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Appian Way Bike Tours

Cycling in Rome can be quite stressy so why not opt for a relaxing ride outside the city wall in the countrysde of ROme!

A stones throw from the aurelian walls surrounding the original roman city lies the Appia Antica Regional Park. Its been protected from speculating surveyors and construction companies since the introduction of the Parks Department Law forbidding any construction on the 3500 acres of land that flank the old roman road “Appia Antica”.

Follow this path running through the roman countryside from the Gate of St. Sebastian as far as the foothills of the Colli Albani, an extinct volcano south east of Rome. For the most part the route is uninterrupted and you can cycle continuously for 17 miles following the path of the ancient romans as they marched to Bari 600kms away, the final destination of The Appian Way.

Appian Way Bike Tours – Main Sites

  • Catacombs of St Callisto

There are many catacombs along the Appian Way but perhaps the most well preserved are those of the church, having being loving restored and carefully guarded against exploit.

  • Park of the Aquaducts

This public park is easily accessible by bike and allows you the freedom to cycle alongside the roman aqueducts of many different era’s. Including the Aqua Claudius and Aqua Nova, Aqua Marcia and Aqua Felice (renaissance aqueduct)

  • Cafarella Valley

Another public park which was part of a larger estate belonging to the Torloni family is still today used by shepherds to feed their flocks.

  • Parco Egeria & Natural Spring

In the woods of the Cafarella Valley lies the remains of a temple dedicated to the deity Egeria, the Ninfeo di Egeria.

  • 17 miles of Appia Antica

Cycle along the existing remains of the original roman road called the Via Appia, today known as the Appia Antica. The old stone blocks make for quite an authentic experience.

  • Roman Tombs & Cecilia Metella
Bike Tour Lunch Break Castel Gandolfo

Appia Antica Full Day – Rome to Castel Gandolfo

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Cycle all the way to an extinct volcano from Rome. Starting from outside the Circo Massimo near the center of Rome, we pass through the roman walls and gate of St. Sebastian to reach the Appian Way. Following this old roman road known locally as the “Appia Antica” we continue cycling for approximately 17 miles […]
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Park of the Aqueducts - Rome - Appian Way Bike Tour

Appian Way Bike Tour

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Get out of Rome by cycling the Appian Way. Cycle through the Roman Countryside on a half day tour along an ancient road called the Appia Antica.
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