Crossing between via Erode Attico and via Appia Antica
- Pets allowed
- Tour guide
- Training shoes
The Roman countryside offers a remarkable natural setting!
With its 2300 years of history, the Appia Antica shows intact the signs of an illustrious and fascinating past, still well visible among the ruins that overlook the roadside.
The guide will reveal interesting historical anecdotes on the ancient ruins of the tombs and the imperial palace that you will meet on the way: Sepolcro dei Festoni e del Frontespizio, Mausoleo Circolare, Tomb dei Rabiri, Tomb Figli Sesto Pompeo, Torre di Capo di Bove and, lastly, the Tomb of Cecilia Metella.
Explore this beautiful area, be captivated by the view of the magnificent ancient aqueducts and the Aurelian walls and immerse yourself in nature in one of the most fascinating and evocative Roman Parks of the city!
Not so far from the end of the tour, you could admire at your peace the ruins of the Circo di Massenzio and the Catacambs of St. Sebastian.
Meeting point: crossing between via Erode Attico and via Appia Antica - IV Mile.
- Walk along the Appia Antica, one of the most important road of Ancient Rome
- Discover historical anecdotes about ancient tomb ruins
- Immerse yourself in nature, away from the chaos of the city
- Admire a remarkable natural setting in one of the most fascinating and evocative Roman Parks of the city
- Explore this beautiful road, carried away by the view of the magnificent ancient aqueducts and the Aurelian wall
- Walking Tour
- Professional guide
- Small Group MAX 10 participants
- Food and drinks
Duration: approx. 2 hours.
Languages: iItalian, English, French, Spanish.
COVID-19: IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
- Masks are required, please bring your own
- To reduce crowds, the number of visitors is limited