Explore the wonders of the Appian Way in a healthy and environmentally-friendly way. Rent a bicycle and explore some of this ancient route over the course of a day.
What to Expect
The Appian Way was one of the earliest and strategically most important Roman roads of the ancient republic, and it is a site of great historical value today. The main part of the Appian Way was started and finished in 312 BC. Why not explore this fascinating site in a healthy and ecologically-friendly way, by renting a bike and making your own way along the path?
From Rome, you can explore part of the ancient road, and see some of the beautiful natural areas outside of the city. Sites along the way include the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, Capo di Bove, Santa Maria Nova and Villa dei Quintili. The price includes a bicycle, lock, helmet, and a map of Rome.
- Map of Rome
Via Milazzo 3/A, Front Temini Station, 00185
Know Before You Go
Rental requires an ID card or passport and a deposit of 100 euro, payable by cash or credit card.