Rome Segway tours

Our most recommended Rome Segway tours

Rome: Evening Golf Cart Tour with Drinks

1. Rome: Evening Golf Cart Tour with Drinks

Experience a golf cart tour with an experienced guide. Enjoy the beautiful evening lights of Rome. From the comfort of your very own golf cart. See and learn about the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Palatine and Aventine Hills, the Mouth of Truth, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and much more. Discover breathtaking views of the city from panoramic viewpoints, ride down the tiny winding roads of medieval neighborhoods, and stop by three different bars to enjoy prosecco, artisanal beer, and local aperitivo snacks. Learn the art of the Italian aperitivo first hand and enjoy tasting local products. This exciting evening experience is a great way to truly enjoy la dolce vita (the good life) as it was meant to.

Rome by Night: 3-Hour Segway Tour

2. Rome by Night: 3-Hour Segway Tour

Take a 3-hour evening tour of the beautiful Baroque buildings and Roman ruins of Rome on a fun Segway ride around the city’s ancient streets. Enjoy Rome’s wonderful sights and magnificent piazzas, while experiencing the chaotic and charming atmosphere of the Italian “La Dolce Vita.” Be illuminated, not just by the city lights, but by the knowledge this hub of the world’s great art, architecture and culture has in store for you. Stop at awe-inspiring monuments such as the Colosseum or the Circus Maximus. Get an inside view on the notorious rivalry between the two architectural masterminds Borromini and Bernini, or just be amused by one of the many anecdotes that make this marvelous city so unbelievably enchanting.

Rome City Center and Villa Borghese Tour by Segway

3. Rome City Center and Villa Borghese Tour by Segway

Explore Rome on a guided Segway tour to sights like Piazza di Pietra. Glide through Villa Borghese and climb up Pincian Hill without breaking a sweat. Cruise through the Campo Marzio district with ease.  Learn how to operate a Segway upon meeting your guide on Piazza del Popolo, and then head towards the grounds of the magnificent Villa Borghese once everyone is confident on this easy-to-ride, self-balancing vehicle. Discover the ancient monuments of the third largest park in Rome, including the legendary Borghese Gallery, home to a treasure trove of art by the most famous painters from Italy.  Continue to the lake before riding over to Piazza di Siena. Make your way up the Pincio (Pincian Hill) to get breathtaking view over the city. Head back down into the bustling city center and visit some of the main squares and alleyways of the Campo Marzio district.  Admire the impressive Pantheon and get a closer look at the colonnades of the Temple of Hadrian in Piazza di Pietra. See Bernini's glorious Fontana della Barcaccia (Fountain of the Boat) in Piazza di Spagna at the foot of the Spanish Steps.

Rome Night Segway Tour

4. Rome Night Segway Tour

Experience Rome at night on a 2.5-hour Segway tour of some of its most historic sights, and soak up the infectious energy of “La Dolce Vita” after dark. Meet your Segway leader on  Via dei Delfini for a short orientation session and briefing. Once you are comfortable on the easy-to-use Segways, glide from Trajan’s Forum - the last of the imperial fora - to the Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill), one of the legendary 7 hills of Rome. The Segway leaders will take care of you throughout your tour, and share fascinating stories about the history and culture of Rome. Go to Piazza Navona to experience the energy of Rome at its most accute. Then, visit the Temple of Hadrian and Pantheon, temple to all gods. Cruise along an historic alley to the Spanish Steps. Your last stop will be the Trevi Fountain, where you can throw in a coin to ensure that you will one day return to Rome.

