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Bike tour : Appia way and the park of the aqueducts

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Bike tour : Appia way and the park of the aqueducts

€60 per person

Departure/Return Location: Circo Massimo subway exit

5 hours

Bike tour

We speak English, Spanish, Italian

pick nick included

Private tour

Starting from the Circus Maximus we will get on the bikes and start a 20km long ride almost entirely on the flat with some small exceptions.
We will go to the discovery of 3 parks on the southern side of Rome and the Reggio of the Roman roads, the Via Appia Antica.
Once we leave the Aurelian walls (Porta San Sebastiano) we will cycle on the road to enter the Caffarella park, a large valley between the Via Appia and the Via Latina in close contact with the Roman village Appio Latino where the river Almone flows (considered sacred since from Roman themes) and famous in the past via marmorea for the numerous remains of ruined Roman villas that resided in the area of ​​the Caffarella park of which today there is no trace.
The park is currently one of the largest urban green areas in Europe, where many Romans love to do sports and walks and is also home to many social activities such as vegetable gardens and educational farms.
Continuing our ride south after exiting the Caffarella park we will enter the Tor Fiscale park.
Marked by the Claudio aqueduct, which we will skirt along it until we get lost in dirt roads among the reeds of the Roman countryside until we reach the park of the Aqueducts (Cinecitta) where we will stop for a picnic on the lawn (bring a towel and a packed lunch, I'll think with hot tea and some sweets) with a breathtaking view of the aqueducts and hopefully a beautiful sun that keeps us warm.
After the picnic we will leave the park of the aqueducts to enter the Reggina of the Roman roads, the Via Appia Antica.
The Via Appia Antica, a Roman road (312 BC) built in the beginning to bring the Roman army to Capua for the Samnite war and then continue to Brindisi and become an important commercial hub for the eastern provinces for the Roman Empire.
Along the path of what the Romans called the streets of Reggio, aristocratic villas open up and prestigious burials line up which makes it look like a real open-air museum.
We will close our bike ride by returning to the Circus Maximus where we will say goodbye and for those who still want to make a small toast in one of the surrounding bars to celebrate the day.

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What To Expect

Meeting Point

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  • Departure/Return Location
    Circo Massimo
  • Dress Code
    Comfortable clothing
  • Included
  • Not Included
    3 ore
    4 ore
    Football (Soccer) challenge (play for fun)
    From research to “lunch” in one tour
    Gianicolo View
    Goodbye Espresso!
    Happy hour/ Gelato (Trevignano)
    Kayak (1hour)
    Local picnic (km0)
    Local tour guide
    Lunch based on truffles
    Movements by Car
    Picnic on the beach or on a small boat (summer time if the weather permit)
    picnic/pranzo al sacco
    Pizza and Wine
    Pizza Marinara
    Pizza tasting or Gelato tasting
    pranzo al sacco
    Private Guide
    Private tour guide
    Santa Maria in Trastevere Church
    Supplì tasting
    Supplì Teasting
    That is a plastic-free tour, take your own bottle with you, we are going to refill it with fresh water
    That is a plastic-free tour, take your own bottle with you, we are going to refill it with fresh water at one of the many fountains that Rome have to offer
    Vintage MTB (Pininfarina Bikes)
    Visit Trastevere neighborhood and hidden path
    walking around Trastevere area (hidden place) and visiting  Santa Maria in Trastevere Church
    welcome dry Prosecco
    Welcome Prosecco

Tour Plan

Tappe tour 1 Circo Massimo 2 Porta San Sebastiano 3 Parco della Caffarella 4 Parco di Tor Fiscale 5 Parco degli acquedotti 6 via Appia antica    

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