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Rome: Wine & Oil Tour along the Appian Way by E-bike

1. Rome: Wine & Oil Tour along the Appian Way by E-bike

Discover the historic olive grove that embraces the Azienda Agricola Regina Viarum on an e-bike. Escape the noise of the city and relax with a breathtaking view of ancient Roman ruins, with the calming breeze blows through your hair. After the tour is finished, enjoy wine and oil. Grab your helmet and take the Via Appia (Appian Way), one of the most important access routes to the city of the historical Roman Empire. Follow your guide through extraordinary aqueducts, landmarks such as the Catacombs of San Callisto. Cross the Appian Way Regional Park until you reach the reserve, where you will begin to delight your palate with excellent wine and oil accompanied by local food tastings. Inside the reserve, experience a sense of well-being and relaxation upon your arrival. Begin your visit to the reserve in the historic olive grove, passing through the organic vegetable garden, up to the garden of the farmhouse. Here, taste a glass of wine and local oil, accompanied by local specialties.

Rome: Private Appian Way & Albano Lake Full-Day E-Bike Tour

2. Rome: Private Appian Way & Albano Lake Full-Day E-Bike Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle of central Rome for a full-day mountain bike tour in the surrounding countryside and follow a route through pristine nature and landscapes that have inspired some of Italy’s best known artists. The moderately difficult 50-kilometer route will take you past some of Rome’s most historic sites, such as Trajan's Baths, the Ninfeum of Egeria, Villa dei Quintilli and Caracalla’s Baths. Departing from near the Colosseum, bike through Caffarella Park to the Aqueduct Park, named after the historic aqueducts that run through this part of the Appian Way regional park. Because of its idyllic ambiance, Aqueduct Park is often used as a film location. Take the train from Capanelle to Castel Gandolfo, before hopping on your mountain bike to explore the surroundings of Lake Albano. Stop at a local restaurant with a wonderful view of the water and relax as you enjoy a traditional lunch of Italian cuisine. Lake Albano is also known as Castel Gandolfo Lake, after the castle and the Pope’s summer residence that overlooks the lake. After lunch, head back to Rome, cycling a nice descent to set you up for the Appia Antica. Relive the glory days of the Roman Empire as you bike along cobblestone streets that date back 2,300 years. Pass ancient tombs and ruins from the Roman Republic.

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What people are saying about Tomb of Cecilia Metella

Emmanuelle, our bike guide, conducted us safely through the streets of Rome to the Appian Way (Via Appia). He is passionate about his city, its history, and biking. When someone loves what he does like Emmanuelle does, it makes the excursion so much more enjoyable. The e-bikes are an absolute requirement for the journey through the Roman countryside. We enjoyed our homemade tastings on a gorgeous little farm along the way. I highly recommend this excursion.

This is an excellent activity to get out of Rome and see a part of history, the Via Reginarum. So many interesting stops, aquaducts, mausoleums, villas, etc. Alberto was an excellent guide, knowledgeable, personable, and a great sense of humor. Very concerned with our safety as well. The farm for the food-tasting was wonderful, with amazing locally produced olive oil, honey, wine, bread and cheese. Frederica was a lovely host for the luncheon.

This was a great day out that delivered way beyond our expectations. The electric bikes made light work of the terrain and our guide Allessio was courteous, knowledgeable and good fun to be with.