Tour the Appian Way with an electric bike and discover the best activities in Rome with Musement. The Appian Way is a Roman road that connected the ancient city to Brindisi. Riding an electric bicycle along this country road will leave you breathless: the green vegetation blends perfectly with the yellowish-brown soil and fascinating ruins that you'll encounter along the way.This tour starts in Piazza Navona and passes through the Colosseum and Baths of Caracalla. You'll ride along the Appian Way toward the Tomb of Caecilia Metella, a majestic mausoleum for the nobility. After stopping for a drink or an ice cream, you'll move on to see the Caffarella Park to see Annia Regilla Nymphaeum and enjoy one of the most beautiful parks in Rome. Finally, you'll go back to Piazza Navona riding through the Circus Maximus and the Jewish Ghetto.This group tour requires a minimum of 2 people. Otherwise, you can book a private tour for 1 or 2 people.Please note, if you wish, you can also book an optional tour of the Catacombs of San Callisto (40 minutes, unavailable on Wednesday).
See the place where the catacombs were created by the early Christians, Explore beautiful Caffarella Park and discover one of Rome's hidden wonders, Ride into the Circo Massimo like the chariots from "Ben Hur"
Guide, Earphones to listen to the guide, Ice cream or coffee
Palazzo Farnese, French Embassy and one of the most beautiful buildings of the XVI century, by Michelangelo.
Piazza Venezia, a 20th-century Victorian monument to the first kng of Italy
Via dei Fori Imperiali, a wonderful ride in the midst of the Roman Forum.
Colosseum, the most famous monument in the world.
Celio Hill climbed in a moment with no effort due to pedal assisted electric bikes
Baths di Caracalla, the most important imperial thermae in Rome.
Appian Way - Scipioni family shrine - Porta San Sebastiano, the biggest door in the Aurelian Walls - San Callisto Catacombs, the first official cemetery of the Christian Community in Rome - Circus of Maxentius - Tomb of Caecilia Metella, the most important and better-preserved Roman tomb, a symbol of the Roman "post mortem" grandeur.
Caffarella Park - Egeria Nympheus and Annia Regilla Tomb ehile riding in a wild park
Circus Maximus, the Hippodrome of the ancient Romans.
Theater of Marcellus (one of the first cases of "abusive construction").
Piazza Navona, with the Four Rivers Fountain and St. Agnese in Agone
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