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  2. Lazio
  3. Rome
  4. Appian Way

Rome: Half-Day Ancient Appia Way Fat Bike Tour

Product ID: 177978
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Ride the Appia Antica way, one of the first streets in Rome, by fat bike. This 6-hour guided bicycle tour reveals the ancient history of the landscapes, hidden in the city center.
About this activity
Duration 6 hours
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English, French, German, Italian
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Take a lunch break in one of the most unique areas of Rome
  • Ride comfortably on a fat bike
  • Discover the most beautiful landscapes that Rome has to offer
  • Enjoy your small group tour
  • Take advantage of your guide's explanations
Full description
The ancient Appian Way crosses the famous Parco degli Acquedotti, an important biological corridor in the middle of Rome's city center, revealing the incredible and unique landscape inside of the capital city. This creates an evocative city-center frame with lots of history, culture, and art, all waiting for you.

At the park, discover the history of the water in Rome and the related engineering works, which are now visible due to the six ancient Roman aqueducts which converge in the park.

Enjoy this bike tour by so-called fat bike, with thick wheels for your comfort. Explore the 2300-year-old meadow and relive this great partition of the Great Empire, crossing the ancient universe, well-conserved with ancient footprints, imperial mansions, statues, tombs, and San Calisto catacombs.
Includes
  • All fees
  • Official guide of the city of Rome
  • Fat bike rental
  • Helmet rental
  • Lunch break in the green of the Caffarella Park

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Local tour provider's office, Via capo d'Africa 15a, Rome

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