Best way to tour for disabled persons, senior citizens, or anyone with walking problems, but fun and instructive for everyone! Discover Rome and familiarize with the city like if you were a native. Reach the major highlights driving through the old narrow streets and get to see the real Rome! The electric golf cart allows us to drive anywhere and get you right to the doorstep of the place you want to visit and we are also allowed in pedestrian only areas, so you see Rome as if you were walking, but you'll not be walking! Obviously this is the best tour of Rome for kids also, wow, do they have fun!
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Please feel free to e-mail us, or call us at +39337783255, for further clarifications if you shouldn't find the descriptions on this page to be exhaustive!

We tailor our tours to the customer's taste, desires and time availability.

We can do tours of Rome for several consecutive days without repetitions. When you do private tours, you tailor the tour to your clients and, inevitably, it ends up being different from the tour you did the day before just because the people are different! Some people like to linger and others can't wait to get to the next place! Also the traffic plays an important role in this business, Rome empties out for the week end and traffic is a lot easier than the rest of the week, so you get to cover more ground or spend more time at each of one the places you visit. This is one of the reasons why the itineraries we list in this website are suggestions and only the major highlights are mentioned. The other attractions, curiosities and photo ops are not listed because they're never the same for all the tourist because the tourists are never the same! The other reason why we don't list them is that we are tired of being plagiarized by every other person in the tour business.


The half-day golf cart tour of Rome

Fundamental Baroque Rome.

This tour will take to see some of Rome's highlights such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Piazza Navona.

These are four places that a visitor can't miss and generally travel agents make it a walking tour since it's not easy to drive and park a regular car to these sites and they are pretty close together. Walking to all four sites though is not easy either, walking for four hours, especially in the heat of the summer is not the most pleasant thing one can do! So, if you don't want to , or you can't, walk all that time on the cobble stones in the heat, the golf cart tour is the best solution. Not only you don't fatigue, but you also get to cover more ground and get to see more places in the same amount of time that a walking tour would take. In Rome, every street corner has a story to tell  and you'll be surprised by how many hidden gems you'll discover driving through Rome in a golf cart.


Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps) - tour of Rome by electric golf cart

Fundamental Ancient Rome.

We will drive to the geographical center of Rome, Piazza Venezia, where the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II and then climb the Capitoline Hill. Not only we will be able to get a bird-eye view of the Roman Forum from there, but we'll also walk in the most beautiful square in the world (not only our opinion) the Capitoline Square which was designed by Michelangelo just in the same years when he was painting the Last Judgment in the Sistine Chapel! For those who would be interested in seeing a great Panorama of Rome, we would like to present the possibility to ride an elevator to the top of the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II and get a 360° view of the Eternal city. We will then continue driving towards the Colosseum and the arch of Constantine and stop for a visit before we proceed to the Aventine Hill from there we'll be able to see the view of the Circus Maximus and the ruins of the Imperial Palaces on top of the Palatine Hill.


The Colosseum - tour by golf cart

Tour of the Jewish Ghetto of Rome.

The Jews have been a constant presence in Rome since the 2nd century B.C. and venturing through the streets of the Ghetto is really a pleasant experience.

On our way to the Ghetto of Rome, we drive through the quaint narrow streets that are so typical of Rome like in the old times when the Jews were confined in the Ghetto and they walked back to it tired after a day's work. The real Ghetto though, was destroyed 1888 because considered insalubrious and "against the humanity", meaning that the place was too bad for humans to live there, but the streets by which we get to the Jewish area of Rome still give us a pretty good idea of what the Ghetto of Rome was like.

We will also wonder onto the Tiber Island and cross the river to drive though the Trastevere area where the Jews lived at the time of the Roman Empire and eventually climb the Aventine Hill where the Jewish Cemetery of Rome used to be and we now have the Rose Garden of Rome. From the Aventine Hill you also get a beautiful view of the Palatine Hill and the Circus Maximus and, once there, why not take a look at the famous key hole?.

The Synagogue cannot be visited independently from the guided tours scheduled by the institution itself. The golf cart tour can be arranged to permit the visit of the Synagogue and we will plan it so to get there in time for the scheduled tours, but we will need to be advised before we start the golf cart tour. The Synagogue cannot be visited during the Sabbath and other religious holydays.


The "Boys of '48" club in the Jewish Ghetto of Rome

The "Boys of '48" Club in the Ghetto of Rome -tour of the Ghetto by golf cart

Rome off the beaten path.

Touring around Rome in a golf cart you can really see the hidden side of the city, what the tourist don't get to see. you can go for a walk through the market place in Campo de' Fiori, drive through the back streets where you see the artisans at work in their shops: the upholsterer making a couch, the blacksmith putting a new lock on an old door, the carpenter restoring an antique piece of furniture and ...well dressed executives discussing their business while sitting in a sidewalk café!. You'll see that Rome is not just a place for tourists, but it's a real city where people live their lives like in any other city. You'll get see Italians living their lives and not just your hotel concierge, your guide and the ticket clerk at the Colosseum. You'll really get to know Rome! Obviously this is not all you'll see, we'll take you to see some really impressive sites that other tourists don't even know exist! For example, a lot of people walk right by the church of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva and don't even think of taking a look inside ignoring that it's one of the richest churches in Rome and that they can freely walk in and see works of Michelangelo, Bernini etc.

Tour with us you'll be pleasantly surprised buy with what we'll be able to show you!


