Day 1. Arrival + Highlights of Rome tour
Guests will be picked up at their hotel and take wheelchair-accessible transportation to the tour’s starting point, the Gianicolo Hill. This hill...Guests will be picked up at their hotel and take wheelchair-accessible transportation to the tour’s starting point, the Gianicolo Hill. This hill, one of Rome’s most romantic spots, is the perfect place to snap a picture of the city as it overlooks the ancient skyline. The first stop is at the Colosseum and Roman Forum, which you will enter by walking through the photogenic Fori Imperiali road, which has ruins that date back to 46 BC and 113 AD. All places visited are wheelchair accessible and can be navigated independently. However, if guests with reduced mobility needs require support, the guides have experience assisting people with disabilities. Accessible bathrooms are available at multiple stops during the activity.
Your next stop will be the breathtaking Trevi Fountain, one of the world’s most renowned fountains and the largest Baroque fountain in the city. Be sure to toss a coin into the water, as legend says it ensures your return to the eternal city.
Guests will then make their way to the ancient Roman temple turned catholic church - The Pantheon. As the best-preserved monument from ancient Rome, it stands as a testament to the skill and reach of the ancient empire.
The last stop of our tour is The Navona Square, famous for its Four Rivers Fountain, designed and constructed by the late Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the most influential artist of the Baroque period. Guests will be taken back to their hotel on an accessible van with a wheelchair lift, where they will be able to rest after this jam-packed day.