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Highlights of this tour

  • Piazza Venezia
  • Vittoriano Monument
  • Capitoline Hill
  • Piazza Campidoglio
  • The Roman Forum
  • Via del Corso
  • Trevi Fountain
  • Spanish steps

Accessibility information

  • Mild cobblestones
  • Stepfree route
  • Elevator at Vittoriano Monument
  • Involves walking/rolling between the sites

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 3 to 5 hours
  • Officially licensed guide

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Private adapted transport can be arranged for pick up and drop off
Piazza de Campidoglio
Spanish steps and fountain
Tiber Island

About this flexible wheelchair accessible walking tour through Rome

This Flexible accessible walking tour is a flexible walking/rolling tour with an officially licensed guide, where you can choose your preferred route. Your tour starts at Piazza Venezia with its imposing Vittoriano Monument to King Vittorio Emanuele II, also known as Altare della Patria of Il Vittoriano. From here, you take the lift to the top and enjoy a majestic view of the city. The accessible entrance is located on the right side.

If you wish, we can add Piazza Campidoglio at the top of the Capitoline Hill. From here you have a beautiful view over the Roman Forum and the Via del Corso. Note that the road up here can be quite steep for manual wheelchairs.

Trevi fountain and Spanish steps

After this stop, the first option is to continue your flexible accessible walking tour tour towards the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish steps at Piazza di Spagna. The Trevi fountain is a trendy tourist spot at a small square. It is a magical place with the huge baroque style fountain. Many tourists come here to throw their (lucky) coins in the water of the fountain. The myth says that when you throw one coin, you will return to Rome, when you throw two coins you find love, and when you throw three coins, you get married. Moreover, there is a particular way how to do this. You have to place your back to the fountain and toss a coin with your right hand over your left shoulder.

Nearby the fountain you find the Spanish Steps. The Spanish Steps are a set of 135 steps built between 1723 and 1725. It is more than just a stairway. It is a popular place for tourists to enjoy the sun, relax and stroll along the artists that are working on the square and the stairs. Here you can also admire the Fontana della Braccia, an old baroque fountain in the shape of a boat on the square in front of the steps.

Jewish Ghetto and Tiber Island

Another option to visit after Piazza Campidoglio is to continue towards the Jewish Ghetto, the Tiber Island, and the Trastevere.

This day is very flexible. You can combine different highlights and explore the city center in different ways. Let us know in advance what you would like to see. The duration of the tour is between three and five hours, depending on your wishes.

At the end of the tour the guide can advise a place for lunch, or we can arrange a private adapted vehicle to take you back to your accommodation.

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