Rome Private Tour in PartyBus – 3 hours

Rome, Italy

Tour Rating
icon3 hours  (Approx.)
Mobile ticket

The tour starts from our starting point in Rome near the entrance to the Vatican museums or in Via Aurelia at the historic local market, or if you prefer outside the hotel, our good and friendly drivers will welcome you on board the PartyBus. Along the itinerary, the driver will point out some places in Rome that are less known but still magical. You will have many opportunities to take photos and selfies. The driver will also make you a "paparazzo" and make you feel like a movie star, as well as providing you with some brief explanations of the sites you will visit. The stories, legends and anecdotes about Rome he knows will surprise you.

Discover Rome, a unique and unforgettable experience.

You can choose the day or evening tour

Are you ready to live a unique tour? Don't let it get away!

Roman driver able to illustrate the various stops
Free - Wi-Fi
Bluetooth, where you can control music
1 bottle of prosecco with glasses
220 volt socket
Any Tips
Food if they decide to eat at our Bistrot with discount
Entrance to attractions, museums and monuments

Departure Point

1: Piazzale Luigi Sturzo, 00144 Roma RM, Italy
2: Via Aurelia, 485, 00165 Roma RM, Italy

Traveler pickup is offered

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Stop At:  
walk under the colosseum and arch of Constantine
Duration: 20 minutes
Admission Ticket Not Included
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Terme di Caracalla
View of the terme di caracalla
Duration: 10 minutes
Admission Ticket Not Included
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Priorato dei Cavalieri di Malta
cover the secrets of the Templars and peek through the keyhole of the Knights of Malta, the only place in the world where you can see 3 countries aligned. Visit the Orange Garden, considered one of the most romantic places in the world, and maybe take the opportunity to surprise your partner with a marriage proposal!
Duration: 15 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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Fontana dell'Acqua Paola
The fountain above the roofs of Rome, where you can see all of Rome from above
Duration: 15 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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Terrazza del Gianicolo
The Gianciolo terrace is famous for the view it offers over Rome, and if you find a clear sky day you can admire the Roman castles as well as the city center.
Duration: 20 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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Via Niccolo Piccolomini
The view of the dome of San Pietro from via Niccolò Piccolomini is an experience not to be missed. From here, in fact, you can admire the dome ... like you've never seen it before. Go down the street, looking at the dome, and the closer you get, the more the Dome moves away. If you step back, the dome looks bigger and closer. A play of perspectives that makes the visual fascinating and the visual effect evocative. Especially if the point in question is the Dome of St. Peter. This is a curious optical effect, due to the layout of the buildings and the observation point. This is why via Piccolomini is a unique place. The ideal way to round off an evening in the center, or to give a special touch to a romantic evening.
Duration: 10 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
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Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo
Castel Sant'Angelo, also called Hadrian's Mausoleum, is a monument of Rome, located on the right bank of the Tiber in front of the pons Aelius, a short distance from the Vatican, between the district of Borgo and that of Prati; it is connected to the Vatican State through the fortified "passetto" corridor
Duration: 10 minutes
Admission Ticket Not Included
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At the time of the founding of Rome the Trastevere area was a hostile land that belonged to the Etruscans of Veio (litus tuscus or ripa veiens), contended with the newborn city because it was strategic for the control of the river, the ford of the Tiber Island and the ancient river port. It was then connected with the rest of the city via the Sublicio bridge, from which the Via Campana started towards the salt marshes on the Tyrrhenian Sea and then the Via Aurelia towards the Etruscan cities.
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Inside the Testaccio district we find the Monte dei Cocci, or Monte Testaccio, a veritable Roman dump situated in the heart of Rome. The ancient Romans, in fact, used to dump the scraps of "cocci", and oil amphorae landed from the nearby river port on the Tiber and destined for sale. These fragments, accumulating over time, ended up constructing a veritable hill where it is possible to walk today, discovering interesting finds dating back to the 3rd century AD In the following centuries, then, along the base of the hill, caves were dug, used as cellars and stables (the so-called "grottos"), which today have become restaurants and disco-pubs, which animate the nightlife of Rome.
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Porta Portese
