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Squares and Fountains of Rome by New Generation of Segway
"You start off after some training on how to ride a segway. Then hit the amazing Renaissance Piazza Farnese and the lively Campo de’ Fiori. The next stop is the most beautiful baroque square of Rome’s Piazza Navona with its three fountains. After visiting the Pantheon – the Roman temple devoted to all the pagan gods – we head for Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish steps. A stop at the Trevi Fountain is not to be missed but before we stop by at piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina for the most special coffee Rome can offer. We go back to the office through the impressive Piazza Venezia and the quiet peculiar small squares of the Jewish Ghetto.All tours are accessible for the disabled thanks to Nino a Ninebot equipped for those who cannot stand on their feet."""
From EUR70.00
 
Rome Private Half-Day Tour with Private Minivan and English Speaking Driver
"Your itinerary may be arranged as follows: Pick up 9am at your accommodation lobby of your hotel or apartment. Then first stop at the Colosseum to admire its magnificence and take few pictures. Following head to the Circus Maximus; overview of Palatine Hill the Palace of the Roman Emperors; overview of the Roman Forum and the City Hall. You will see the Vittoriano Monument - unknown soldier shrine the Pantheon Navona Square and its beautiful fountains the Trevi Fountain
From $360.00
 
Rome City Driving Tour
"We stop at all of the tour destinations to allow you to go out and explore with the exception of Largo Argentina Circus Maximus and the Greek & Jewish Ghetto's - otherwise we'd be with you all day! So while you will have an air-conditioned vehicle to move around the city you will still be hands on at all of the sites taking photos and immersing yourself into the local culture. The small group size of 7 also makes it practically a private tour and allows for better interaction with your your expert driver. See the Spanish Steps Pantheon Pizza Navona
From EUR45.00

Handicaps Tips (7)

HANDICAPPED WITH WHEELCHAIR?

IT'S VERY DIFFICULT getting around with a wheelchair. Most of the streets are very narrow in Rome, and made of cobble stone. When you go to the Colisseum and areas in the vicinity, it's not only...
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LANURSA1
Jun 08, 2015

Fun and games in a wheelchair

If you are in a wheelchair - Rome is possible but it is very hair raising. Cobblestones are enough to kill you. Tree roots. Crowds of people determined not to lose their place in the queue. Hills!...
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craic
Jun 11, 2007

Disabled

Rome is not the most disabled-friendly city largely due to the number of hills, raised pavements and cobbled streets. Buses are wheelchair-friendly whilst remaining public transport in Rome is...
Italianmanboy
Mar 31, 2007

Stamina required for St Peter's Dome

It's possible to climb right to the top of the dome, but it is a very narrow and inclined circular passage. Don't attempt to turn around as its virtually impossible due to the number of visitors...
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Pabro
Dec 14, 2006

DISABLED VISITORS

If you have mobility problems be warned, Rome is the least disabled-friendly city I have visited so farpotholes and trees on the pavement, loose and sunken cobbles on the streets, high kerbs are all...
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BerniShand
Aug 01, 2006

Not buggy/pram friendly

In ancient times, there were no buggys and prams. So, when laying the stones for the walkways in the city, this didn't have to be considered. For us modern folk this does pose a problem however. The...
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Jenniflower
May 23, 2006

Steps To Civilization

In these last 10 or 15 years Rome made a lot of works around the city to make places accessible to handicapped people. For sure museums and relics areas will be accessible, sidewalks, hotels and...
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OttoMarzo
Jun 29, 2005
 
 
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Trevi Fountain - Fontana di Trevi

The Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi in Italian) is the fountain to see during one's Roman adventures. In 1732 Nicola Salvi designed the Baroque masterpiece and Pietro Bracci completed it including...
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Fontana del Facchino – ‘The Porter’

One of the things we loved in Rome was the fact that in between 2 major sites we were facing here and there some beautiful corners, small details on the walls, sculptures, beautiful facades of unknown...
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Time Elevator

What? Time Elevator Rome allows the visitors to experience history of Rome and a few other things in what they call 5D, or 3 panoramic screens, flight simulators and a state-of-the- art surround...
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Piazza Barberini

After checking in at the hotel we took the metro into the city center and Barberini square was the first thing we saw. Piazza Barberini was created in the 16th century and took its name from the...
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Museo Delle Cere

Think we paid Eu7 entry August 2009 I understand was Eu8 by 2010. Could walk through in 10 minutes! Figures likenesses range from the unremarkable to the fairly bad. There is a 1940s ensemble of...
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Chiesa San Ignazio di Loyola

This church was built between 1626 and 1685. It is dedicated to Saint Ignatius of Loyola; the founder of the Jesuite order. This was the second church on this spot. Its main highlight is the troemp l'...
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