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VESPA E VINTAGE TOUR

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Rome was not built for taxis and buses but for chariots, carriages and...Vespas!

Discover the secrets of Rome on board Vespa!

Take your place in the passenger seat of the world's most famous scooter for a 4 hour tour of Rome.
Travelling no faster than 30 km/h, on the back of a Vespa being ridden by one of our expert riders, you will make your way through narrow alleyways and into immense squares…and, of course, this being Italy, there will be stop-offs for coffee.

Only on a Vespa will Rome appear in all of its ancient majesty.
Choose your itinerary with us and book your Vespa tour at least 24 hours in advance.

We organise tours for individuals, couples and groups, as well as incentives and treasure hunts.

Rome was not built for taxis and buses but for chariots, carriages and...Vespas!

Discover the secrets of Rome on board Vespa!

Take your place in the passenger seat of the world's most famous scooter for a 4 hour tour of Rome.
Travelling no faster than 30 km/h, on the back of a Vespa being ridden by one of our expert riders, you will make your way through narrow alleyways and into immense squares…and, of course, this being Italy, there will be stop-offs for coffee.

Only on a Vespa will Rome appear in all of its ancient majesty.
Choose your itinerary with us and book your Vespa tour at least 24 hours in advance.

We organise tours for individuals, couples and groups, as well as incentives and treasure hunt

Grand Tour of Rome

From the Colosseum to the Vatican, via Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Castel Sant'Angelo. Savour the breathtaking panoramas from the Aventine and Janiculum hills.

  • Via Nazionale
  • Salita del Grillo
  • Roman Forum
  • Colosseum / Arch of Constantine (stop)
  • Appian Way / Tomb of Cecilia Metella (stop)
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Aventine Hill / Giardino degli Aranci (stop)
  • Bocca della Verità
  • Ghetto/Portico d’Ottavia
  • Via Giulia
  • Piazza Farnese
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele
  • Pantheon (stop)
  • Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori ( coffee stop )
  • Castel St.Angelo
  • Vatican ( Piazza San Pietro )
  • Janiculum hill (stop) at midday for the firing of the canon
  • Trastevere
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Via Quattro Fontane
  • Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore


Rome by night

After sunset, Rome becomes an enchanted city – all of the monuments are illuminated and even the statues seem to relax. Jump on a Vespa for the most romantic and magical tour of Rome.

  • Via Nazionale
  • Salita del Grillo
  • Roman Forum
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Aventine Hill / Keyhole of the Knights of Malta (stop)
  • Bocca della Verità
  • Ghetto/Portico d’Ottavia
  • Via Giulia
  • Piazza Farnese
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele
  • Pantheon (stop)
  • Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori ( coffee stop )
  • Castel St.Angelo
  • Vatican ( Piazza San Pietro )
  • Janiculum Hill
  • Trastevere
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Trevi Fountain (stop)
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Via Quattro Fontane
  • Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore

This tour lasts 3 hours (7pm - 10pm)

Secret Rome

Almost 3000 years of history are concealed among the alleys and under the arches of Rome. You will experience breathtaking views and discover little squares and fountains, giving you an insight into the city as only the native Romans know it.

  • Piazza Repubblica
  • Via Nazionale
  • Salita del Grillo
  • Via del Colosseo
  • Colosseum ( stop )
  • Piazza San Giovanni
  • Basilica Santi Quattro Coronati
  • Celio
  • Piazza della Navicella
  • Arch of Dolabella (50 metres on foot)
  • Santi Giovanni e Paolo
  • Clivio di Scauro
  • Piramide/cimitero acattolico (stop)
  • Monte Testaccio
  • Aventine Hill
  • Giardino degli Aranci (Stop)
  • Ghetto
  • Vaticano
  • Vicolo Sant'Onofrio
  • Gianicolo (Stop)
  • Trastevere
  • Piazza Trilussa
  • Isola Tiberina
  • Largo Argentina
  • Piazza Venezia

Along the Appian Way

Rome's fortune is also due to the ancient world's most famous roadway, the Appian Way (Regina Viarum).
This itinerary takes you outside the Aurelian walls, along a magical, 2000-year-old road.

