Trastevere golf cart tour for small groups - Discover and book amazing activities in Rome with Musement! Discover one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome on this small group tour of Trastevere on the west bank of the Tiber River. Traveling by golf cart, you will see one of the oldest churches in Rome and marvel at the 13th-century mosaics of Santa Maria in Trastevere. See the side chapels of St Cecilia and Avila.
Drive down the lively alleys of the former village, and enter the Jewish Quarter. Pass by the lovely fountain in Piazza Trilussa, and learn how it once carried water from the Aqueduct of Trajan. Next, go to Tiber Island in the middle of the Tiber River. Visit the Marcello Theater, commissioned by the nephew of Augustus, Marcus Marcellus.
See the Porch of Octavia, commissioned by Augustus and dedicated to his sister Octavia Minor. Beside the temples, there is a library bulit by Octavia in memory of her son Marcus Claudius Marcellus. Next, you will visit a synagogue built between 1901 and 1904. Here you will admire its democratic design, chosen by the Jewish community as a reflection of their freedom in Rome.
Next, drive down Largo di Torre Argentina to see the remains of Pompey's Theatre. Discover the ruins of four temples in what was once a sacred area. End on the Campo de' Fiori, dominated by the statue of the poet and philosopher, Bruno Giordano. Learn how he was tried for heresy and burned at the stake in the medieval market in the 16th century.
Drive down the characteristic streets of the former village of Trastevere, Cross the River Tiber to reach Tiber Island, Learn how philosopher Bruno Giordano was executed in the Campo de' Fiori, See the Marcello Theater, Porch of Octavia and the Jewish Ghetto
Transportation by golf cart, Driver, Licensed tour guide, Headsets, Groups of maximum 15 people
Tour inside the synagogue and Marcello Theater, Hotel pick-up and drop-off
This tour operates with a minimum of 4 participants. Please be at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before tour starts.