Enjoy the most beautiful views of Rome at sunset and an intimate happy hour in the Trastevere district with our Tour of Rome at sunset with aperitif.
Things to do Rome sunset private tour with tasting
With our Tour of Rome at sunset with tasting you can live a unique 2-hour experience from the comfort of your own car with a driver that will take you for a ride through the city until you reach the idyllic neighborhood of Trastevere, where you will enjoy a Italian wine tasting that will leave you speechless.
This activity is done in small groups, and the driver will take you to see the sunset from two of the most wonderful places in the city of Rome: the Orange Tree Garden and the Janiculum (Giancolo)
With our driver you will leave from the meeting point by car, walking towards the Aventine, one of the most beautiful places in the city. We will make a stop at the Orange Garden to watch the sunset, and we will go to the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, also known as the Fontanone, and which is located at the top of the Janiculum hill, the balcony of Rome.
You can enjoy the sunset from the two most important points of the city.
After this experience, we will go down to the Trastevere neighborhood, where the tasting of local wines will begin. An experience for all the senses!
Highlights to see in Rome sunset private tour with tasting
Los Naranjos Gardens
Wine and cheese tasting in Trastevere
Guide in Spanish
People: 40.25 €
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Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?