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Great route with a nice atmosphere and shady places to linger a short time. I (34, m) started on 08/01/2021 at around 9.45 a.m. from the bike rental ( and in about 1.5-2 hours to just past the " Bici Grill "not all the way to the" Punto Info Parco Appia Antica ". (Https:// About half of the way there is a nasoni for a water stop ( On the way back, a beer and panini in the Appia Cafe (, before I visited the Calixtus catacombs, around 2:45 p.m. ( san-callisto? share). On the whole, the route is easy to ride on a mountain bike. Somewhat sparse towards the end. If it gets too bumpy, you can use the paths on the edge or push the bike briefly. If you arrive by bus from near Termini (train station) and walk to the bike rental, you should plan about 45-60 minutes.

Toni is a super guide, we saw a lot of the city in three hours. In addition to the highlights, there are also many nice places. We really got a lot of interesting info while never staying too long in one place. Good bikes and good earphones so you don't miss anything. Really just perfect!

The eBike was great, had a lot of steam and was in good condition. The saddle hurt after a while: D A bike tour on the Via Appia is a wonderful experience that I can only recommend. The company's employees were very friendly.

The service was really great and the bikes were very well maintained. Helmet and phone holder were included! You have to be careful when cycling through the city, as there are no bike paths and the road is very busy.

The bikes were in tip-top shape. 1 tip for appia atica best rent mountain bikes.