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Rome Vintage Fiat 500 Self-Drive Tour by Convoy

Highlights
  • Explore Rome in style in a vintage Fiat 500 on a sightseeing driving tour 
  • Drive yourself through the city as part of a colorful convoy of Fiats
  • See landmarks such as the Roman Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine
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Rome Vintage Fiat 500 Self-Drive Tour by Convoy
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Overview
Skip seeing Rome from the back of a tour bus and, instead, cruise the city’s charming cobblestone streets in a vintage Fiat 500 on this self-driving sightseeing tour. Pass by famous city sights as well as lesser-known gems while following a guide in your own candy-colored vintage car. You’ll cruise past famous landmarks like the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine, stopping occasionally for photo opportunities and the obligatory cappuccino.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in Central Rome where you’ll be paired with one of the many Fiat 500s available on this tour. After receiving a quick safety briefing and lesson on driving a Cinquecento, you’ll take off in a parade of brightly-colored cars.

Following a guide car, you’ll cruise down the charming streets of Rome as if you were a star in a classic Italian film passing by such famous sights as the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, and Bocca della Verita (Mouth of Truth) as well as lesser visited sites along roads only accessible to small cars.

Stop often for photo opportunities in and out of the car, and enjoy a break for coffee or gelato while listening to entertaining stories from your guide. Your tour ends back where it began.
Reviews (58)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Classic car, classic sights!

We booked a self-drive 3hr tour of Roma in a bright red classic Fiat 500. Mimo was our guide who we followed around Rome. Apart from the joy of driving this classic beauty, the tour itself was really unusual and interesting. Mimo was really knowledgeable...More

1  Thank hguisetucker
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun and laughter!

I bought this for my wife as a gift (she's always loved the OLD fiat 500 and she laughed the entire time she was driving. I sat in the front seat and video'd her laughing. Very safe and the guide driver was so nice and...More

Thank DGW-03875
Reviewed October 7, 2018
EPIC tour!!!

This tour was one of the highlights of our 5 week trip to Europe. Emanuele was an amazing host and took us all over Rome, showed us where to find the best gelato and managed to get us driving past St Peter's right on sunset...More

Thank BoardingPass766701
Reviewed September 28, 2018
The best way to see Rome?

Everything went well with the experience. Jack, our tour guide, was extremely knowledgeable, interesting and enthusiastic and the Fiat 500 was a little star - able to zip around Rome, whilst camera phones from other tourists are pointed in your direction. The one on one...More

1  Thank CarBloke
Reviewed September 8, 2018 via mobile
Best way to tour Rome

Excellent Tour. Been on many Tours in different cities in Italy and this was the best so far. Our guide Paolo was super knowledgeable and excelled in his job. Well done Paolo and well done Rome Vintage Tours!!!!

1  Thank Roziri
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msauburn
August 4, 2018|
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Response from heb999 | Reviewed this property |
Italy drives on the same side of the road as the USA. You just need to be able to use a manual (stick shift) car. If not the guide will drive you.
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CherylR1666
June 7, 2018|
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Response from Richard G | Reviewed this property |
I was told prior to arrival via the company's website that I would need an international driver's license if I wanted to drive my own Fiat. I was also told that I would need my own from state of issue printed in roman... More
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