All roads lead to Rome, so don’t miss touring the oldest Roman road – the Appian Way. It was built during the reign of Claudius Appius the Blind in the 4th century BC. Initially, it connected Rome with the city of Capua in Campania, but soon it became one of the most important roads of the Empire.
Today, along this beautifully situated ancient road, we can encounter many testimonies of its unique past. Starting from the church of Quo Vadis, in which St. Peter had a miraculous vision of Christ, to the Christian catacombs of St. Sebastian. Ruins of tombs and villas of the Ancient Romans – a shadow of Rome’s glorious past, today draw a cleancut line in the sky and give us a sense of peace and romantic reflection.
This full day tour by electric bicycle or by car with driverensures a pleasant way to visit this charming and not yet fully explored part of the Eternal City. Away from the crowds and the noise of modern city, you’ll enjoy magnificent views of Castelli Romani and get acquainted with Rome’s rich history.
The peak moment of this expedition will be a wine tastingin a spectacular biological winery situated in the heart of the Regional park of Appia Antica. Here’s you’ll have the time to relax and enjoy a tasting of four prize winning wines along with some chees, cold cuts and oil from the farm.
After tasting, return to Rome by bike.