Lazio Extreme sports & adrenaline

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Appia Antica: Full Day Bike Rental with Customizable Routes

1. Appia Antica: Full Day Bike Rental with Customizable Routes

Make the most of your time in Rome by getting into off the beaten path on a bike ride through Appian Way Regional Park. Customize the itinerary according to your interests and stop when you want at the highlights of the Appian Way.  Discover one of the most beautiful protected areas in Rome far away from hustle and bustle of the city. Bike along safe paths in the Appia Antica Park and see the sighs from this perspective or travel along original cobblestones at your own pace.

Rome: Ancient Appian Way, Aqueducts & Catacombs E-Bike Tour

2. Rome: Ancient Appian Way, Aqueducts & Catacombs E-Bike Tour

Hop aboard a comfortable bike on this guided electric mountain bike tour along the Appian Way. Admire remarkable sights like the 2,300-year-old Ancient Appian Way roads, Roman aqueducts, Christian catacombs, and the defensive Aurelian Walls. Start with a short ride to the Ancient Appian Way. Pass ancient tombs and the ruins of an imperial palace. Along the way, your guide will point out the beauty of the Roman countryside, the engineering genius of the ancient Romans, and the early Christian history which shaped the world.  Discover how the Appian Way, aqueducts, catacombs, and Aurelian Walls played an important role in Rome's rise, golden age, and decline. Take a break from riding to head underground to the catacombs of S. Callisto, or S. Sebastiano, and uncover the haunting history within on a guided tour.  Continuing by bike, pass mausoleums, tombstones, and villas. Stop at the Park of the Aqueducts, where stretches of colossal arches stand out against the afternoon sky. Explore Rome's urban texture at the Caffarella Valley and enjoy a surprise before riding back to the starting point.

Rome: Bike Rental

3. Rome: Bike Rental

Discover the city of Rome by bike and spare your feet! Climb the 7 hills on a comfortable bike and cycle through the narrow streets, going from highlight to highlight in an easy and fast way. Our agile Trekking bikes come with a sturdy front suspension fork and at least 24 gears. The E-City Bike and E-Mountain Bike run on smooth and reliable Bosch or Yamaha electric motors. All are equipped with anti-puncture tires and comfortable saddles. This will make your ride down the cobblestone roads or along the uneven ancient Appian Way an easy, safe and fully enjoyable experience.

Rome: Electric Car Rental

4. Rome: Electric Car Rental

Take a fun Renault Twizy electric car for 5 hours to discover the magical city of Rome. Discover monuments, museums, gardens, fountains and palaces. Gaze at stunning views of the Rome skyline from sunrise to sunset, or at night illuminated by the city lights. Stop at your own discretion to take pictures and capture unforgettable and memorable moments. Enjoy Rome at your own pace in an eco-friendly mode of transport. Relax and take in the sights  with space for a friend in this comfortable 2 seater car. Receive 15 minutes of training and feel confident to explore this beautiful city as you wish.

From Rome: Mountain Biking in the Rieti Valley Day Trip

5. From Rome: Mountain Biking in the Rieti Valley Day Trip

After a one-hour vehicle ride, visit Marco's coffee shop in a local market for an amazing coffee/tea. Afterward, we’ll jump right to the action of our Rieti Valley trails. There are numerous hidden routes, from beginner to advanced singletrack or trails so according to the skill level of our group. Plenty of opportunities to take scenic photos of the super famous St Francis Way but with me we’ll reach those stops from the back door, using beautiful bike trails through lakes and 360y old oak trees forest that walkers can’t reach. Valley trails you wouldn't find and see without me as your guide. Next, we'll stop at a favorite local farm restaurant to meet Marinella at her Villa from the 15th century to hear lots of secret stories of the Medieval Valley while we eat. Finally, say goodbye at Terni Train station.

Abruzzo: Vineyard Jeep Tour with Tastings

6. Abruzzo: Vineyard Jeep Tour with Tastings

Discover the beauty of the Teramo Hills in a jeep safari tour. With our staff, you'll reach our vineyards at the top of the hill, where you can discover our cultivations, touch the vineyards, and learn about the types of grapes we grow and the methods of processing: a full immersion in contact with nature, with a unique view, halfway between the sea and the mountains. After the Safari Tour, we will return to the winery for the tour, where you will learn how to refine our wines and see the largest barrel in Europe, over 1,000 hectoliters. Together with our staff you will continue the tasting: 5 wines that represent the Abruzzo tradition, but always with an eye for innovation and sustainable quality, accompanied by an aperitif with bruschetta with our own oil, cold cuts and cheeses typical of the area, to end with Abruzzo cantuccini, the perfect pairing with one of the most representative sweet wines of Abruzzo, Vino Cotto.

