Let's face it. Rome is big. Cycling is a great way to get around the city quickly and in a single outing. With our local guide, you will navigate the small and winding streets to discover the most unexpected and unusual sights of Rome.

  • See the huge palace of the Italian President
  • Visit the local-loved Trastevere district
  • Take a picture of the Tiber Island which look like a boat in the Tiber river


Guided tour




Not included Bus tickets
Duration 4 hour
Participants From 2 to 8 participants
Opening hours 20/08/2020 - 31/12/2020 Thu 11:30 - 15:30

Further information

This journey takes you off the beaten path, and over the course of four hours, to all that the city has to offer.

The itinerary includes:

Quirinale Square, Serpenti Square (Monti), Colosseum, Circo Maximum, Tiber Island, Santa Maria in Trastevere Church (Trastevere), Sisto Bridge, Farnese Palace, Campo dei Fiori Square, Sant'Angelo Castel, Coronari Street, Navona Square, Spanish Steps, Margutta Street, Popolo Square, Borghese Park (Pincio), Borghese Palace.


Contropedale Via Palestro, 50, Roma, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
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