Explore the "Eternal City" on a night tour with a luxury motor coach and see Rome's most important monuments.
Explore Rome at night with a comfortable motor coach
See Rome's most important illuminated monuments
Enjoy a transport from and to your hotel or to another central point in the city
First you will pass by the Castel Sant’Angelo which was originally build as a mausoleum for the Roman emperor Hadrian and his family. Later it was used as a fortress and castle and now it serves as a museum. Then the coach will take you to the beautiful Saint Peter's square with the Saint Peter's Basilica. Head towatds the heart of Rome and there you will find the Piazza Venezia. The stunning Piazza was named after Cardinal Venezia who commissioned the construction of the nearby palace named Palazzo Venezia.
Gaze at the arch of Constantine which is situated between the Colosseum and the Palatine hill. Stop at the illuminated colloseum and take some great pictures of Rome’s most iconic monument that looks even more beautiful at night. Afterwards you will pass by the famous Circus Maximus, the place where chariot races raised the heartbeats of Roman emperors and citizens. Your tour guide will tell you more about Rome's monuments and will give you enough time to admire the city's illuminated and impressive sights. At the end of the tour you will be taken to your hotel or the nearest point of Rome city center.
• Guided night tour with deluxe motor coach
• Hotel pickup and drop-off from Rome's centrally located hotels
• Gratuities (optional)
• Food and drinks
Your hotel or City Tour Only office, Viale dei Bastioni di Michelangelo 21.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 5 days before the date of the activity.
We don't like fake ratings. Only rent-a-guide customers can rate deals in which they participated. After an activity took place, customers receive a mail in which they are asked to rate the tour. This way, we guarantee authentic reviews.
Personal rights are important: Our customers decide on their own whether they want their real name or a pseudonym to be displayed.