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Rome City Small-Group Bike Tour (with optional Electric-assist bicycle)

  • Explore Rome by an easy-to-pedal and eco-friendly electric bike
  • Traffic-free route: Cycle around the lanes and backstreets of Rome
  • Photo ops include the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and Spanish Steps
Rome City Small-Group Bike Tour (with optional Electric-assist bicycle)
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Make easy work of Rome’s Seven Hills and explore further afield on this electric bike tour. Avoid the crowds as you cycle around Rome’s atmospheric lanes, zip to the top of Capitoline Hill and Aventine Hill, and spot landmarks including the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and Spanish Steps. This small-group tour is led by a local guide that will show you the quiet backstreets and cobblestone lanes of the city.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and small group of up to 10 people in central Rome in time for a morning or afternoon tour departure (depending on option selected). After learning how to ride your electric-assisted bike and practicing on a quiet side street, set out to explore Rome's roadways.

Follow your guide around the city’s quiet backstreets and atmospheric cobblestone lanes, avoiding the busy traffic and crowds of the main boulevards, and enjoying a glimpse of everyday life in Rome. Stop along the way to admire landmarks such as the Colosseum, tPantheon, and Campo de' Fiori; experience the buzzing squares of Piazza Navona and Venezia Square; and take in the views from Capitoline Hill, one of Rome’s Seven Hills.

Depending on the tour route, you might also be able to hop off to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain or pose for photos on the famous Spanish Steps.

After around three hours cycling around the city, your tour ends back at the departure point.
Reviews (881)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Perfect way to see Rome

Definitely a highlight of our trip. We saw all the sights we could possibly want to see, plus hidden areas one would only find with a guide. Flying through little alley ways in lesser known areas really made you see a different side of Rome....More

1  Thank barreto75
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Best way to see Rome

Our 4 hour bike ride ( electric bike) was a fantastic way to see Rome. Saw lots of spots would not have gone and were amazing. Bikes easy to ride and at no time did i feel unsafe. Guide was fantastic. We have walked a...More

Thank Carol S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly Recommend

I echo all the good reviews; the company and our tour guide were top notch. We saw A LOT – more that we would have been able to see on foot or by bus. Bikes were really nice and adjusted/fit to riders before the trip....More

1  Thank dogbiscuits
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but see most of it in 4hours

This tour was the highlight of our time in Rome, our guide Lorenzo could not have been better, he had a excellent knowledge of the history of Rome, and the less busy streets to cycle on and as a local, had some lovely insights to...More

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome and infomative

I did a bike tour once before in Versailles, but these electrical assist bikes are the way to go! It was a fun adventure and our guide, Sargento, was so informative and filled us in on so much that we were able to cancel some...More

1  Thank Debbie J
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I am not sure, there was none in the forecast when we went.
20 June 2018|
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Response from Emmanuel B | Reviewed this property |
I think they have smaller bike but you ask them for confirmation
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