You'll be able to ride at your leisure along the most ancient highway in the world. The park covers 3,400-acres along 16km (10-miles) of the Roman road preserving important ancient Roman tombs and villas. The Appia Antica Regional Park has five bicycle trails and there are several free monument that you can visit, such as Circus and Villa of Massenzio, Villa Capo di Bove, Museum of the Walls, as well as monuments with an entry fee (not included). Bikes for adults, children, child seat for infants up to 20kg (must be booked in advance), safety helmets and chain-locks are included in the price.
Biking along the Appia Antica you'll see many monuments that bear witness to the ancient history of Rome. There are numerous medieval towers and fortifications, often built on the ruins of Roman monuments, as well as renaissance and baroque churches along the Appian Way. Some monuments are free, however some do have entry fees, and differ in opening hours. A guide to these may be obtained from the bike rental office. Pedal bikes as well as E-bikes (electric) are available for rental. This tour is fully customizable to fit your schedule and needs.Bike trails include: Caffarella Valley, Casal Rotondo to Frattocchie, Cecilia Metella to Casal Rotondo, Porta Capena to Cecilia Metella and Castello Caetani, and the Aqueducts.The Park's aims are conservation and enhancement of its territory to allow people to enjoy the extraordinary scenic beauty, to learn about and study this fundamental historic, artistic and natural heritage.