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Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica

Via Appia Antica, 42, 00178 Rome, Italy
+39 06 512 6314
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Segway tour of Appian Way in Rome
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Bike Rental: Appia Antica Regional Park in Rome
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Via Appia Antica, 42, 00178 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I read several reviews on TA and got confused so this is what we did and had a fab day! - got a taxi at 9 am from our city centre hotel to Porto San Sebastiano, which cost 9 Euro. We couldn't climb the ancient...More

1  Thank JaneyC16
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Appia antica has been pillaged and is in dreadful condition, but it's a unique experience to cycle or walk along this piece of history. The buildings and tombs that once adorned it have been dismantled but you still can find some interesting ruins that...More

Thank Cimmerianbloke
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Walking on the Appian Way is a fantastic way to soak up the ancient history of this most beautiful of cities. The ancient road which was completed in 312 is an amazing site if you have an interest in the history of this once mighty...More

Thank Neil K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We hired bikes from the tourist information centre. We decided to walk to the info centre from the metro stop circo Massimo. It was a pleasant walk through parks and we stopped and saw the baths of Caracalla on the way. The entry fee for...More

Thank realtangobabe
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were there few months ago. It is a relaxing park and a very beautiful place to visit. Very nice when you need some time to have you mind free.

Thank Taz J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Biking the Appian Way was an absolute highlight of our trip to Rome. It can be a little confusing to figure out how to bike it because many guides recommend that you start at a little cafe which is a few miles in and others...More

5  Thank Shawn R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The easiest way to get to the start of Via Appia Antica is by taxi or Uber especially if you have a few people. Buses 118 and 228, and Archeobus are options but public buses can be sardine-packed and Archeobus costs $15 each. Uber or...More

Thank Davidlye70
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You could forget you were just outside a huge city, this was so peaceful. Tree-lined and almost rural feel. You can just wander along it for as long as you like and pick where you want to stop off for various points of historical interest....More

Thank Veronica H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Do not miss the Appian Way - a Roman treasure built thousands of years ago. You can walk along the path or cycle, but be warned. The road is very rough, so unless you are an experienced cyclist, walking may be safer. I also recommend...More

Thank Karin W
Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

This was a highlight of our time in Rome. We made our way there by bus then hired bicycles at the information centre. The woman there was helpful and informative and have us a detailed map of the route. The bikes are not great quality....More

Thank Kerry H
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Courtney C
Is it advisable to drive a rental car from the airport (FCO) to the park? Is there anywhere to park a car? Will we be far enough outside of Rome to avoid the madness of driving in the city? Would it be better to take a bus from Rome? We're actually trying to visit several sites via rental car (Parco degli Acquedotti, Ostia Antica) before heading into the city.
November 13, 2016|
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Response from CELizabethC | Reviewed this property |
We just used public transport the whole time. It was part of the fun and the city is quite compact. Most of the time we were on foot. Parking looked restricted at Appia Antica.
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Em D
We have someone taking us through the Parco. A little confused about getting there. We'll be coming from St. Peter's. Anyone, can you tell me the best way.
September 2, 2016|
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Response from Marco M | Property representative |
To get here from St. Peter's you can take Line A of the underground to San Giovanni Laterano and then bus Line 218 to Appia Antica / Domine Quo Vadis.
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jvhawaii
We will be in Rome mid December and want to add a bike ride onto the itinerary. This is our second time in Rome and have done the big Must See's already. December, although cold is a great time to visit. Nonetheless, how much time should we allow for taking our time and riding a bike through the Appian Way? We already did a Catacomb our last trip so I don't thing we need to do it again. Also, what else would be a good idea to do on this same day either before or after the bike ride? Thanks!
August 28, 2016|
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Response from randomtravler2016 | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest allowing 3 hours for the bike ride. I do not know what it will be like during December. Walking tour of Circus Maxentius would be nice to do after.
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