Chiesa del Domine Quo Vadis?
This pint-sized church marks the spot where St Peter, fleeing Rome, met a vision of Jesus going the other way. When Peter asked:...
Via Appia Antica
Named after consul Appius Claudius Caecus who laid the first 90km section in 312 BC, ancient Rome’s regina viarum (queen of roads) was...
Museo delle Mura
Marking the start of Via Appia Antica, the 5th-century Porta San Sebastiano is the largest of the gates in the Aurelian Wall. During...
A small, snug wine bar, this is run by two knowledgeable brothers who will suggest the best wines from their 300-strong list without...
Via Appia Antica 68 · interesting places nearby
Trattoria Priscilla information
Set in a 16th-century former stable, this intimate family-run trattoria has been feeding hungry travellers along the Appian Way for more than a hundred years, serving up traditional cucina Romana, so think carbonara, amatriciana and cacio e pepe . The tiramisu wins plaudits.