On this half-day guided trip across the Eternal City on an electric-powered bicycle, get off the usual route and observe how Romans live and eat. From hidden monuments like the gourmet hotspot of Testaccio to panoramic vistas from the Aventino and Gianicolo hills, zip through picturesque neighborhoods. Lunch is included on the tours, as well as a sampling of local street food.
- Rome bike tour with food tastings
- Stops for photos at the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain
- One espresso with a traditional Roman croissant
- A slice of Pizza Romano
- Authentic gelato tasting at the end of the bike tour
Combine an Eternal City bicycle tour with a Rome food tour! While experiencing all the flavors of Rome, both edible and cultural, you will literally travel through the city. In a traditional craft bakery store, you will also have a true Italian breakfast menu with an espresso coffee combined with a typical roman croissant.
Follow your guide on an easy ride to admire the Ancient Imperial and Republican Forums, the Colosseum, the Jewish Ghetto, Circus Maximus, Campo de’ Fiori, and the Medieval Market, the Pantheon, and the amazing Trevi Fountain.
You will have the chance to take photos at each stop as the guide shares the history of the region visited with you. In one of Rome’s most popular bakeries, you will also appreciate a crunchy roman pizza produced with an old recipe.
On a nice note with homemade Italian ice cream, we’ll complete the Rome Bike and Food Tour.
Top attractions in Rome
St. Peter's Basilica is largest and most important basilica in the Catholic world. Its spectacular interior is placed under the dome designed by Michelangelo. The construction of basilica started in...
Roman Forum (or Foro Romano in Italian) is large archaeological site in the heart of Rome, place with many well preserved remains of ancient structures, buildings and temples.
Known originally as the Flavian Amphitheatre, Colosseum is the most famous Roman landmark and it owes its name to the giant statue of the emperor Nero that once stood near...
Rome and Italy travel guides
Rome is an ancient city, founded about 3,000 years ago and never stopped being exciting and relevant ever since. Hence the nickname – The Eternal City. Today, it is a modern, cosmopolitan metropolis with the perfect mixture of historical sites,...
Italy has it all: rich history, spectacular cultural heritage, great food, wonderful site seeing experiences, numerous world known landmarks, friendly people, affordable accommodation and easy transport from place to place.
Top hotels in Rome
Rome has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Located in Spagna, Hotel Splendide Royal – Small Luxury Hotels of the is a perfect starting point from which to explore Rome. The hotel offers a high standard of service...
Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection is located in Piazza della Repubblica, in an impressive white marble building dating back to the 1800s in Rome. This luxurious 5-star hotel...
Located in Rome’s Piazza del Cinquecento, NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento provides luxury lodging just a few strides from Termini Metro and Train Station. There is a free fitness center and...
In the Monti district of Rome, Roma Luxus Hotel provides free WiFi and stylish facilities. The property is located 300 meters from the Roman Forum and also features a bar...
Located in a building dating back to the 17th century, a 2-minute walk from the Pantheon of Rome, Grand Hotel De La Minerve features a rooftop terrace with town views,...
Right on the popular Rome shopping street Via del Corso, Singer Palace Hotel boasts a rooftop restaurant. The property is located 350 meters from Trevi Fountain and provides air-conditioned rooms....
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Rome
The peak season for flights to Rome is January, February and March. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, July and August.
Rome is served by these airports: Ciampino-G. B. Pastine International Airport and Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Direct flights to Rome are offered by 84 airlines. Most flights are with Alitalia. Direct flights from Rome, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Aeromexico and Norwegian Air Shuttlefrom New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington and Boston.
Rome and Italy attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Rome and Italy.