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Route Guide

Via Appia is a mandatory destination for those who have both the passion for biking and an appreciation for art and culture. start discovering this route from the bicycl-e store on the lungotevere cycle path, pacing at your rhythm until the ancient road. since this is not a real and proper bike track, we recommend following this itinerary on a sunday because appia antica is closed to traffic. ride among mausoleums, stadiums and sepulchres along with christian churches and catacombs. the regional park of ancient appia will gift you unique with emotions. for adventurers and trained individuals we recommend to go further beyond cecilia metella and visit villa dei quintili. be careful, it is quite easy to fall, since some sections of the road aren't as paved as others; therefore we recommend to stay near the edge of the road and, especially near the large masses of roman pavement, get off the bicycle and continue on foot until the road becomes easy to travel on again.

Did you know?

The Appia Antica pavement system, later found on all the roads dated from the roman empire, was the first to use large blocks of stone that allowed the passage on any type of vehicle in all weather conditions.


  • Suitable for everyone
  • Explore the Via Appia Antica in the best way, on a bike
  • Have fun pedaling on ancient cobblestones
  • Plenty of parking options with our Bike Chain and facilities
  • Pedal at your own pace


  • When you spot the large cobblestones, we advise you to get off and carry your bicycle by hand

Multi-Stop Route (if you can't use GPX track)

Bicycl-e Lungotevere Bike Point – vedi su Google Map
Castel Sant’Angelo – vedi su Google Map
Piazza Trilussa – vedi su Google Map
Circo Massimo – vedi su Google Map
Catacombe di San Callisto – vedi su Google Map
Catacombe di San Sebastiano – vedi su Google Map
Villa di Massenzio – vedi su Google Map
Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella – vedi su Google Map
Appia Antica Caffè Bike Point – vedi su Google Map
Chiesa Domine Quo Vadis – vedi su Google Map
Porta di San Sebastiano – vedi su Google Map
Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano – vedi su Google Map
Clivo di Scauro – vedi su Google Map
Colosseo – vedi su Google Map
Viminale – vedi su Google Map
Ponte Sisto – vedi su Google Map
Isola Tiberina from Tevere cycle path – vedi su Google Map
Bicycl-e Lungotevere Bike Point – vedi su Google Map