Accessible Renaissance and Baroque Guided Tour of Rome
This 3 hour Accessible Renaissance and Baroque Guided Tour of Rome is a perfect way to experience the wonders of Ancient Rome firsthand. Escorted by your private expert tour guide, you’ll explore the streets of Rome using a step-free wheelchair accessible route. This accessible Rome tour gives you a great overview of the city and many of the very best highlights that Rome has to offer!
Start your day by meeting your friendly local tour guide at your accessible Rome hotel or by the Spanish Steps (depending on location of your hotel), and head out on a leisure stroll along the streets of Rome. Among other things, you’ll experience the beautiful, historic houses of Napoleon and Musolini in piazza venezia. This stately plaza is absolutely breathtaking! Next, you’ll continue to the Capitol Hill, where you’ll enjoy a great view of the Roman Forum and have a chance to snap some great vacation photos to share back home. You’ll also make a short stop at the famous Trevi Fountain. Standing a massive 85 feet tall and 65 feet wide, this impressive fountain spills about 2835000 cubic feet of water every day!
Your accessible Rome walking tour continues with a stroll to see more exciting gems of the city. Enjoy and experience as your private guide narrates you through the history of the city, as you visit more must see places including Piazza Colonna- the Prime minister’s residence, the Column of Marcus Aurelius and the Parliament. You’ll also pass the majestic Pantheon, the beautiful Piazza Navona, and Largo Argentina, the site of Julius Caesar’s assassination. After a fun, memorable 3 hours of experiencing Rome firsthand, your accessible guided tour comes to an end by the Spanish Steps right in the heart of the ancient city of Rome.
The Accessible Renaissance and Baroque Guided Tour of Rome features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and severable accessible toilets along the route).
- Accessible walking/rolling tour of Rome city center.
- Experience the fascinating structures, history and architecture as you explore the gems of Rome escorted by your private, expert Tour Guide.
- Napoleon ś & Musoliniś house in piazza venezia (exterior visit)
- Capitol hill with a great view of the Forum
- Trevi Fountain
- Piazza Colonna- the Prime ministerś residence, the Column of Marcus Aurelius &The Parliament.
- The Pantheon
- Piazza Navona
- Largo Argentina and the site of Julius Caesar´ s assassination.- (optional)
- Spanish Steps
The Accessible Renaissance and Baroque Guided Tour of Rome has received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free and uses a wheelchair friendly route. However, it did not receive a higher rating because you will experience some mild cobblestones and uneven ground along the route in ancient Rome.
By the Trevi Fountain, you’ll experience some uneven ground and cobblestones. Your guide will lead you using the most wheelchair friendly path possible. The plaza tends to be crowded.
The area around the Capitol is mostly flat but does have mild cobblestones throughout.
Piazza Navona is a beautiful setting with several things to see. The terrain is mostly flat but you will experience some mild cobblestones.
Your accessible 3 hour Rome Guided tour will end by the famous Spanish Steps. The area here is mostly flat but you will encounter some mild cobblestones.
Tour duration: 3 hours
Cost: 1-2 people €295, 3-4 people €345, 5-6 people €395. If needed, we can hire a wheelchair pusher for 15euros per hour to any of the walking tours.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: Anytime of the day
Meet-up place: Central accessible Rome hotel or End of the Spanish Steps.
Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised
Entrance tickets: Not necessary.
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.
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