Appian Way Aqueducts eBike tour with Catacombs and lunch box

duration 5 hours
Tour in bici della via Appia Antica
Appian way Gladiators and Catacombs
Appian way Gladiators and Catacombs
San callisto
appian way bike tour
appian way bike tour
Appia anf picnic
Appia and lunch box
Appia and lunch box
Appian way Gladiators and Catacombs
Morning
at 9:00 am every day

Afternoon

at 1.00 pm Mar-Apr-Sep-Oct
at 2.30 pm from May to Ago

Adult    € 75
Trailer bike (less than 4/7 ft)    € 53
Infant (Child seats until 25 kg)    free

Note: less than 4/7 ft, children will have a bike attached to their parent’s

Max weight: 120 KG – 265 pounds

We are in Via dei SS. Quattro 58
Free cancellation
Up to 24 hours in advance.

How it works:

  • To obtain a refund, you must cancel the experience at least 24 hours before the start time, bank charges equivalent to 4% will be deducted in all cases.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience start time, the amount paid will not be refunded.
  • Closing times are based on the local time of the experience.
  • To cancel your booking you will need to contact us by email info@romastarbike.com or fill in the form on the following contact us page.

Appian Way Aqueducts, Catacombs: fantastic experience in eBike with box lunch

The Catacombs of St. Callixtus

St. Callixtus’s Catacombs are part of the so-called Callistian complex, an area of about 30 hectares between the Via Appia Antica, the Via Ardeatina and the Via delle Sette Chiese, in Rome, which houses various funerary areas and catacombs
The catacombs arose towards the end of the 2nd century, with some private Christian hypogea and a funerary area directly dependent on the Roman church. They take their name from the deacon Callisto I, appointed by Pope Zephyrinus to administer the cemetery itself. Having in turn ascended the papal throne, Pope Callistus I enlarged the funerary complex, which soon became the official one of the Church.

Ancient Appian Way Regional Park

This tour takes you through the Ancient Appian Way Regional Park, one of the largest urban protected areas in Europe. You will be immerse in the history of the Ancient Appian Way, a 4th century BC roman road, over 500km long that connected Rome to Brindisi, south of Italy. Not only a military road but a road the hides a lots of secrets, beautiful villas and historical sites. You will pass by the Circus of Maxentius, the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, to name a few. 

Our Appian Way E-bike Tour is one of the most captivating experiences we offer. The ancient Appian Way is a testament to Rome’s storied past, showcasing a wealth of history, culture, and art. This unique itinerary has been carefully crafted to introduce you to a magnificent road adorned with incredible monuments and landmarks.

Break with lunch box

A very much deserved break in the Holy Wood surrounded by Appia will give you the chance to learn the romantic love story of Egeria and Numa Pompilio while tasting the roman specialties in your the lunch box.
Appian Way Aqueducts with Catacombs and lunch box

TOUR ITINERARY

  • Porta San Sebastiano
  • Catacombs of Saint Callixtus
  • Parco della Caffarella
  • Ninfeo di Egeria
  • Break in the Aqueducts Park to tasting the specialties in the your lunch box
  • Villa dei Quintili
  • Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella
  • Circo di Massenzio
  • Caracalla Bath

The Aurelian Walls will pave the way for the most exciting tour that our company will reveal to its guests. Join us as we ride our professional electric bikes through the meadows and archaeological sites of the Appian Way Regional Park.

Included

  • Entrance to the Catacombs
  • High quality e-bike
  • Tour Guide in Italian and English (French/German/Spanish upon request)
  • Helmet
  • Child seats (until 25 kg)
  • Mobile Phone and Object holder
  • Lunch Box

Itinerary