘Orange Garden’. In this gorgeous green oasis atop Aventine Hill, with the scent of delicate orange blossoms carried on the breeze, gaze out over the city from one of its most spectacular viewpoints.
Your guided bike tour takes you on to the Jewish Quarter of Ghetto Ebraico di Roma, a Jewish Ghetto established in 1555. It sits as a somber reminder of the past in the vicinity of Via del Portico d’Ottavia and the Theatre of Marcellus. It is from here that the Roman specialty of fish broth originated, owing to the fish market that sprung from the Portico d’Ottavia, River Tiber, and Ripa Grande. Your unforgettable tour will reach its finale at the Piazza Navona, one of Rome’s most famous and beautiful squares. Once the site of the Stadium of Domitian, the piazza now plays host to the fabulous Fontana dei Qauttro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), topped with the Obelisk of Domitian.
Discover the highlights of Italy’s ancient capital, and make everlasting memories in the Eternal City.
Days Start Finish Daily 8:00 am ~11:00 am Daily 9:00 am ~12:00 pm Daily 4:00 pm ~7:00 pm
Rate EUR Adult €70 E-bike €85 Child €0
Minimum of 4 participants required to start this tour.
Villa Borghese, Pincio Terrace, Trinità dei Monti Terrace, Colosseum - Colle Oppio Terrace, Circus Maximus, Giardino degli Aranci - Aventine Hill, Jewish Quarter, Piazza Navona
- City bike or E-bike rental
- English, Spanish, and Italian-speaking guides
- Bottle of water
- Coffee break
- Kid's seats and helmets
Meeting place & directions
Bikeology - Via del Cancello 16, 00186 Rome, Italy
★★★★★ Henk V 6 months ago
All the sights in 3 hours
My daughter and I took the tour with Allesandro as our guide. We only had one day in Rome and the bike tour was a perfect way to get the most out of our day. The bike shop is on a very pretty street with flowery vine plants covering the street over the power lines.
Allesandro is a biking enthusiast and he knows the city very well. Rome is quite busy but the route was mostly back streets without too much traffic (car or pedestrian). However, there were a few spots where we needed to be in traffic and the tour has a bit of climbing so I'm glad we took the e-bikes. The bikes were heavy but quality.
We got some great pictures at each stop on the way. It was only the three of us so we moved fairly quickly and didn't dawdle much at the sites. Allesandro offered to take us to a couple more spots beyond what the normal tour had but unfortunately it started raining.
I would easily recommend this tour, especially if you have limited time. And Allesandro was a nice guide for the tour. His English was 6/10 but he knew a lot and was very friendly.