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Drive Vespa - iconic italian scooter in Rome

Be like a hero of the film «Roman Holiday», ride on the iconic scooter toward adventures in Rome!

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Drive Vespa - iconic italian scooter

#1 of 66 things to do in Rome
Vespa became the symbol of Italy, and, by the way, it's the best vehical to avvoid traffic jams in Rome. Rent this scooter and explore the city from Colosseum to Trevi Fountain.

Vespa scooter in Rome

How to do?

1. Book your Vespa online.
2. Take it at the office (near Termini station).
3. Start exploring the main Rome sights: St Angelo Castle, Mouth of Truth inSanta Maria in Cosmedin, Spanish Steps, Vittoriano and others.
4. Drive through narrow streets and make stops at the small cafes.

How much?

It will cost you €45 for 12 hours and €69 for 24 hours.

Ot you can rent Scooter Piaggio Liberty, it costs €28 for 12 hours and €35 for 24.

Tips and hints

To rent Vespa you need driving license type A.

Tours & excursions 1

Best of Rome on Vespa
Best of Rome on Vespa

Discovering magnificent Rome from the seat of the Vespa is one more exciting way to make your day diffrent and joyful.

Price from 145 euros

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