Rome: Appian Way and Aqueducts Park Private Bike Tour
- Ride a bike along the ancient Appian Way of the Roman Republic
- Enter the rustic Caffarella Park to see the remains of the Ninfeum of Egeria spring
- Follow in the footsteps of ancient armies
Travel along the Appian Way towards the Catacombs of San Callisto, an ancient funeral area for early Christians and burial site for at least 50 martyrs and 16 pontiffs of the Catholic Church. Continue past the ruins of the Circus of Maxentius, one of the best-preserved of all the Roman circuses, and 2nd only in size to the Circus Maximus. See the mausoleum Tomb of Cecilia Metella and the extensive ruins of the Ninfeum of Villa dei Quintili, an ancient villa built by the wealthy Sextus Quintilius brothers in the 2nd-century AD.
Continue to Aqueducts Park to admire the network of overhead channels that carry thousands of liters of water into ancient Rome every second. See the water spring of the Ninfeum of Egeria in Caffarella Park, a protected park that was once part of the estate of the Roman senator Herodes Atticus.
- High-quality trekking bike
- Tour leader
- Free bike seat for infants aged 0-4 years
- Entrance fees
- Lunch for infants 0-4 years (to be paid on the spot - maximum EUR 15)
Prepare for the activity
- Passport or ID card
• Please ensure that you bring an identification document for each participant
• Infants should be strictly booked with no less than 2 adults
• Tours operate rain or shine, please dress appropriately
• Please note that the total duration of the tour is flexible and adjustable according to the group's average speed. In any case, the total tour duration should not exceed a maximum of 6 hours and 30 minutes.
• All customers 17 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
• Each child using a tag-along or a bike seat must be accompanied by an adult