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Unusual Panoramic Tour of Rome with Electric-Assist Bicycle

Unusual Panoramic Tour of Rome with Electric-Assist Bicycle
Duration:
4 hours
From:
USD 63.64
This itinerary will take you to the Circus Maximus, to the Aventine Hill with the Orange Garden and to Trastevere. <br>No, that's not all - but the rest is a unique surprise!  <br>Beyond these sites, on the spur of the moment, our guides will create a fresh itinerary for you through the charming back alleys of less-known quarters of the Eternal City. By combining the unusual, quaint corners of Rome - secret to many a traveler to the city - with some breath-taking panoramic sights, this tour will allow you a glimpse in the irresistible charm of this unique place.

Private Caracalla Baths and Circus Maximus Tour for Kids and Families

Private Caracalla Baths and Circus Maximus Tour for Kids and Families
Duration:
2 hours
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Explore the Caracalla Baths and Circus Maximus with your family and children! Discover how the ancient Romans were relaxing and socializing in one of the largest public thermal baths ever built in history. No need to bring a towel! You will see the ruins of ancient pools, changing rooms, gyms, heating systems, saunas and much more. Your top rated kids-friendly guide will then take you to the biggest Entertainment venue of the Roman Empire featuring chariot races, animal hunts and acrobats shows: the Circus Maximus. <br> You will learn how much fun the ancient Romans used to have cheering, supporting and betting on their favorite team!

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Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA) Information


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 CIA Rome Ciampino Airport Info & Guide


Rome Ciampino International Airport

Where is Rome Ciampino Airport? The famed city of the Roman Empire, Vatican City and La Dolce Vita (the sweet life) has earned Rome the nickname of the Eternal City.


The historic centre of Rome is one big UNESCO World Heritage Site, overflowing with beauty: ornate statues, opulent monuments, millenium-old churches, fascinating ruins, graceful fountains and grand old palaces. As one of Europe's most visited cities, Rome attracts visitors from around the world.


Airport Rome Ciampino (IATA: CIA, ICAO: LIRA), officially Rome Ciampino G.B. Pastine International Airport, also known as Ciampino G.B. Pastine Airport, Rome G.B. Pastine International Airport, or simply Rome Ciampino Airport, is located in the Comune of Ciampino, 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) southeast of central Rome, Lazio, Italy. The airport sits just outside the Greater Ring Road that runs around the city. CIA Airport is shared with the military.


Ciampino Airport is Italy's 10th busiest airport, and Rome's second busiest, with 4,497,376 passengers in 2012. CIA is the secondary Rome Airport: Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is the city's main and far busier airport. 


The low-cost carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air are currently the only carriers operating at Ciampino Airport.


Among the cities that with flights to Rome Ciampino Airport are Barcelona, Bari, Beauvais, Bergamo, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Corfu, Dublin, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Hahn, Ibiza, Kraków, London, Madrid, Manchester, Marrakech, Marseille, Nottingham, Oslo, Palma de Mallorca, Paphos, Porto, Seville, Stockholm, Thessaloniki, Valencia, Vilnius, Warsaw and Wroclaw.


Your best bet for a Rome Ciampino Airport transfer is the bus. Details on all options are included in this guide.


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This is a relatively small airport and it closes overnight. No sleeping here, as you will be locked out of the airport until it opens again for the first check-in around 04:30.




Additional Rome Ciampino Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 5 Dec 2015