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Escape the bustle of the capital on this family-friendly cycling journey along the ancient Appian Way, one of Rome’s very first paved roads. Hop on an electric-powered bicycle, giving your legs a break from pedaling as you follow in the footsteps of ancient Romans. You’ll pass ornate mansions, centuries-old statues and tombs, catacombs, and an aqueduct from antiquity.
A cycling tour on the ancient Appian Way by electric-powered bike
Discover some of the region’s most scenic natural oases, away from the noise and crowds of Rome
Listen to in-depth background on the history of ancient Roman civilizations, and the six aqueducts located there
Family savings: children under 12 get half-off discounts, and children under five get to ride for free
Great day and a wonderful experience. A truly terrific way to explore a city as Rome where history is everywhere you go. We were lucky to get a private tour due to early season. Our guide was enthusiastic and gave us all he had this day. We’ll do this again in other cities...
What a wonderful way to spend time in Rome. My guide was so kind and knowledgeable, and bicycling through the green parks south of the city and experiencing the ancient Appian Way was an unforgettable experience.
fun way to see parts of Rome off the track. I hadnt ridden a bike in 40 years and was a bit of a challenge. Tour 930- about 1. Beautiful scenery and Eugene, our guide, was very patient and knowledgable. Loved this!