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The Queen of roads

About the Appian Way tour

Leaving the city center of Rome for a walk into the nature and archaeology may be an experience you will remember forever.

Forget the traffic and big groups of tourists. 

If you are dreaming of walking the original Roman cobblestones, this is the tour you are looking for.

Tour info
When
everyday
Category
walking tour
Location
Rome, Appian Way
Duration
approx. 2,5 hours
Type
outdoor
Included
porta San Sebastiano, tomb of Caecilia Metella, Castrum Caetani

When

Everyday

Customizable

Fully customizable, according to your needs

Duration

Approx. 2,5 hours. May be extended. Eventual extra hours to be concorded in advance

Kids

If you have kids, please let me know when booking. For a tour specifically designed for kids, please check in the related section

Pack

Booking 3 or more tours you can have a special discount

Pick up

The pick up at your accomodation needs to be defined in advance

Tour Description

“All streets lead to Rome”: that’s almost true, and with this tour you can experience one of these streets.

The Appian way is one of the oldest streets built to connect Rome to other important cities. Starting not far from the Colosseum, it runs to south for hundreds miles.

In few hours you can walk the first few miles, from Porta San Sebastiano to the area of Roman tombs, and in the beautiful surrounding of the Roman countryside, enjoy the nature and re archaeological ruins.

Rates

1-5 people: 

  • €180 (up to 3 hours)
  • Each extra hour (or fraction) exceeding 3 hours: €60

6-10 people:

  • €240 (up to 3 hours)
  • Each extra hour (or fraction) exceeding 3 hours: €80

Email me for a customized quotation if your group is composed of more than 10 people.

Reservation policy

Non refundable deposit: although I do not request full payment of the tours and experiences until the day of your tour,  I request a  deposit which contains prepaid reservations which are NOT refundable to ensure your tour. 

I require from 50% to 70% deposit (depending by the tour) to cover prepayment of reservations and entrance tickets in advance.  Any prepaid deposit is NOT refundable as I am not able to receive a refund.

THIS TOUR can be rescheduled until 5 days before the tour.

What's included

Private guided tour (around 2,5 hours) of the Appian Way, mainly the following places: Porta San Sebastiano, Tomb of Caecilia Metella, Saint Sebastian church, Quo Vadis church, Castrum Caetani. The itinerary can customized to your wishes or needs, when possible.

A professional and licensed tour guide, according to the italian law.

Headset, for 6 or more people.

What's NOT included

Taxi or car to move from the meeting point to the location of the tour (if you choose the pick up in a specifical location).

Food and drinks.

Entraces to museum, archaeological areas, catacombs.

Everything else not clearly specified in the section “What’s Included”.

When

Everyday

Customizable

Fully customizable, according to your needs

Duration

Approx. 2,5 hours. May be extended. Eventual extra hours to be concorded in advance

Kids

If you have kids, please let me know when booking. For a tour specifically designed for kids, please check in the related section

Pack

If you book 3 or more tours you can have a special discount

Pick up

The pick up at your accomodation needs to be defined in advance

The Appian Way Gallery

Choose whatever you want

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