1. Rome: Appian Way Sunset E-Bike Tour w/ Catacombs & Aperitif
Cycle through the countryside of Rome and enjoy its most well preserved landscape as the sun sets over the hills. Our bike depot near the Circus Maximum is the best place to reach the Appian Way and the countryside of Rome since its the closest point to get there without having to cycle through the city traffic. From the start of your tour you will be cycling through bike lanes and country paths, with the exception of one short section on open road with traffic. Take a guided tour with a priest from the best preserved of Romes catacombs, the Catacombs of St. Callisto (unless closed in which case we visit St. Sebastian) after just a few minutes of starting. They will take you underground to visit the site where the Christians of the first 3 centuries after Christs death met and prayed together, digging out a maze of tunnels and chambers where they buried their dead in christian doctrine. Continue to the first section of the Appian Way and see the original paving stones, huge blocks of rock cut from the ground and used to pave the Roman Empires most important road. Cycling across these blocks and along the dirt paths and trails towards the Park of the Aqueducts approximately 5 kilometers away. Cycle through this beauty of Rome as the sun sets and casts a golden color over the huge blocks of stone that were used to build the ancient worlds most extensive system of water supply: The Park of the Aqueducts. Marvel at the engineering of the ancient Romans as the sun sets over the countryside, making it all more speculator. Cycle alongside these huge structures as we make our way back towards the start, passing by the Cafarella Valley. Stop for a drink at an exclusive location nestled alongside ancient tombs in the Appia Antica Park in the Cafarella Valley before we reach our starting point and finish your experience back at the Circus Maximus.