Take a pleasurable stroll across the river and into the picturesque popular neighborhood that is Trastevere. It is the neighborhood of the people, and a watering-hole for artists throughout the ages! With its dense braid of small streets and ancient buildings, all built into each other… it is impossible to resist its magical charm!
Trastevere is the most typical and picturesque of Rome's neighborhoods, it preserved the old-fashioned buildings, that remained intact over the centuries with all their charm. Roll with ease on a Segway through the tangle of awe-inspiring little streets just as the afternoon light is held captive by antique architecture. It is this soulful and vibrant atmosphere which has rendered the popular Trastevere area as unique and captivating.Today, you will enjoy a Segway tour through the Trastevere district. The tour will depart from Piazza del Gesù where you will receive a training session in order for you to learn how to use a Segway properly. After the overview, it will be easier to take to the little streets and hills like Gianicolo and Piazzale Garibaldi. You will pass through the narrow streets which outline the ancient buildings and squares and allow your eyes to glimpse at an artistic, warm, and dreamy Rome. Whiz across streets decorated by traditional restaurants, artisan shops, and fountains, on a path submerged by scents and colors from every street vendors' stalls.Standing tall in the midst of this labyrinth of alleys are monuments such as Villa Farnesina, Palazzo Corsini and most significantly - the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere which you can visit inside as well. To top it all off, you will take a quick rest at the most romantic fountain of Rome, l'Acqua Paola, before going up to the best and most panoramic viewpoint from the Gianicolo (a more than easy climb by Segway) offering a full view over the entire historical center and St. Peter's Basilica and Vatican gardens. Upon your return, you will take a nice, pleasant path across the Isola Tiberina, the beautiful Ghetto and also the Theater Marcello as the sun starts to set on Rome.