What is Tram Tracks?
Then you should come join Tram Tracks.
Tram Tracks is an evening extravaganza aboard an antique roman trolley riding through the heart of the eternal city. It is journey through Rome and through time where you can enjoy some delicious food (such as real buffalo mozzarella, delivered daily from Rivabianca, a world famous buffalo farm in Paestum) and some delicious Italian wines!
Tram Tracks has two different shows and they are undisputedly among the top things to do in Rome. We have one show which includes the tram ride through the heart of Rome, the rock’n’roll concert, unlimited wine and apericena. On this show Tram Tracks show you will have a seat at a four person or two person table. This show costs €54.99. The other show is held on a wooden antique tram from the 1920s and there are no tables, just seats and benches. This show includes the tram ride through the heart of Rome, the rock’n’roll concert, unlimited wine but does not include food (because there are no tables.) This show costs just €39.99.
There is a live band playing the entire ride from start to finish – almost two hours They are so energetic that everyone in the crowd will be dancing in no time.
The rock n roll band is one of the best you will ever hear in concert! Their setlist ranges from good time rock’n’roll including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen and Elvis Presley. They also add some Italian American favorites such as Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Last but not least is some great Italian music from artists such as Antonello Venditti, Lucio Battisti and Adriano Celentano. You might not know these Italian artists yet but you will love them!
Roman monuments along the way
. Porta Maggiore
. La Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme
. La Basilica di San Giovanni
. Il Colosseo
. Il Circo Massimo
. Le Terme di Caracalla
. La Piramide
there is even a fifteen minute stop in front of the Colosseum for a one of a kind view of Rome!
Definitely among the best attractions in Rome, some of the most beautiful monuments in the world.
Have you ever danced to a live band in front of the Colosseum?