Take a ride at the Vespa Museum
A visit to Rome
is all about getting in touch with the past, the Colosseum, Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps), the Trevi Fountain. But if you like your history a little more on the modern side, take a few minutes (that’s all you’ll need) and pop into the Vespa Museum. Sure, this fun, little, below ground space is barely the size of a small Italian café, but it’s a testament to this colorful little bike and its 70-something year history that will make you want to take to the streets on two wheels. Bikes are available for rent upstairs at BICI & BACI. Or, maybe just buy an official Vespa souvenir (they sell those too). One last thing: entrance is free.