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Roman Holiday: A tour of the Eternal City by Vespa

2013-05-19

ANTONIO
Myvespa.it
"Some people want to organize a tour by Vespa and drive themselves. In these cases, we just join them. And viceversa, there are others that want a full tour organized by us. So, then, we drive and we take them to the best places.”

As a result, anyone who wants to feel like Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday, even if just for a few hours, they have this option. A guided tour by Vespa, taking them to the best sights around the Eternal City.

ANTONIO
Myvespa.it
"We have several tours: a panoramic Rome, imperial Rome, Rome by night, baroque Rome. Each one of these tours has different stops, depending on the important sites that people want to visit.”

The tours can be an escape from the Roman heat, and help discover the Eternal City's secrets, on board a well-known Italian tradition, the Vespa, as any other Italian would.

ANTONIO
Myvespa.it
"The prices vary according to each tour, and how long they last. The average is about three hours by Vespa, and we have several stops where the client has the option to listen to audio guides with explanations on the most important and historic sites. The average price is 85 to 90 euros.”

Among the famed pit stops are the Colosseum, the Imperial Forum, the Bocca della Verita and the Campidoglio.

The three hour tour ends at the famed Piazza Venezia, at the city's center, where each tourist can continue their Roman Holiday.  


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