This private Appian Way Ebike Tour makes you discover the beauty of the most important of ancient Roman roads, built over 2300 years ago and extremely well preserved, the Appia Antica, Regina Viarum (the queen of the roads). It was a key connection between Rome and southern Italy, where the commercial routes to Greece and Middle East departed from.
We start at our office, located on Piazza Mattei, and before getting to the Appian Way, you stop at the Circus Maximus, the biggest stadium of all time, and enjoy a view of the Palatine Hill.
The private Appian Way Ebike Tour then proceeds to the Baths of Caracalla, and heads south riding past the Roman Tombs of Scipio and passing the Aurelian Walls through the Porta San Sebastiano, the largest and best preserved of all Roman gates. From here begins the Appian Way. We continue alongside the road, stopping at the Church of Domine Quo Vadis and at the Catacombs of Saint Callixtus and San Sebastian, to learn about the life of the early Christian communities.
Next stop of this Appian Way ebike tour is at the ruins of the Complex of Massenxius, and we get to the magnificent Tomb of Cecilia Metella. Alongside the road, stand many tombs and ruins, up to the remains of the Villa of the Quintili.Best of Rome by Ebike
This Rome Ebike private tour will take you to some of the best highlights of the Eternal City as well as to amazing panoramic points. You won’t get tired of cycling thanks to the comfort and the help of our Ebikes, and since the tour is private you can change the itinerary as per your wishes.
This private tour of Rome by Ebike tour starts in the late afternoon at our office on Piazza Mattei. From there, we ride through the old Jewish Quarter to listen to some interesting stories about the oldest Jewish community of the western world. Then we head for the Forum Boarium and ride up to the Aventine Hill to meet the sunset from the Orange Garden, that offers an amazing lookout over the city.
Afterwards, the Rome Ebike private tour we stop at the Circus Maximus, the huge stadium for the chariot races, also to look at the remains of the imperial palaces on the Palatine Hill. We reach the Colosseum, and after riding alongside the Roman Forum we admire Piazza Venezia, where the national monument of Italy is located. Our next stops are the Trevi Fountain then the Spanish Steps, centre of the shopping district.
We proceed further to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and reach the Vatican City after crossing the river and looking at the Castel of Saint’Angelo, before getting back to the office.