  • Via Nazionale
  • Salita del Grillo
  • Colosseum ( stop )
  • Circo Maximus
  • Porta San Sebastiano (Stop)
  • Appian Way (Quo Vadis)
  • Catacombs of San Callisto (optional visit, lasting half an hour, at a cost of 6 euros)
  • Tomb of Cecilia Metella (Stop)
  • Circus of Maxentius
  • Via Erode Attico
  • Appian way (Stop)
  • Via Ardeatina
  • Via Tor Carbone
  • Appian way (Stop)
  • Villa dei Quintilli (optional visit, at a cost of 6 euros)
  • Appia Pignatelli
  • Porta San Sebastiano
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Circus Maximus
  • Piazza Venezia


The Castles of Rome

A relaxing trip by Vespa out to the Pope's summer residence, surrounded by lakes and woodlands. You will savour a glass of the local wine.

  • P.zza Repubblica
  • V.Cavour
  • Roman Forum
  • Colosseum
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Appian Way
  • Tomb of Cecilia Metella (Stop)
  • Appia Nuova
  • Via dei Laghi (known as the ‘Wine Road’)
  • Lago di Castel Gandolfo – tasting of local delicacies on the panoramic terrace of a ‘fraschetta’ or inn (stop)
  • Squarciarelli
  • Frascati, tasting of local delicacies at a ‘fraschetta’ or inn (stop)
  • Via Tuscolana
  • Via del Mandrione
  • P.zza Repubblica

Although the trip covers a total of 52 km (there and back), the shaded road is exceptionally panoramic and fun to ride on. Around one hour of riding + two hours for the tastings and stop-offs.

The Roman Seaside

Rome is a Mediterranean city – the sea is just 20 km away, and has played a crucial part in the city's 2000 years of history. This trip takes you along Via Cristoforo Colombo, and includes a stop-off for ice cream at the beach and a walk through the famous dunes.

  • P.zza Repubblica
  • V.Cavour
  • Roman Forum
  • Colosseum (Stop)
  • Baths of caracalla
  • Cristoforo Colombo
  • Garbatella – Ancient working-class area of Rome (short tour)
  • Via Cristoforo Colombo
  • Eur (Stop)
  • Via Cristoforo Colombo
  • Ostia-Piazza Ravennati (Stop)
  • Via Cristoforo Colombo
  • Via del Circo Massimo
  • Via dei Cerchi
  • Via del Teatro di Marcello
  • Piazza Venezia

The trip covers a total of around 60 km (there and back) along Via Cristoforo Colombo. This tour is best enjoyed in the summer season (April-September).

Rome, Egyptian City

Rome is the City of the Obelisks – there is no city on Earth, not even in Egypt, that has more of them. Mostly Egyptian, these singular monuments were transported to the Eternal City on the orders of the Emperors in the first few centuries A.D. The 13 obelisks in Rome, along with the Pyramid of Cestius, stand as living testaments to the thousands of years of history shared by Rome and Egypt. This tour is all about the signs and symbols of the ancient love affair between…Anthony and Cleopatra.

  • P.zza Repubblica
  • Via Amendola
  • Via Cavour
  • Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore (Esquiline Obelisk)
  • Via Merulana
  • San Giovanni (Lateranense Obelisk)
  • Via di Santo Stefano Rotondo
  • Via della Navicella
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Pyramid of Cestius / Protestant Cemetery (stop)
  • Viale Aventino
  • Via dei Fori Imperiali
  • Colosseum / Arch of Constantine
  • Via Cavour
  • Via Milano
  • Via del Traforo
  • Via dei Due Macelli
  • Spanish Steps (Obelisk)
  • Pincio (Pincian Obelisk)
  • Piazza del Popolo (Obelisk) (stop)
  • Via di Ripetta
  • Piazza Augusto Imperitore
  • Via Tomacelli
  • Ponte Cavour
  • Piazza Cavour
  • St. Peter’s Square (Obelisk) (stop)
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele
  • Piazza Navona (Obelisk) (stop) (Stop)
  • Pantheon (Obelisk) (Stop)
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Quirinal Hill (Obelisk)
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Piazza Della Repubblica

