Anyone visiting Rome is used to getting lost in the countless alleys of which the city is made. But have you ever wanted to fly above the city and admire the geometrical shapes formed by the crossing of the streets? And have you ever thought about how the shape of the Colosseum at a height of 150 meters would seem?
Rome from the top will make you admire Rome from a step higher.. or perhaps a few more. Moving away from the city center, we will reach the airport that was the base of the first Italian airline company, currently the seat of the aero club and base for sightseeing flights and air taxis where, with a private plane that has three to nine seats, we will take off and fly over the Vatican and the most famous monuments of the city.
To all those who are airsick and would rather have their feet on the ground, we will help you discover unusual breathtaking views and admire the immensity of Rome in one single glance: terraces, towers and roofs will help us on our mission!
“Da rifarsi gli occhi” (Italian expression that means to look at something pleasant for a change): it is always a question of points of view! Try a change of view and perspective, Rome can be really little or enormous: Garden of Oranges, also known as Parco Savello, Knights of Malta, Monte Caprino (one of the Seven Hills of Rome).
“The Towers of Rome”: a “classic” itinerary revisited: tip your nose toward the sky to admire the towers that made the history of noble families of the city: the Anguillara Tower, the Caetani Tower, the Arpacasa Tower.
“Terraces of Rome”: enjoy a breathtaking view of the whole city from the bird’s-eye view: we will help you to admire the seven Hills of Rome from the Janiculum Hill (Gianicolo in Italian) and the beauty of a Roman quarter built on a tufa hill: Janiculum (Gianicolo) and Monteverde (part of Gianicolense quarter).