Discover Rome Tour by Segway

5. Discover Rome Tour by Segway

Your tour will depart from the Piazza del Popolo at the foot of the panoramic Pincio (Pincian Hill) terrace, where you will have a brief introductory training session on use of the Segways to ensure you are confident riding, before taking you on a tour of discovery of Rome’s most magnificent piazzas. You will see Piazza della Rotonda with the Pantheon and its many cafes located around the 13 obelisks of the city, Piazza Navona with Bernini’s colossal Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) and Campo dei Fiori with its famous daily market. Then, you will go across the Sant’Angelo bridge to the imposing Castel Sant’Angelo and Via della Conciliazione where you can admire the magnificent Cupola di San Pietro (dome of St. Peter’s), finishing in Piazza San Pietro with its superb colonnade. On the way back to Piazza del Popolo you will pass by the Ara Pacis Museum with the Mausoleum of Augustus.

Segway tour by night

6. Segway tour by night

If you’d like to see the major highlights of ancient Rome at night and are looking for an alternative to a bus or walking tour, join this Moonlight Promenade Tour by Segway and see all the important monuments ! After a short training session to ensure that you’re comfortable operating the Segway, your tour leader will take you on a specially arranged route. You’ll visit many important sites in the city hidden gems, roll through little alleys and feel the night life vibrations. Please note that the tour stops at the main churches, galleries and monuments, but doesn't tour the interiors due to time constraints.

Trastevere: Segway Tour (private)

7. Trastevere: Segway Tour (private)

There’s a lot to see in Trastevere and there are several different Segway Express tours for you to choose from. These 2-hour guided rides are operated daily and led by a multi-lingual tour leader who’ll show you around. This popular Roman neighborhood is located on the Tiber’s west bank, south of the Vatican. The area’s cobbled streets, medieval houses, and unique character continue to draw artists, celebrities, and expatriates to live and play here. After a short but intense training session with an authorized instructor, you’ll be taken along Trastevere’s narrow streets to see the main attractions, including some of the most beautiful squares and fountains in Rome. The tour is short, fun, and designed to leave you with pleasant memories of your time in Rome. You can choose from the following itineraries for your Trastevere Express tour: • From Santa Maria in Trastevere to Santa Cecilia and return • Up Gianicolo Hill to the Bramante masterpiece and a panoramic view of Rome • Piazza Trilussa, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona and return • The Jewish Ghetto and Teatro Marcello

Rome: Highlights Baroque Private Guided Segway Tour

8. Rome: Highlights Baroque Private Guided Segway Tour

Follow our guides on our totally green electric vehicles and discover with them the most beautiful squares and the most important monuments of the Eternal City while enjoying the city and avoiding fatigue. Itinerary: Piazza dei Santi ApostoliThe square takes its name from the Church of the Saints Apostles that stands here, flanked by the Della Rovere Palace, also known as the Palace of the Saints Apostles. Piazza VeneziaIt is a famous square located at the foot of the Capitol, where five of the capital's most important streets intersect. The square is dominated by the Altare Della Patria, one of Italy's patriotic symbols; three monumental palaces surround it on the other sides: the oldest is the 15th-century Palazzo Venezia, which gives its name to the square and is home to the national museum; the other palaces are the 17th-century Palazzo Bonaparte and the Palazzo Delle Assicurazioni Generali, built in the early 20th century. Largo di Torre ArgentinaLargo di Torre Argentina is a square. In its center is an archaeological area with the ruins of four Roman temples dating from the Republican era. Here were found the ruins of the Curia of Pompey, where the senators of Rome met, and famous for the assassination of Julius Caesar Campo De' FioriCampo de' Fiori is a famous square. Until the 15th century, the square didn’t exist; in its place was a flowery meadow, hence the name. According to one tradition, the square took its name from Flora, a woman loved by Pompey, who had built his theatre nearby. Executions took place in Campo de Fiori. In 1600 the philosopher and Dominican friar Giordano Bruno, accused of heresy, was burnt alive there. In 1889 a bronze statue was erected in the center of the square in memory of the philosopher Piazza NavonaPiazza Navona is a symbol of Roman Baroque, with architectural and sculptural elements by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini. In ancient Rome, it was the Stadium of Domitian, which was built by Emperor Domitian in 85. The name of the square was originally 'in Agone' (from the Latin in agony, 'games') because the stadium was used exclusively for athletic competitions. In the square stands the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone, which commemorates the martyrdom of the Saint that occurred in that part of the square. PantheonThe Pantheon was built as a temple dedicated to all the divinities of the past, present, and future. It was founded in 27 BC by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. It was rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian after fires had damaged it. In the early 7th century, the Pantheon was converted into a Christian basilica called Santa Maria Della Rotonda or Santa Maria ad Martyres. It was the first case of a pagan temple being transposed to Christian devotion. Almost two millennia after its construction, the dome is still one of the largest domes in the world, and specifically the largest built in Roman concrete. Piazza di PietraLocated in the historical center, the square is dominated by the colonnade of the Temple of Hadrian, erected by Emperor Antoninus Pius in honor of his adoptive father Hadrian: this colonnade was incorporated in the late 17th century into the new building of the Customs House of Land Goods by architect Carlo Fontana. The name of the square is of popular attribution, most probably due to the imposing stones of the colonnade Piazza ColonnaIt owes its name to the Column of Marcus Aurelius which has stood here since antiquity. It is surrounded by some of the most important historical palaces in Rome, including Palazzo Chigi, the seat of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. Trevi FountainThe fountain is the largest of Rome's famous fountains. It was built between 1732 and 1762 and became world famous after Fellini's film La Dolce Vita.

