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Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park (9am)

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Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park

Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park (9am)

From:  55,00

DURATION: 4.5 hours

TIME: 9am

LANGUAGES: English

MEETING POINT: Via Labicana, 49

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Intermediate

 

Explore Rome with this guided bike tour. Pedal on the Ancient Appian Way, a 2300 year-old cobblestone Roman road while going past an ancient sepulchre, a Roman statue, the ruins of a circus and an imperial palace, the Christian catacombs and Pagan mausoleums; then leave the Ancient Appian Way to head towards the ancient Roman aqueducts rising over the fields on the horizon and follow them on their way back to Rome.

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Description

HIGHLIGHTS

Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park Highlights

  • 4.5-hour off-the-beaten-path guided bike tour of Rome with quality electric-assist bike
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • Aurelian Walls
  • Catacombs (entry in the Catacombs not included in this tour)
  • Ancient Appian Way Park
  • Circus of Maxentius
  • Mausoleum of Caecilia Metella
  • Park of the Aqueducts
  • and more

Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park Inclusions

  • 4.5-hour off-the-beaten-path guided bike tour of Rome 
  • Quality Electric-assist mountain bike (or if your prefer, a carbon frame mountain bike)
  • Helmet (mandatory)

Tour Exclusions

  • Transport
  • Optional gratuities
  • Meals

TOUR ITINERARY

Pedal on the Ancient Appian Way, a 2300 year-old cobblestone Roman road while going past an ancient sepulchre, a Roman statue, the ruins of a circus and an imperial palace, the Christian catacombs and pagan mausoleums; then leave the Ancient Appian Way to head towards the ancient Roman aqueducts rising over the fields on the horizon and follow them on their way back to Rome.

Enjoy a ride through the Roman countryside that so well impressed 19th century travellers such as Byron, Goethe and Stendhal. An extraordinary tour of absolute beauty. A journey into a unique environment, in which miraculously intact nature, free from modernization, forms a backdrop to the continuous passage of historical, cultural and artistic events. 

Length: 27 Km (17 miles), 70% of which off-road

Elevation: 200 mt

PLEASE NOTE

  • Minimum group size: a minimum of 3 participants. If 48 hours before the scheduled bike tour departure time the number of participants is less than 3, you will be contacted and offered other alternatives to the bike tour. If none of the alternative tours are of your interest you can cancel your reservation and receive a full refund.
  • Child policy: for obvious security reasons, infants under the age of 1 are not allowed to participate in bike tours. Children aged 1-5 years and weighing less than 25kg will participate in the tour on board a seat (front seat if the weight is less than 15kg, rear seat if the weight is between 15 and 25 kg) mounted on an adult's bike. Children traveling on a seat are non-paying participants. Children weighing more than 25kg, and aged between 5 and 8 will use a baby-carrier extension connected to an adult's bike. Children over the age of 8 can independently use a mountain bike or trekking bike as well as pedal assist bikes. All children traveling on a child-carrier extension or autonomous bike are considered adults for the purpose of the tour price.
  • Cancellation policy: full refund when the cancellation occurs with an advance equal to or higher than 8 days before the departure of the tour; for a cancellation in the last 7 days before the departure of the tour (therefore also in case of no show) a penalty of 50% of the value of the reservation is foreseen.
  • Rain policy: In case of forecasted rain, customers can opt for one of the following 3 options: proceed with the tour (they will be provided with a poncho), move their reservation to another date or cancel the tour and receive a full refund. The decision for one of these options can be made /  communicated until the time of departure of the tour.

 

4 reviews for Bike Tour of Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs & Aqueducts Park (9am)

  1. 5 out of 5

    A highlight of our holiday to Rome! Our guide Henriët was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about Rome and obviously loved showing us around. My wife is an experienced cyclist whilst I haven’t ridden for years but I found it not too bad thanks to the electric bikes. Seeing the Appian Way and the viaducts was amazing! And it was lovely to get out of the bustle of the city for a morning. Thanks so much!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Our family had a brilliant day on our bike tour of the Ancient Appian Way and Aqueducts. Lorenzo is a fantastic guide! Thank you so much for the great time. We loved learning about the history of Rome and it was a fantastic to cycle around areas we wouldn’t have seen otherwise. We’ll certainly remember this as one of our favourite days in Rome.

  3. 5 out of 5

    If you’ve traveled with teens, you know making them happy is a challenge, to say the least. All 4 in our group (2 teen boys, 2 tween girls) rank this as their favorite experience in Rome! We were hesitant to book because (1) tween girls not great riders and (2) vintage parents not in the best shape. Would be be able to enjoy? YES! The key is the e-bikes which make everyone ride like Lance Armstrong (well, almost).

  4. 5 out of 5

    I would like to thank our guide Mies for such a wonderful tour and day!
    Her passion and interest for this tour made the day very special. From the rich history she presented along with her very engaging personality, she taught us some amazing facts as we rode our well maintained E-bikes and showed my son and I sights we will never forget. The ride along the Appian way to the old Aqueduct was truly spectacular. These sites are really best accessed by bike and are far removed from the usual Rome tourist crowded spots, you get to feel like a local instead of a tourist.


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