Set out to explore one of the most fascinating districts of Rome with our amazing golf cart tour of Trastevere. The small group tour of Trastevere in Rome will allow you to visit some of the most interesting attractions from the comfort of a golf cart, learning more about the history of Rome.
A destination that forever enchants and inspires travelers from around the world, any trip to Rome is an experience that cannot be forgotten. As there are thousands of places to see and things to discover, most visitors never end up seeing all the attractions of Rome.
This is why we created a special tour in Trastevere that enables you to see one of the most authentic neighborhoods of Rome, filled with historical sights. The small group tour of Trastevere by golf cart is certainly one of the quintessential experiences in Rome, where you get to explore and admire the wonderful attractions.
The charming quarter of Trastevere is located on the west back of the Tiber River, featuring many interesting attractions of Rome. The golf cart tour of Trastevere in Rome will visit the splendid church of Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of the oldest in in the city dating back to the 13th century.
You will have the chance to admire its mosaics and the nearby chapels of Santa Cecilia and Avila. Driving along the narrow streets of Trastevere, you will pass through the charming Jewish Quarter, along the Piazza Trilussa and its lovely fountain, reaching the Tiber Island. Experience the true atmosphere of this part of Rome with our small group tour of Trastevere.
Once on the Tiber Island, the tour in Rome by golf cart will let you visit the ancient Marcello Theater or the Porch of Octavia, ruins from millennia ago. The tour of Tiber Island will also pass by the Library of Octavia and a synagogue built at the beginning of the last century, known for its democratic design.
The golf cart tour in Rome will continues along the Largo di Torre Argentina, where you can see the remains of Theatre of Pompey. The Rome experience will end in Campo dei Fiori, where you will admire the statue of poet Giordano Bruno, finding more about its tragic destiny as he was burned alive for heresy in the 16th century.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We suggest you wearing comfortable clothes and shoes.
Please note that this tour will run with a minimum of 4 passengers.