Cycle the Appian Way; an ancient roman road that takes you through wooded forests, along dirt tracks to the Park of the Aqueducts.
The Appian Way bike tour is made possibile for even the worst cyclist thanks to the use of electric bicycles, a must when you need to reach the top of a hill. The tour of the Appian Way and a trip to the Aqueducts Park in Rome is worth the effort though and we will stop for a picnic along the way.
Source your own food from a farmers market and stop to have a picnic at a natural spring in the area. A great tour for those who want to get out of the city and into the countryside, leaving the chaos of Rome behind and enjoying the fresh air of the Appia Antica regional park.
10am Daily – Except Wednesday
Go cycling along the Appian Way, an ancient road that runs through the roman countryside and park of the Appia Antica, and see first hand some of Romes most important achievements.
A network of overhead channels bringing thousands of liters of water into ancient Rome every second. Get up close and marvel at the power of ancient rome.
Stop at a local farmers market to source your own picnic: Hams, Cheeses, Wines, Breads, Dried Fruits etc.
Stop for a light picnic (snacks and drinks) in the Santa Egeria park where there is a natural spring! Fill up your bottles with fizzy water from the spring and enjoy something to eat and drink.
The Cafarella Valley – A sacred wood dating back to ancient roman times. Filled with trees, livestock and a little brook running through it. There are even remains of ancient Latin tombs in the hillside.