Golf cart tour of Rome - Santa Maria della Pace -

Angels & Demons

The places mentioned in the book are: the Pantheon, Piazza del Popolo and Santa Maria del Popolo; Santa Maria della Vittoria, St. Peter's Square, Tiber River near Tiber Island (which is really called the island of St. Bartholomew, but no one seems remember that), Piazza Navona, the "Passetto" and Castel Sant'Angelo. I don't think we're leaving something out, or are we? Oh yes! The Tomb of Peter, the Sistine Chapel and the Pope's Private Residence. Well, Benny doesn't allow us to bring visitors to his residence any more , it must be because he found some chewed gum on his chair... Then the Vatican Museums - Sistine Chapel - St. Peter's need to be done a separate tour, it takes four hours to see these places.

Here's how it goes: we start from Piazza del Popolo and Santa Maria del Popolo church which is where the Chigi Chapel, the one with the "pyramids", is located.

Then we drive to Castel Sant'Angelo, but we'll not enter it, and we'll also see the "Passetto", the suspended walkway that connects the castle with the Papal Residence.

If time allows it, we can stretch the tour to include St. Peter's Square. We'll then follow the Tiber River to Tiber Island, we'll stop to take a look and eventually walk on it. Crossing the river again we arrive to Piazza Navona and next to the Pantheon.

Finally we'll visit Santa Maria della Vittoria and see the "Ecstasy of St. Therese".
The sites will not necessarily come in this order, we'll start or end from the one that will be the closest to your hotel. For example, should you be staying at the Hotel De Russie, which is right across from Santa Maria del Popolo it would make more sense to start the tour from there, or end it there.

After all we're doing a tour of Rome, and not re-enacting the story.

Angels and Demons tour by golf cart - Rome, ST. Maria del Popolo
The full day golf cart tour of Rome

Fundamental Rome.

The major highlights of the city in one day. Essentially,  a full day tour can be a combination of two of the half day tours listed above and, for first timers, it'll be entirely dedicated to Rome's major attractions.

This tour will include the best of baroque Rome, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona and, in addition, it will be extended to the Colosseum, the Capitol Hill, the Circus Maximus, the Aventine hill and, possibly, the Catacombs.

These are the main attractions that will be visited but, many other attractive locations  will be in the itinerary of the tour. Sites that are not well known to the ordinary tourist. In practice, since we try to avoid the main streets, even when the tour is centered on the fundamental sites we end up showing a lot of things that are off the beaten track because that's where we drive!

You'll be surprised to see that Rome has a lot more to offer than what is listed in the brochures of the travel agencies or in the websites of our competitors :-) !




 Golf cart tour of Rome - Castel Sant' Angelo -
Rome by night tour by golf cart

Rome by night.

Rome is spectacular at night, sites like the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and St. Peter's Basilica are even more incredible at night than during the day. Just imagine climbing the Capitol hill and seeing Michelangelo's designed square in a sort of mystical atmosphere and the panorama of the Roman Forum.

If you are lucky enough to stay in a hotel right in the city center, then you may enjoy strolling the squares and streets and enjoy the unique, ephemeral atmosphere Rome slips into at dusk, but if you want more than that, if you want to extend your range and see the sites than aren't within a walking distance from your hotel, then you need to experience the tour of Rome by night in the golf buggy. Especially if you're not staying in a downtown hotel !

You'll be met at your hotel or at the restaurant where you'll decide to have dinner at and you'll be driven around the city for three hours to see all the incredible attractions of Rome all lit up.

You'll be driving the narrow streets and evocative squares and enjoy the fresh air and the shows of the street artists.

The sites that look best at night are: St. Peter's, Piazza Navona, Colosseum, Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, Pincio, Janicolum, Capitol Hill, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps. But it will be the atmosphere that you'll love.

Rome by night tour of Rome by golf cart - The Capitoline Hill
Tour of Rome from the port of Civitavecchia but golf cart.

Tour or Rome from the port of Civitavecchia.

We know this isn't the least expensive tour you can get, but it's the most fun! And,  if you have mobility problems, it's just about the only way you can get to see Rome!

Obviously we can't drive to the port to meet you in golf cart and so the problem is that being port so very far from the city just the round trip transfer costs a fortune. Having been in the business for many years and knowing all the other guys in the business, we are able to offer it at 300 Euros for groups up to 4 people and 350 for groups up to 8 people.

A lot of people travel to Rome from the port and back by train and, if you can do that, you save a lot of money. In case you decide to use the train for this commute, we'll meet you at the train station and bring you back there at the end of the tour.

We know that the cruise lines offer round trip transfers to Rome also, but we don't know what they charge, in case you find their deal to be convenient though, we'll be pleased to meet you where the cruise line shuttle let you off and bring you back there at the end of the tour.

Tour the out of the way places in Rome by golf cart -  The Arch of Galieno

We'll take you to see all the major highlights of Rome if this is your first time here or, if you are already familiar with Rome, we'll take you on an itinerary off the beaten path to see sites and curiosities that other tourists don't even imagine exist and really make you discover the real Rome, not just the places the tourists see.

We can also arrange theme tours for you, such as:

·         Baroque Rome

we'll show you all the great churches, buildings and statues of the Baroque period.

·         Ancient Rome

we'll show you the Roman ruins that are not as obvious as the Colosseum or the

Roman Forum.

·         Angels and Demons

You’ll see all the sites you saw in the movie or read about in the book.

·         Jewish Rome

The Jews have come to Rome in the 2nd century B. C. and never left.

See where they lived and hear their history.

Thus said, considering that you'll have about six hours to visit Rome the deal we can offer is the following:

The best siteseeing tour of Rome


6-hour tour of Rome
up to 3 people in one cart, 360 Euros
each additional car, 80 Euros
each additional driver, 80 Euros

Round trip transfer from the port:
up to 4 people by sedan, 300 Euros
up to 8 p. by minivan, 350 Euros
Headsets and microphone:
6-hour tour, 3 Euros per person