image/svg+xml Distance:

23

miles
Riding Time:

8

hrs
Total Ascent:

250

ft
Difficulty:

EASY

Route Guide

Ride a bike in the heart of Rome and discover tidbits and unique features that sometimes go unnoticed in everyday life, often new to citizens of the city as well. riding from villa borghese to the colosseum sure is a journey through the millennial history of the city that, because of different cycles and ages, retains the tradition and spirit of Rome. the bike will allow for a visit of the most part of the historical center, which you would certainly have missed if you had just walked around or taken public transportation. From Imperial Rome, to the baroque of Borromini, through unique villages of Trastevere to the stunning roman churches, just as a sample of what you could photograph through this fantastic bike route.

Did you know?

Piazza navona is the most beautiful baroque square in Rome, placed on Domiziano's ancient stadium's runway, with its perfectly recorded long rectangular shape, with one of the minor sides curved. the stadium was built by Domiziano, probably before 86 a.d., to serve as location for the greek athletic games that he particularly appreciated. it measured 275 meters in length by 106 in width, two main entrances were open in the center of the long sides, while another was placed in the center of the curved side. a calculation of the length of its staircase made it possible to reconstruct the potential audience capacity at about 30,000.

Pros

  • Suitable for everyone
  • Discover the main monuments of Rome
  • Ride inside the beautiful Villa Borghese
  • Plenty of parking options with our Bike Chain and facilities
  • Pedal at your own pace

Cons

  • Some of the climbs on the longer route may be difficult for young children. We recommend that you bring the bikes by hand

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

Bicycl-e Lungotevere Bike Point – vedi su Google Map
Tempio di Esculapio – vedi su Google Map
Terrazza del Pincio – vedi su Google Map
Galleria Borghese – vedi su Google Map
Orologio ad acqua del Pincio – vedi su Google Map
Piazza del Popolo – vedi su Google Map
Piazza di Spagna – vedi su Google Map
Fontana di Trevi – vedi su Google Map
Pantheon – vedi su Google Map
Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi – vedi su Google Map
Castel Sant’Angelo – vedi su Google Map
Piazza San Pietro – vedi su Google Map
Campo de’ fiori – vedi su Google Map
Ponte Sisto – vedi su Google Map
Piazza Trilussa – vedi su Google Map
Vicoli di Trastevere – vedi su Google Map
Ghetto Ebraico di Roma- vedi su Google Map
Altare della Patria – vedi su Google Map
Arco di Costantino – vedi su Google Map
Circo Massimo – vedi su Google Map
Bocca della Verità – vedi su Google Map
Isola Tiberina from Tevere cycle path – vedi su Google Map
Bicycl-e Lungotevere Bike Point – vedi su Google Map