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Take part in this tour if you are excited by the idea of weaving your way through Romes beauty, sticking to little side streets and back alleys on a route that includes some of Romes main sites.
We will visit parts of the historic center of Rome but spend an equal amount of time passing romes less important sites.
Along the way we will stop to admire the city from viewpoints and get off the bikes to go inside some sites.
Included in the price is an electric bicycle (or normal) for the Morning tour.
Starting from our garage by the Colosseum, we begin by cycling over the Aventine Hill. This offers us an excellent view of the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill, two of Romes most important sites and open air musuems!
From the garden ontop of the hill there is a great view over downtown Rome as well as a Keyhole to look through in the adjacent piazza Cavalieri di Malta. One of Romes most simple yet beautiful churches is on the top of this hill as well.
At the bottom lies the Tevere, the river that brought supplies up from Ostia Antica in ancient roman times. In the middle is an island which is worth visiting since its been used as a place of healing for centuries and now hosts one of Romes oldest hospitals Fate Bene Fratelli.
Romes oldest surviving community where once forced to live in an area prone to flooding, right up against the banks of the tiber river. The Jewish Bakery on Via Portica Ottavia is worth visiting for a little treat of something sweet.
This area is famous for three main sites: The Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Spanish Steps , but we will not go to these unless necessary. Instead we might stop to visit the jesuit church of St Ignatious which has an amazing painted ceiling.
This is always a great place to visit by bicycle since there is plenty of space to move and it used to be an old race track. Once round the track, then lets see who is the winner!
A perfect day would include these two important places as well, although only quickly as usually we only pass here to get to the top of the Gianicolo Hill
There is a perfect road to cycle up this hill coming from the Piazza St Pietro. Here we can use our legs (and batteries!) to get up this climb hopefully in time to watch the firing of the midday gun at 12 o’clock from the terrace at the top.
Romes medieval quarter and most lively neighbourhood especially at night. Well worth cycling through here to get an idea of Romes medieval roots and where to go out at night.