Riding an electric bike over the "Queen of Roads"
Ready to ride for more than 19 miles on an eBike enjoying amazing landscapes and ruins of the roman countryside? You won't be bothered by uphills as you can choose how sensitive the contribution of the battery must be for you not to feel the weariness. This tour is infact tailored on any possible rider doesn't matter your fitness level as the ebike will constantly assist you on any surface and condition.
Let's taste the benefit of an ebike on the Appian Way, an incredible masterpiece of engineering, connecting Rome with the south-eastern part of the empire and built in 312 BC by Appius Claudius Caecus, a politician.
With a length of 360 roman miles, most of them still with the original basalt blocks paving, the Appian way is the longest ancient roman road still preserved and location of important historical events like the crucifixion of Spartacus' 6000 soldiers along the road, the capture of Rome by the Allies during WWII and in 1960 summer Olympics, part of the men's marathon course.
- Short ride from the meeting point to the beginning part of the Appian Way
- Aqueduct of Claudius
- Circus Maximus
- Bath of Caracalla
- Arch of Druso
- Porta San Sebastiano
- Church of "Domine quo vadis"
- Villa di "capo di bove"
- Park of the Aqueducts (a gem!! a doozy for my riders! off the beaten path on all the traditional bike tours)
I can customize the tour, please inquire for a quote.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: We meet at the eBike rental shop Via di San Pantaleo, 60 close to Piazza Navona
End Point Options: Suggested by Guide: The tour ends at the eBike rental shop Via di San Pantaleo, 60 close to Piazza Navona
Duration: 5 hours 30 min.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euro - Expenses, drinks, souvenirs
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks