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Explore Italy's capital city by Vespa along the great Apian Way, one of the most important roads of ancient Rome. Rev up your engine for this exciting tour, which leads you past early roman tombs and Christian catacombs, churches such as Domini Quo Vadis and the Circus of Maxentius, an exquisitely preserved Roman circus built between AD 306 and 312. Get out of the city center to experience the local countryside, learning about local sights and attractions from your expert guide as you go.

Highlights

  • Vespa Tour of the Apian Way
  • Hop aboard a Vespa scooter to experience Via Appia, the most famous roadway of ancient Rome
  • Stop at local monuments such as Roman tombs, Christian catacombs and the ruins of the Circus Maxentius
  • Get outside the city center and explore the verdant countryside
  • Learn about the local area from an expert guide as you ride
  • Suitable for all skill levels

What You Can Expect

Appian Way Vespa Rome Tour

Via Appia Antica Vespa Tour

Customer Reviews

geraldine.mart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

We really loved this vespa tour our guides were the best and really gave us a feel of Rome from the locals perspective. We really enjoyed this tour and would definitely recommend it its a must do!

Julie M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

I had so much fun on this tour and the guides were amazing! I learned so much and saw so many things I would never had seen if not for this tour.

Anne T

4 star rating: Recommended February 2016

My husband and I very much enjoyed our Vespa ride with Alexandro and Adolpho. We don't believe that the description of the tour was quite accurate or that it was stressed enough that the driving would not actually be on the Appian Way. That being said, our guide Alexandro and Adolpho graciously agreed to drive us on the Vespa's and took us places we could not have gone without a vehicle. It was great fun and we loved travelling Rome the way the Romans do!

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