Porta Portese is the Rome market par excellence, also remembered by the timeless Baglioni song. This lively, typically Roman place was a source of inspiration for registers, writers and singers. An image of the Porta Portese Market in 1955 An image of the Porta Portese Market in 1955 The Porta Portese market was born around 1945 as the new headquarters of the black stock exchange held in Campo de 'Fiori. In this place, in the post-war period, "the Romans of Rome" could sell, buy and barter the strangest objects. Today, as generations of street vendors follow one another, Moroccans, Indians and Chinese have joined, making Porta Portese one of the most famous markets in Italy and Europe for its multi-ethnicity and the possibility of finding the most unthinkable objects. In fact, it is said that at Porta Portese "you can find everything from the pill to the Jumbo Jet". The Porta Portese Market The Porta Portese Market This is because, like all flea markets, this market also offers all kinds of bric-a-brac, books, antiques, toys, records, furniture, cosmetics and vintage postcards. It is possible to find from the Indian silver, to the leather garment sold by the Africans, to the shoes and "fake" clothing. Certainly it is not a food market, but despite this there are also stalls where you can buy toasted peanuts, fried donuts and Apulian taralli. In short, the list of things to find is so vast that it could go on forever. Like any self-respecting market, it is possible to negotiate on the price of the goods, you can ask for discounts, you can touch everything without buying anything. The street vendors pull passers-by towards their stalls, try to attract them with chatter and win them over with sympathy, so even those who go to Porta Portese just out of curiosity, return home with their hands full of envelopes. The market opens its doors every Sunday at 6:00 am until 2:00 pm and the best deals are made at market opening or closing times. In the rush hour there are lots of beggars and pickpockets, so we must always be on our guard. Nevertheless, it is one of the most colorful and characteristic places where it is still possible to breathe the atmosphere typical of ancient Rome.
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Piazza Trilussa
Piazza Trilussa in the past was known as "Piazza Ponte Sisto", from the name of the bridge that connects it from the area of Campo dei Fiori to the Rione Trastevere. At the center of the square it is possible to admire the second fountain of the Acqua Paola, built by Trajan to extend the channeling of the Roman aqueduct to the districts of Trastevere and Borgo. This fountain, which in ancient times was located in Via Giulia, was moved to the center of Piazza Trilussa in 1898 after the construction of the walls of Trastevere. The bases of the two columns surrounding the fountain are decorated with dragons, the heraldic symbol of the Borghese family, a noble family originally from Siena. Next to the fountain is the bronze statue of the poet Trilussa, from which the square takes its present name.
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St. Peter's Square
The size of the square is spectacular: 320 meters long and 240 meters wide. On the occasion of important liturgical events, St. Peter's Square has reached over 300,000 people. The square was built, by order of Pope Alexander VII, between 1656 and 1667, designed by Bernini.
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Circus Maximus
For an inexperienced look the Circus Maximus appears today only as a vast green area where the Romans train or walk dogs, in antiquity this oblong lawn was, as its name says, the most famous and by far the most famous ancient. The Circus Maximus was destined for various types of sports and athletic competitions, but became famous above all for the chariot races that often went on from the first morning until dusk, up to a hundred a day. At peak times, it could accommodate from 250,000 to 300,000 with standing places. Recent excavations have brought to light finds that allow us to better delineate the ancient features of the circus, a myriad of small shops, stalls and taverns surrounded the racing area. The recently concluded archaeological investigations (2016) have thus made it possible to enrich the framework of knowledge on the monument and the works of arrangement of the area allow a complete reading.
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Piramide Cestia
Pyramid of baskets
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Bocca della Verita
Horse's Mouth
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Roseto Comunale
Municipal rose garden
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Piazza Del Risorgimento
piazza del risorgimento, near the Vatican museums
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Ponte Rotto
Broken bridge
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Isola Tiberina
Tiber Island
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours, depending on availability Safety belts available, airbags not available on the Mini bus A minimum number of 2 people is required per booking Maximum 8 people per booking Not recommended for participants with back problems Not recommended for participants with ailments cardiac or other serious pathologies A small number of walking is foreseen Not accessible by wheelchair users Not suitable for passengers weighing more than 100 kg
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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