Rome

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Known as the Eternal City, Rome is the city with the highest number of historic properties around the world. Having a walk along its streets is like walk along its history and remember that it was the capital of the ancient Roman Empire for years.
  • It is the third most visited European city
  • It has two international airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino)
  • In Rome you can visit the smallest state in the world, the Vatican City, a city-state which is the headquarters of the Catholic Church.
  • Here lived illustrious artists such as the painter Botticelli, Raphael or Michelangelo.
  • The Roman Forum, together with the Coliseum, is the largest sample of grandeur of the Roman Empire which can be seen today.
Urban Golf

From classic and elegant l ‘English’ lawn to the streets of the city. Forget the exclusive clubs, replaced the classic holes with parking and manholes and you will have an idea of Urban golf.
All in absolute safety, the balls are in fact stuffed with goose feathers or manufactured in rubber, to avoid hurting some unsuspecting passerby or break the windows of the buildings!

City Tour in a classic Vespa

Hop on the back of a classic Vespa scooter and sightsee your way around central Rome with your personal driver! Taking the hassle out of navigating Rome's complex streets, your expert guide will drive and manage the logistics, letting you sit back, relax and enjoy the sights. Stop at must-see sites like the Colosseum and discover Rome's historical center, home to lively Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain. With the choice of a morning or afternoon tour, your city Vespa tour is the perfect Italian experience to fit around your plans in Rome!