Ancient Rome by Segway

9. Ancient Rome by Segway

If you’d like to see the major highlights of ancient Rome and are looking for an alternative to a bus or walking tour, join this guided Segway tour and discover the iconic monuments and squares without the hassle! After a short training session to ensure that you’re comfortable operating the Segway, your tour leader will take you on a specially arranged and customized routing. This tour makes stops where you can photograph many of Rome’s highlights, and see some of its hidden gems. Please note that the tour stops at the main churches, galleries and monuments, but you will not tour the interiors due to time constraints.

Rome: 3-Hour Roman Holiday by Segway

10. Rome: 3-Hour Roman Holiday by Segway

The Roman Holiday Tour departs from Piazza del Popolo, one of the most famous piazzas in Rome, in the waiting room of the Urbe at the top of the famous Spanish Steps (Via del Babuino, Via del Corso and Via di Ripetta). After a short practice with the Segways to ensure everyone is confident riding them, the tour guide will take you down the ancient Roman road like in the famous film Roman Holiday. In Piazza della Rotonda, see the Pantheon, one of the oldest and best preserved monuments in Rome. Then go across the sacred area of Largo Torre Argentina and on to the Roman ghetto, where you’ll see Teatro Marcello, the Bocca della Verità and the Circus Maximus. Finally, you'll arrive at the monumental amphitheatre of the Colosseum and the magnificent area around the Imperial Forums. On the way back, you'll see the glorious “Vittoriano” (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) and the famous Trevi Fountain as you come into Piazza di Spagna at the foot of the Spanish Steps. The famous Via Margutta, well-known for its art shops and 16th-century houses, rounds off the tour in Piazza del Popolo.

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based on 3,478 reviews

Absolutely loved this tour! Lorenzo was excellent, super knowledgeable and fun to hang out with. We got to see some of the major sites by night that we were too tired to do ourselves having walked all day! Be sure to share if there's a specific place you'd like to go, Lorenzo is really accommodating but the tour doesn't cover the entire city because there really is so much to see. Highly recommend this tour!

Had an excellent experience with Matt as our guide. He was a great balance between being knowledgeable and fun and took the time to answer all our questions as well as providing recommendations for city. Would definitely recommend for those who want to see a different side of Rome at night.

The golf buggy tour around Rome city centre was brilliant fun, lots of things to see, drinks on the way and just great fun. Alice was brilliant and very knowledgeable.

Yes! Andy is the best! Great excellent tour! Great time, great drinks! And great reference for good foid, good local restaurants!!!!

Hit all the highlights with drinks in our hand it was awesome