Rome Night Bike Tour
The perfect complement to our Rome Day Bike Tour, on this evening bike tour you will head out to discover the little streets and hidden gems of the popular area called “Trastevere”. Famous for overflowing restaurants, street food, and nightlife, this is the beating heart of “La Dolce Vita”.
Good to Know
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions About Our Bikes/Biking in Rome
Where is the meeting point?
This tour meets at our office, located at Via dei Delfini 35, Rome. We are about a 5 minute walk from Piazza Venezia.
What cycling skill level do I need for this tour?
While all of our tours maintain a leisurely pace, we want our guests to have fun and be safe, so being able to ride a bike is paramount.
Our Rome Bike Tour is perfect for intermediate bike riders. You should have good balance, be able to start and stop comfortably, and be familiar with hand brakes. Most of this tour is on roads and although we stick together as a group and carve out a lane for ourselves, we ask that all guests feel confident with their riding ability. The road surfaces in Rome vary and may include cobbled streets as well as smooth gravel and pavement.
Safety is our number one priority but confidence in yourself is the first step to overall group safety.
If you’re not sure how you’ll fare, we invite you to come to our office about 30 minutes prior to your tour start time to try the bikes.
Do we go inside the museums and monuments?
Unfortunately, the tour duration does not give us enough time to enter any of the sites that we see on tour. This tour is designed to enjoy the city from a broad perspective and come away with a greater understanding of its history and layout.
Is this tour appropriate for children?
Yes! This bike tour is a wonderful way for kids comfortable on bikes to discover Rome. We only ask that your children have been riding for a while, are comfortable riding in a group, and can navigate riding a bike on various surfaces including cobbled streets. Please note that due to the route of this tour, trailer/tag-alongs are not permitted. We ask that all children ride their own bike, or children 1-3 years old ride in a baby seat attached to the parent/guardian’s bike.
Please keep in mind that children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult on the tour.
- We have various sized city bikes to accommodate just about every size of rider, from extra small 20 inch wheeled bikes for riders that are 3.3ft (100cm) to extra large for riders up to 6.5ft (198cm).
- Unfortunately, we do not have tricycles, tandems, or bikes with training wheels for adults or children that may be less confident in their riding ability.
- Due to limited availability, please book 20” and 24” wheeled bikes in advance.
- Please Note: All extra small 20 inch and small 24 inch bikes are equipped with hand brakes.
- We have baby seats available for children from 1-3 years old which is attached to the rear of the adult bike (weight limit: 48lbs/22kg).
Can I join the tour if I am pregnant?
Pregnant women are strongly discouraged from joining bike tours due to cobbled streets.
Is there an alternative beverage at the stop for wine?
We can have juice available for non-wine drinkers and children. Please tell the guide/staff at check-in.
General Tour Questions
What is the number to call if I am lost and trying to find the meeting point?
If you are having difficulty finding the meeting location for your tour, please call us at +39 338 309 7398 and our staff will be happy to help you find your way.
Are reservations required?
Yes, reservations are required for all tours.
Is a helmet included? Do I have to wear one?
Helmets are provided, however in Italy adults are not compelled by law to wear a helmet. We have helmets of all sizes available in our office.
Studies have shown that helmets can reduce head injuries by at least 85%.
What is your weather policy? What if it rains?
Our tours run rain or shine, and we have rain ponchos available in our office. We encourage all guests to consult the weather forecast and plan your dress accordingly.
In the summer months, please prepare for the heat by bringing/wearing adequate sun protection, and staying hydrated. Even if you are accustomed to high temperatures, air-conditioning is not always available in Italy.
Is this tour offered in any other languages, or only English?
All scheduled tours are in English, but private tours can sometimes be scheduled in other languages, given we have a tour guide who speaks the language of your choice.
How long before my tour should I arrive?
The tour meeting time is 15 minutes prior to the start time. No refunds or re-bookings can be provided for late arrivals or no-shows after tour commencement or departure.
Could I reserve a guide just for my group?
Yes! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about private tour options and rates.
What is your cancellation policy?
We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour* Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.