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Pass By: Circus Maximus, Via del Circo Massimo Between Via dei Cerchi and Via del Circo Massimo, 00153 Rome Italy
Quick overview of the biggest chariot tace track in Ancient Rome and starting point of the Appian Way
Stop At: Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 52, 00153 Rome Italy
Among the biggest and most well preserved Roman bath; around 15000 people could bath at the same time!
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Arco Di Druso, Via Appia Via di Porta S. Sebastiano, 00179 Rome Italy
Mistaken for a triumphal arch, it is instead one of the arcades of the aqueduct made by Caracalla and meant to feed his Thermal baths.
Duration: 2 minutes
Pass By: Porta San Sebastiano, Via di Porta S. Sebastiano, 18, 00179 Rome Italy
The largest and among the best preserved of the gates in the defensive walls built by Aurelian in Rome.
Pass By: Chiesa del Domine Quo Vadis, Via Appia Antica, 51, Rome Italy
During the persecution of Christians ordered by the Emperor Nero, Saint Peter is fleeing Rome to avoid martyrdom, he meets Jesus where now the church is and asks him "Lord, where are you going?" and he replied "I go to Rome, to be crucified again". The apostle then understands that Jesus, with this sign, asks him to return to Rome and accept martyrdom, and he obeys.
Pass By: Catacombe di San Callisto, Via Appia Antica 110, 00179 Rome Italy
One of the biggest Catacombs in town. 50 Martyrs and 16 Popes buried here. We'll ride inside the Vatican City state as this area is among the extraterritorial properties of the Vatican in Rome!
Pass By: Catacombe San Sebastiano, Via Appia Antica 136, 00179 Rome Italy
The place where the relics of the apostles Peter an Paul were moved during the invasion of the barbarians to prevent them from being vandalized
Stop At: Via Appia Antica, Via Appia, Rome Italy
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.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Circus of Maxentius, Via Appia Antica 153, 00179 Rome Italy
Chosen as a location for the movie Ben Hur in 1959, the most well preserved ancient roman chariot race track, capable of around 10000 people
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Villa di Massenzio, Via Appia Antica 153, 00179 Rome Italy
An imperial villa of Rome, built by the Roman emperor Maxentius. The complex is located between the second and third mile of the Appian Way, it consists of three main buildings: the palace, the circus of Maxentius and the dynastic mausoleum.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella, Via Appia Antica, 161, 00178 Rome Italy
Monumental tomb meant to celebrate a member of an illustrious family of the 1st century BC boasting one of the members of the Triumvirate of Julius Caesar and the one who put an end to Spartacus' revolt
Stop At: Complesso di Capo di Bove - Parco Archeologico dell'Appia Antica, Via Appia Antica 222, 00178 Rome Italy
The baths of a vast land property of the 2nd century AD with mosaics still preserved
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Parco degli Acquedotti, Via Lemonia, 256, 00174 Rome Italy
The name derives from the presence under and overground of seven Roman and papal aqueducts that supplied ancient Rome
Duration: 30 minutes