Rome City Bike Tour

Morning Tour

Our extended bicycle tour of  Rome.

Our extended bicycle tour of Rome covers many different areas and eras of Rome such as Medieval Rome and the Jewish Ghetto, Trastevere, the Vatican and St Peters Basilica.

Benefite from extra stops and hidden gems like the State Archives at the Palazzo Mattei.

You will be able to stop and enter inside some sights whilst your guide will provide commentary and still make time for a coffee or ice-cream break along the way.

Afternoon Tour

A classic bike tour of Romes main sites.

Join us in the afternoon for an easy and fun ride to the main monuments and piazzas in Rome.

Covering the Historic Centre of Rome with regular stops at the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, plus the Ancient Rome makes this tour ideal for those wanting a quick and easy bike tour of Rome.

For a more indepth tour of Rome which includes all the main sites (Vatican as well) please choose the extended version in the morning.

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Morning Tour

Price: €45 Adults/ €40 Children

Length: 4 hours

Departs: Daily

Start time: 09:30

Afternoon Tour

Price:  €35 Adults/ €30 Children

Length: 3 hours

Departs: Daily

Starts: 14.00 (winter)

Starts: 15.00 (summer)

-Ancient Heart of Rome-

The first area covered during both our Morning and Afternoon tours includes those sites which most associate with Rome: The Colosseum and the Gladiators, The Palatine Hill and the Emperors and the Roman Forum and the Senate.In addition we also see the Circus Maximus, the Capitoline Hill (Morning Only)and the Theatre of Marcellus.

-Jewish Rome-

At the bottom of the Capitoline Hill, stretching along the opposite side of the river lies Romes medievil quarter. We pass through the Jewish Ghetto, which is today a very affluent area, on our way to Trastevere to experience a completely different side of Rome.

Vatican City (morning only)

A stop just outside the boundary of Vatican territory(directly infront of St. Peters Basilica) allows us to admire the heart of the catholic faith. Includes a look at the St Peters square, the Angelic Gate and the Castel of St. Angelo.

Watch Pope Francescos blessing on Sundays!

-Historic Centre-

This area of the Rome is covered during both our Afternoon and Morning versions, although in the afternoon we don’t pass the Spanish Steps. From the government buildings of Montecitorio to the Trevi Fountain and St. Ignatious Church. Includes a visit of the Pantheon.

-Roman Forum-

The Morning version also includes a panoramic view overlooking the Roman Forum from on top the Capitoline Hill

  • Please be prepared to cycle by wearing loose fitting clothes and hard soled shoes.
  • Leave any extra luggage or jackets etc onsite.
  • Helmets are not compulsory but safety is at your own risk.
  • Water is available en-route at fountains, so please bring a bottle.
  • Upon arrival for your tour, please present your voucher or email.
  • The bicycles are distributed on a first come, first serve basis and are limited to max 20 people per group.

Read more about Bicycle Tours of Rome.

4 thoughts on “Rome City Bike Tour”

  1. We took the Sunset tour of Rome on the day we arrived. It was a great way to get an overview of Rome and the ride was quite enjoyable! After navigating a couple of car filled boulevards as we met at the Colosseum, we found ourselves on a bike path up to the Gate on Aventino Hill and then down to the bike path that runs along the river. Glenn was very friendly and helpful and gave us background info on all of the sites. Highly recommend taking a bike tour of Rome!

  2. Thanks for that Debbie & Co. I will be adding more to the site about how best to appreciate Rome in the following weeks.

  3. We had a great time on our Red Bicycle city tour. When I first arrived in Rome, I was intimidated by the scorching sun and restless traffic. Glenn took us on a private, calm and informative tour that included all the major sights, along with a stop in the Jewish Quarters. It was a perfect introduction to the city, and we highly recommend starting your visit to Rome with Glenn as your guide!

  4. My friend and I did the city tour with Glenn and enjoyed it very much. One thing we particularly enjoyed that is somewhat unique to this tour is that there were several real “stops” along the way with time to enjoy a pastry or some gelato. The tour we did was truly a great introduction to the highlights of Rome: the Colosseum, the Jewish Quarter, the Trevi Fountain, the Vatican, the Pantheon, even a brief ride right along the Tiber river! Bring a water bottle to rehydrate at the many fountains around the city, and you’re good to go!

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