Vespa Tour Rome
Provided you are looking for a perfect destination for a romantic trip, Rome will offer you everything you seek and for something original, extraordinary and impressive you definitely have to abandon yourself to a Vespa Tour Rome for spending time in one of the most beautiful cities in the world in a magnificent way.
An open-air museum that caters to your visual perception wherever you are heading, the sunsets made of lights and colors that only the genius of a higher being is able to give.
Wandering amidst the monuments, the squares and alleys holding hands and rejoicing with amazement at each corner you turn.
During your stay, you are recommended to take the baroque Rome tour as well.
Vespa Tour Rome
Enjoy Rome aboard Ape Calessino, the Vespa cousin, resembling more a “carriage” and being all the rage among the youngsters after starring in “Dolche Vita” in the ‘60s, that still maintains its timeless charm. The Calessino Piaggio dates back to 1948, promoting the enchanced model of a three-wheeler van released by the Antique Italian Motor Vehicle House.
The main objective was to convert the three-wheeler “Ape” into a transportation vehicle for humans as well as goods, taking inspiration from the equally famous and incomparable motorcycle: The Vespa. The Ape Calessino, initially meant for the carriage of goods and animals, has later been trasformed into a comfortable means of trasportation for passengers, allowing to explore the wonders of the Eternal City.
Thanks to the two great rival potentials of Bernini and Borromini, the baroque art, considered as a wonder and a “carrier” of strong dramatic sense, is best expressed in Rome. The term “baroque” rings a bell with the idea of irregularity and illusion, going against the classical principles. The baroque art is an European creation establishing itself in the times of wars and religious conflicts.
The visual arts of that period, being set free from rules, fundamental geometry and static nature, acquire the following characteristics: illimitable exaggeration, movement and perspective, live material, composition elements, sculptural and naturalistic motives, desire to influence on an emotional level and to amaze, pursuit of fantasy and freedom of expression.
Starting from the Piazza Barberini with its Triton Fontain, you will walk down the most evocative squares in the Eternal City. The Trevi Fontain, the boat-shaped one at the botttom of the Spanish Steps, embracing millions of tourists each year and the Fountain of the Four Rivers situated in the middle of the renowned Navona square represent some of the most noteworthy locations within the mentioned itinerary.
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