Bicycle ride on the Appian Way
The Appian Way is one of Rome’s ancient roads, connecting Rome to the Adriatic Port of Brindisi. This road was a marvel of Roman engineering at the time it was constructed, Protected content ago. It is a place for biking, viewing ancient Roman ruins, and taking a break from the hustle and bustle and crowds of tourists in Rome.
Join me for a morning ride on Sunday, June 16th at 9:00 am at the Protected content
The Protected content hires bikes and sells an assortment of sandwiches and fruit for lunch. They are open from 9 to sunset and their prices for bike rental are about 4 € for one hour, 7 € for 2 hours, 10 € for 3 hours, and 12 € for 4 hours. To bike the length of the Appian Way it took us exactly one hour.
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