image/svg+xml Distance:

51

miles
Riding Time:

8

hrs
Total Ascent:

170

ft
Difficulty:

MEDIUM

Route Guide

This wonderful route makes it possible to easily reach the sea from the centre of rome. The Regina Ciclarum gifts its users with a spectacular passage that follows the bays of the river, between cycle paths and gravel, showing a different and silent Rome. if you are not particularly trained, we suggest taking the train when getting back and getting off at San Pietro. biking to the lungotevere cycling road is the ideal way to start this adventure, better between 9 and 10 am, so to enjoy the sea, the sun and the fish servings that Fiumicino can offer.

Did you know?

The Regina Ciclarum project follows the Tevere from its springs to the sea along the future tiberina fluvial cycleway. it crosses two regions (Umbria and Lazio), going on for 400km and passing through different environments teaching about the relationship between man and nature.

Pros

  • Suitable for people with a minimum of training
  • Bath by the sea
  • Taste a piece of Calamari and Prawns in Fiumicino
  • Escape the chaos of the city and go to the e-bike adventure
  • Pedal at your own pace

Cons

  • Not suitable for children
  • Tracts of dirt road

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

Bicycl-e Lungotevere Bike Point – vedi su Google Map
Castel Sant’Angelo from Tevere cycle path – vedi su Google Map
Ponte Sisto – vedi su Google Map
Piazza Trilussa – vedi su Google Map
Isola Tiberina from Tevere cycle path – vedi su Google Map
Gazometro – vedi su Google Map
Regina Ciclarum – Sezione Gravel – vedi su Google Map
Porto di FIumicino – vedi su Google Map