Want to see unique sights of Rome along with the major attractions in a fun and easy way? Try biking! You can get across the Eternal City faster than walking while avoiding car traffic and going to places vehicles aren’t allowed. Rome has become ... 

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Picture Tour Appia

August 2011

Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs and Roman Countryside Bike Tour

View of the Forum

October 2014

I was so glad we did this bike tour or we would have missed this view! We did a tour of the Forum and Colosseum but this view was truly spectacular! Thanks, Bruno. He was wonderful!

Our bikes

October 2014

Our bikes all lined up while we ate a wonderful Italian meal. We got to meet people from Australia and Canada!

7 Hour Bike Tour of Rome

October 2014

Possibly, the most fun we've had in a long time! Worth every penny! We saw so many historical places and ate at a wonderful little cafe in Trastevere! I used an electric bike - loved it. My husband used a regular bike and was fine. Bruno, our guide, was wonderful!

At the Vatican

September 2014

Bike stop near Vatican

At the Vatican

September 2014

Bike stop near the Vatican

Rome Bike Tour

August 2014

One of many frequent stops to learn about the history of this awesome city!

Rome City Bike Tour

May 2014

Cycling through Rome with Marco

Trevi Fountain bike stop

March 2014

Our guide Bruno watching our bikes while we stopped to take a picture at the Trevi Fountain.

Getting Used to the Bike

October 2013

Angela's unique cycling style

Bikers take a break

October 2013

Angie and J at Tivoli Fountain

Victor rests

October 2013

We where up the hill in the neighborghood of the ambassies and got of our bikes to enjoy the sight

Biking the Appian way

August 2013

Probably the highlight of my time in Rome. Not an area most tourists see but well worth it. Comfort on a bike needed yes but great physical fitness not.

Rome by bike

August 2013

Our guide took us down little alleys and through areas we'd never see on a bus. Other than dodging crowds it was not a physically demanding tour so as long as you can ride a bike don't be afraid to try it

Our 1st stop - the Colesseum

August 2013

As you can see the provided us the bike, helmet, a bottle of cold water and tons of fun.

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