4 hours
4 hours
Vespa tour
Vespa tour
Gourmet tour
Gourmet tour
Not accessible
Not accessible
Cultural tour
Cultural tour
4 hours
4 hours
Vespa tour
Vespa tour
Gourmet tour
Gourmet tour
Not accessible
Not accessible
Cultural tour
Cultural tour
4 hours
4 hours
Vespa tour
Vespa tour
Gourmet tour
Gourmet tour
Not accessible
Not accessible
Cultural tour
Cultural tour

A movie tour in Rome by riding a “Vespa”

Have you ever watched unforgettable movie frames such as the ’50s Roman Holiday the American romantic comedy with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, who rode their gorgeous white Vespa skilfully and quickly in the traffic of the sunny Eternal City?
Feel like the main characters of that film and of some others ! And in so doing, you will get a totally different perspective of Rome by discovering some of the most famous movie sets of Italian and International cinema!

Meeting in Rome with a private rider of an original Vespa, a classic Italian icon.
The most popular made-in- Italy scooter, invented in 1946, is an evergreen comfortable way of transport to visit Rome and some of its most important landmarks quickly!
Your rider will also be your exclusive guide for the paths, squares, monuments, fountains and hidden corners of Rome and he/she will tell you the history of the most ancient city in the world and there will be no secrets for you any more.
That tour will be carried out in the maximum safety, at a reduced 30 km p.h.speed, and it will have a particular movie tone.

After Hollywood, Rome is the city of Cinema but its studios are above all in the open air, along its crowded streets and huge squares.
Thanks to that original tour, you will discover some places made worlwide famous by well-known movies: from Appia Antica and the Colosseum where you will again live the courage of the Gladiator, played by Russell Crowe, to Trinità dei Monti where Audrey Hepburn tasted her ice—cream (you can do the same!), from Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Navona where the American mystery thriller film, shot by Ron Howard and based on the homonymous novel by Dan Brown (Da Vinci’s Code), showed the American symbologist Professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks), to the Pantheon where a scene of Ocean Twelve took place. Other stops will be included, such as the unmissable Trevi Fountain where Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni (in La Dolce Vita) had a bath without taking their clothes off.

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