Guided walking tour in the Roman countryside
Leave the chaos of the city center of Rome and get to the countryside: in 20 minutes you'll find yourselves on a green and silent hill surrounded by coloured marbles and ancient Roman walls only!
It it true that Commodus fought in the ring like a Gladiator?
And did he really kill all the people who he thought were conspiring against him?
Where was Commodus assassinated?
The outstanding ruins of Villa dei Quintili on the Appian Way will enchant you for their beauty and the unbelievable information they provide about their owners: the Quintili brothers and the Emperor Commodus!
IMPORTANT: Please, before booking click on the "Message Guide" button to request more information. I will provide you suggestions on timing to get the best from this experience!
Walking tour to the archaeological site of Villa dei Quintili.
Visit to the small "antiquarium" museum and short walk on the ancient Appian Way included!
The site entrance is located on Via Appia Nuova. it is easly reachable by bus no. 118 from Piazza Venezia or Piazza del Colosseo (approx. 40 min. ), or by taxi (approx. 25 min. ).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Main entrance of the "Villa dei Quintili" archaeological site.
Address: Via Appia Nuova, 1092.
The entrance is located right in front of the bus no. 118 station.
End location: Same place.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 EUR - per person - Entrance fee to the Villa dei Quintili.
Free for european and non-european people under 18 with ID.
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
Please, before booking click on the "Message Guide" button to request more information.
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Valentina was great. She shared with us her great interest in, and knowledge of, archeology and with great enthusiasm provided a lot of interesting information about the Via Appia and the Villa de Quirili. After the tour, we were all convinced that the four or us should have studied archeology.