The Seven Churches

At one time, travellers who visited Rome would always make sure that they completed a specific religious itinerary before departing. This trip allows you to experience for yourself the centuries-old tradition of visiting those ‘Seven Pilgrim Churches’. It's a sort of modern pilgrimage...on two wheels!

  • Piazza della repubblica
  • Via Cavour
  • Piazza di Santa Maria Maggiore - Basilica (Stop)
  • Via Milano
  • Via del Traforo
  • Via dei Due Macelli
  • Spanish Steps
  • Piazza del Popolo
  • Via di Ripetta
  • Piazza Augusto Imperatore
  • Via Tomacelli
  • Ponte Cavour
  • Piazza Cavour
  • St. Peter’s Square - Basilica (stop)
  • Lungotevere
  • Porta Portese
  • Via Mormorata
  • Pyramid of Cestius
  • Via Ostiense
  • St. Paul’s Basilica (Stop)
  • Garbatella
  • Via Cristoforo Colombo
  • Via di Porta Ardeatina
  • Appian Way
  • Piazza di San Sebastiano - Church (stop)
  • Porta San Sebastiano
  • Viale della Mura Latine
  • Via di Porta Latina
  • Via dell’Amba Aradan
  • Piazza di San Giovanni - Basilica (Stop)
  • Via Carlo Felice
  • Piazza di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme - Basilica (Stop)
  • Via Tiburtina
  • Piazzale di San Lorenzo - Church (Stop)
  • Piazza dei Cinquecento

Rome On Film

Hollywood aside, Rome really is the "Cinema City". Its open-air film studios are hidden amongst the streets and squares of the city. This tour focuses on the locations made famous in classic films such as La Dolce Vita and, of course, Roman Holiday.

  • Piazza dell Repubblica
  • Via Nazionale
  • Traforo
  • Spanish Steps - Roman Holiday (stop)
  • Piazza del Popolo
  • Via di Ripetta
  • Piazza Nicosia
  • Piazza Navona - Angels & Demons (stop)
  • Piazza Sant’ Eustacchio
  • Pantheon - Ocean Twelve (Stop)
  • Via del Gesù
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Via IV Novembre
  • Via della Pilotta
  • Trevi Fountain - La Dolce Vita (stop)
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Via del Teatro Marcello
  • Piazza Bocca della Verità - Roman Holiday (stop)

Angels & Demons

Angels and demons have always lived side-by-side in Rome. This tour takes in the fountains, obelisks and skeletons of the Eternal City that inspired Dan Brown's eponymous best-seller.

  • Piazza della Repubblica
  • Via Amendola
  • Via Cavour
  • Via Milano
  • Via Due Macelli
  • Spanish Steps
  • Chiesa Santa Maria del Popolo (Stop)
  • Via di Ripetta
  • Ponte Cavour
  • Piazza Cavour
  • Vatican
  • Castel St.Angelo (Stop)
  • St. Peter's Square (stop)
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele
  • Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori (Stop)
  • Pantheon (Stop)
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Largo di Santa Susanna
  • Chiesa di Santa Maria della Vittoria (Ecstacy of Saint Theresa) (stop)
  • Piazza della Repubblica

Info e prenotazioni:

Cooperativa IL SOGNO a r.l.
Viale Regina Margherita, 192 - 00198 ROMA
Tel. 06.85301758 - Fax 06.85301756
Email: ilsogno@romeguide.it