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Route Guide

This half-day route crosses the Roman countryside, you will travel along a path whose history dates back to 312 BC. On your journey, explore some historic sites along the Appian Way, enjoy great views (great for taking photos), and continue to Roman burial sites. Plus, get excited as you pedal alongside Rome's ancient aqueducts in the Parco degli Acquedotti. This itinerary will give you a deeper understanding of the history, nature and art of the Eternal City. Finally, head to the Caffarella Park and the Tor Fiscale Park! Here you will be pleasantly enchanted while you are immersed in the splendid nature of the Roman countryside. Make sure you take some photos before returning to the starting point.

Did you know?

The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella risked being demolished by Bernini, by order of Pope Urban VIII, to obtain the material for the completion of the Trevi fountain. Fortunately the Roman people opposed and the monument remained in its place.


  • Suitable for everyone
  • Explore the Via Appia Antica, Caffarella park and Aqueducts park 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
  • Only on Sundays via Appia Antica is closed to car traffic

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

Appia Antica Caffè Bike Point – vedi su Google Map
Parco degli Acquedotti – vedi su Google Map
Parco di Tor Fiscale – vedi su Google Map
Parco della Caffarella – vedi su Google Map
Ninfeo di Egeria – vedi su Google Map
Chiesa Domine Quo Vadis – 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