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  • Rome: Guided Villa Borghese Gardens Bike Tour

    1. Rome: Guided Villa Borghese Gardens Bike Tour

    You tour will begin when you meet your professional guide at the official meeting point. From here you will depart on a relaxing and fun ride on an aluminum bike, complete with gears that will help make riding all the more easier. Your friendly tour guide will take you along to discover the history of "Villa Borghese", one of the biggest and most beautiful public parks in Rome. The sculptures that fill up the roads of the park make it a real open air museum, and together with its enchanting fountains, it is sure to be an amazing experience to add to your visit to the "eternal city". The strong feature of this park is its green spaces that allow you to breath in the fresh air, away from the smog and chaos of the city. Once you have taken in all of the amazing history, you will discover the breathtaking views atop of "Pincio Terrace". If so desired, you can also take a break in a local c...

    We arrived late but everyone was understanding. Helmets were provided. Bikes were not top of the line but fine.The historcal knowledge of our guide was very impressive and he did a great job of adjusting to our 3 childrens levels of understanding. Most of the tour was in the gardens however the minimal amount of street riding gave us bragging rights to cliam we went biking in the city of Rome! Doing tours like this is a great way to keep the kids having fun while gaining knowledge of history and appreciation of another culture. Water was provided and a great cafe right next door made it possible to refuel after the ride. I'd love to do a longer tour of the city streets early morning when traffic is light. Guide and shopworkers spoke perfect English. Great website mades booking reservation before you leave for your trip to Rome easy. Rome would be a better place to visit and live if all the tourists used bikes and not buses. Support bike tours in Rome by taking this fabulous tour.

  • Barefoot in the Park: Organic Picnics in Rome

    2. Barefoot in the Park: Organic Picnics in Rome

    After a busy and challenging visit day in Rome, why not take a relaxed break in one of the city's public parks most beloved by Roman people. Picnic at Villa Pamphili Collect your picnic basket and towel and be ready to discover this amazing green area. Spend a few hours in Rome's biggest park, beloved by locals of central-west Rome. The garden is a source of relaxation and oxygen for Roman Citizens who like to run, walk their dog or simply enjoy a few hours surrounded by nature. By 6:30 PM you should return your basket and towel to the starting point. 

  • Rome: Private E-Bike Tour with Local Food

    3. Rome: Private E-Bike Tour with Local Food

    Begin the adventure in the morning close to St. Maria Maggiore where you will meet your guide. Sit down and enjoy breakfast together where you will have the opportunity to choose the places you want to explore and the route you'd like to take. Head out on your e-bike and pedal up to the top of the Aventino or of the Campidoglio hill to admire the most striking panoramas of the city. Explore neighborhoods like Trastevere, Testaccio, or Monti as you learn about the history and culture of Rome from your expert local guide. See popular landmarks like the Colosseo, Trevi Fountain, and Borghese Gardens then stop for some amazing Italian food to refuel after an incredible morning discovering Rome on a comfortable e-bike.

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What people are saying about Borghese Gardens

Guide had a love of of the history of Rome and the gardens we toured

We arrived late but everyone was understanding. Helmets were provided. Bikes were not top of the line but fine.The historcal knowledge of our guide was very impressive and he did a great job of adjusting to our 3 childrens levels of understanding. Most of the tour was in the gardens however the minimal amount of street riding gave us bragging rights to cliam we went biking in the city of Rome! Doing tours like this is a great way to keep the kids having fun while gaining knowledge of history and appreciation of another culture. Water was provided and a great cafe right next door made it possible to refuel after the ride. I'd love to do a longer tour of the city streets early morning when traffic is light. Guide and shopworkers spoke perfect English. Great website mades booking reservation before you leave for your trip to Rome easy. Rome would be a better place to visit and live if all the tourists used bikes and not buses. Support bike tours in Rome by taking this fabulous tour.

We did this tour with our two boys, age 11 and 13 and it was wonderful! We all really enjoyed it! Nicolo, our guide, was very knowledgeable and personable. There are a couple spots on the tour that require biking on the streets to get to and from the gardens and Nicolo was very conscientious about keeping us together and feeling safe. (the tour company also had bike helmets for us). Most of the time is spent in the garden and it is beautiful and serene - a really lovely way to enjoy all the information Nicolo shares on the tour along with wonderful views of Rome. He timed stops along the way perfectly and was always willing to take pictures of us. Highly recommend this tour and Nicolo!

Green Rome

We were lucky and only for two did a tour with Nicolo in English. It was a super pleasant and different way to explore the city and the Villa Borghese park. Nicolo also gave us a lot of knowledge beyond the Villa Borghese. Only the bicycles were not entirely up to date, but completely sufficient. The short climb to the Spanish Steps was easy to drive, the rest of the tour was pure relaxation. A nice contrast to the hustle and bustle of the Vatican. Highly recommended, grazie Nicolo!

We can highly recommend the tour with Nicolo! It was a very interesting and funny tour. We were lucky, because it was just the two of us and Nicolo, so it was kind of a private tour. Nicolo showed us many beautiful places and had a lot to tell about them. He also shared a lot of other intersting facts about Rome. Also the guys from the agency were were friendly. To sum up: We really had a great time and certainly will book another tour next time! Thanks Nicolo!

Nice place and great food

The food was super delicious and the park was so cozy.