Bike ride on Via Appia

Fancy an unforgettable bike ride in Rome? I suggest a tour in the footsteps of Ancient Rome. We will start with the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Trajan market to reach the Circus Maximus. This first part in town, will give you a glimpse of the ancient splendor of Rome. The rest of the route will take us to the famous Via Appia, the Roman road which linked Rome to southern Italy for 500km. We will do about ten kilometers there and discover the remains of one of the most influential routes in the history of Rome. To know : - The tour will be private and will last between 2h30 and 3h. Plan to drink plenty and a sports outfit. - The visit begins with the rental of a bicycle at your expense from our partner (10 euros per person).

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E-Bike tour of the Via Appia Antica between history and nature

Often they tell us that the best way to understand the present is to know the past. With us in the past you go by bike! We will travel together the oldest and most famous road built by the ancient Romans, the Via Appia Antica! This wonderful road and the ancient ruins that surround it was born at the end of the 4th century BC. and it was fundamental for the development of the Roman Empire and of Italy as we know it. Together we will cross breathtaking parks and suggestive ruins, moving further and further away from the chaotic center of Rome and arriving in places where nature reclaims its spaces.

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Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella and Villa Massenzio: The many faces of the Appia Antica

A walk in the tranquility of the Via Appia Antica, to discover the history of this very important Roman road. You will visit some of the best preserved ancient buildings that overlook this street surrounded by greenery. The exclusive guide will allow you to choose the pace you want and will answer all your questions.

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Walk in the Appia Antica and visit to the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella

We will walk along the Via Appia Antica, also called Regina Viarum, the oldest and most famous street of the Roman roads, to visit one of the symbolic monuments: the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella. The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella rises just beyond the Massenzio complex and is a funerary monument built in the years between 30 and 20 BC. for a Roman noblewoman, Cecilia Metella. The imposing and elegant monument recalls that of Augustus himself. From the Tomb of Cecilia Metella it is possible to continue the walk along the Appia Antica surrounded by greenery where you can admire numerous and important monuments, discover the lesser known treasures, such as the Catacombs of San Sebastiano and San Callisto, and even more la, the Terme de Caracalla. At the end of the visit you will be accompanied to a restaurant with typical Roman cuisine where you can enjoy traditional dishes.

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Private e-Bike Tour - Appian Way, Catacombs and Aqueducts

Swap the hustle and bustle of the big city for a day in the countryside in this fantastic 3-hour electric bike tour. Your route is Via Appia (Appia Antica), one of the most important access roads of the city of the Roman Empire. Follow your local guide through imposing aqueducts, landmarks such as Catacombs of San Callisto, Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella, Quo Vadis and cross the Regional Park of Appia Antica. Furthermore, you decide whether to have access to one of the Catacombs on the Appia Antica by choosing the 5-hour tour options. ON REQUEST: FREE Baby Seat up to 20 kg ON REQUEST: FREE Kids Camellino up to 139cm

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Roman Ancient Aqueducts and Villa of Quintili Private Tour

The Roman aqueducts stand today, more than two thousand years later, as a testament to the engineering genius of the ancient Romans. These massive structures not only boggle the human mind as to how they were constructed but their function and reliability are still a modern marvel. In fact, some aqueducts remain operational to this day. Walking through the modern city of Rome one will come across these monumental arched structures that often cross streets and avenues. Just outside the city, between Via Appia Antica and Via Appia Nuova, lies the Villa dei Quintili which offers its visitors the possibility of an outdoor walk through the remains of this magnificent Roman villa. In the area surrounding the Villa have been found finds of great historical value, the same building that was originally built around a large square, is one of the jewels of Via Appia

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Roman Ancient Aqueducts, Villa of Quintili and Castelli Romani Private Tour

This tour is an opportunity to leave the metropolis and immerse yourself in the natural and artistic beauty of Rome.The Roman aqueducts stand today, more than two thousand years later, as a testament to the engineering genius of the ancient Romans. These massive structures not only boggle the human mind as to how they were constructed but their function and reliability are still a modern marvel. In fact, some aqueducts remain operational to this day. Walking through the modern city of Rome one will come across these monumental arched structures that often cross streets and avenues. Just outside the city, between Via Appia Antica and Via Appia Nuova, lies the Villa dei Quintili which offers its visitors the possibility of an outdoor walk through the remains of this magnificent Roman villa. In the area surrounding the Villa have been found finds of great historical value, the same building that was originally built around a large square, is one of the jewels of Via Appia.

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Electric Bicycle Small Group Tour - Regina Viarum Appian Way

Electric bicycles are a smarter, more economical and ecological way to live and tour Rome - “Looser” than a scooter, “slicker” than a segway, more “open” than an open bus, gain access to every corner of the city in a small-group tour, guided by an expert e-bike tour leader. Electric bicycles allow you to climb the Roman hills with no effort at all, giving you the opportunity to admire most of the wonders of Rome in few hours. You will be thrilled travelling around the city in a way that is ecological, absolutely manageable, usable by anyone and in any condition.

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Catacombs and Appian way Tour

On this half-day tour of the catacombs outside Rome you will visit the Catacombs of San Callisto and learn why burial in this way became a necessity. You will walk a part of the Via Appia Antica, the so-called ‘Appian Way’, one of Ancient Rome’s oldest and most important roads’ used for military expeditions and along which thousands of slaves were crucified during Spartacus’ revolt. You will also see the Circus of Maxentius and one of Rome’s aqueducts, vital for providing enough water for the capital of an empire, learning about its complicated structure and construction.

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Christian tour of Rome: Visit 5 of the most significant religious locations

On this tour, You will visit Via Appia Antica, Catacombs, Basilic of Santa Maria Maggiore, Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano. First, you will visit the Esquiline hill. Your guide will help you explore. Your guide will show you the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. You will next visit the  Scala Sancta, the Lateran Palace and the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran.  Your journey has more locations to explore yet. During your tour, you will walk around Appia Antica too. You will walk up to the Chapel “Domine quo Vadis”. Now at this point in your trip, you will visit St. Callisto or Santa Domitilla or San Sebastiano, the first refuge of Christians. Your trip ends at Caracalla Spas. Here you will an exterior view of the extravagant place.

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