Rome: Half-Day Ancient Appian Way & Aqueducts E-Bike Tour

7. Rome: Half-Day Ancient Appian Way & Aqueducts E-Bike Tour

The Roman countryside boasts plenty of remarkable vistas. There’s plenty to take in on this half-day cycling tour, from the 2,300-year-old cobblestone roads to the ancient ruins and the incredible scenery. After a short urban ride, you will reach the beginning of the Ancient Appian Way and then continue to cycle past ancient tombs and the ruins of an imperial palace. As you ride, your guide will share interesting historical facts that will open your eyes to the Rome beyond the monuments. Leaving the Ancient Appian Way, you will follow the ancient aqueducts through the Roman countryside, where you might feel like you are in the wild side of Rome of centuries ago. After a pleasant ride back, your tour ends with a return to central Rome.

Appian Way, Aqueducts Park, Tor Fiscale and Caffarella Park

8. Appian Way, Aqueducts Park, Tor Fiscale and Caffarella Park

This half-day bike tour through the Roman countryside begins when you get on the bike path that runs parallel to the Lungotevere. Leave the bustling city behind to travel along the ancient Appian Way. You’ll be traveling along a path whose history dates all the way back to 312 BC! During your journey, you will take breaks to explore the historical sites along the Appian Way, enjoy the beautiful sights, and continue your ride to the Roman burial sites. Follow your expert guide to gain first-hand experience of the ancient aqueducts of Rome in the Parco degli Acquedotti. This tour will provide a deeper understanding of the history, nature, and art of the Eternal City - what the Roman poet Tibullus called Rome in the 1st century BC. Then you will head to Parco della Caffarella and the Parco Tor Fiscale. Here, you will be immersed in the lush nature of the Roman countryside while exploring the historical remains of Ancient Rome. Pay attention to your guide as he fascinates you with the many rich stories of Ancient Rome. Make sure to utilize the free time allotted for taking pictures before heading back to the meeting place, where the tour will end.

From Rome: Velino River Packrafting & Rieti Tour with Lunch

9. From Rome: Velino River Packrafting & Rieti Tour with Lunch

After a one-hour vehicle ride, we'll visit Marco's coffee shop in a local market for an amazing coffee/tea. After a short safety briefing and paddling technique session on calm waters, set off for an exploration of the beautiful nature in the historical Velino’s river. Throughout the tour there is a possibility to swim and learn how to face the rapid. Rieti is an excellent location for new paddlers to experience packrafting for the first time, or for experienced packrafters to enjoy a stunning paddle through the scenic green waterways. No packraft experience is needed to enjoy the tour, as patient guides will be with you every step of the way. Afterward, we'll stop by the Roman bridge that enters to the medieval town of Rieti, considered an important central location since Roman times. The cathedral of Rieti’s construction began in 1109 at a sight of an ancient basilica. In the 17th century, the cathedral was almost totally rebuilt. The bell tower of the cathedral is very exquisite, it dates back to the 13th century and is Romanesque in style. Next, passing by another medieval experience, the cozy village of Contigliano to then stop at our last stop of the tour at the family-run agriturismo to eat their olive oil and own farm’s food production. Your tour ends at the Terni train station where we say goodbye.

Rome: 3-Hour Private Dark History Tour

10. Rome: 3-Hour Private Dark History Tour

Experience a different side of Rome and follow a curious itinerary full of mystery, intrigue, and conspiracies. Hear about the city's dark history and its former citizens who may still wander the streets as restless souls. Meet your guide and prepare for a different type of tour in the Eternal City. Wander around Rome's city center as you pass by the clues and hints of cruel and consequential happenings of the past. Listen to the story of Beatrice Cenci, who was accused of her father's murder and a victim of an unfair trial. Visit the crime scene where Caravaggio committed a murder that would drastically change his life and remarkably influence his artistic production. Pass by the house of Mastro Titta, the Vatican executioner, sometimes spookily seen offering tobacco to his victims before execution. Learn about the greedy Pimpaccia, sister-in-law of Pope Innocent X, whose ghost sometimes appears in Piazza Navona. Visit the place where Julius Caesar fell victim to conspiracy and learn about the intrigues of the late Roman Republic Understand how Rome's complicated heritage has brought the city and its citizens to where it is today. Feel like a real local as you get a deeper and different level of knowledge of the city.

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This is an excellent way to see Rome outside of the city center! Our guide, Arina, was exceptional! For us the catacombs & a heard of goats on the ancient Roman roadway were highlights! The only negative for our experience was an older couple who said they had not ridden a bike in 50 years. The poor couple had a terribly difficult time riding, navigating traffic, and staying with the group. Therefore, my recommendation would be - only do this if you are comfortable on a bicycle. You will be on roads with cars/trucks for a portion of the time.

I had an amazing time on this e-bike tour. It really helps you discover the hidden gems in the city. However, since it is a 5 hour tour, make sure you carry some water and get some food before your tour. Overall, I recommend this tour if you are a healthy, adult looking to explore some hidden gems in Rome.

Very fun and very educational. Klaus was upbeat and made us all feel safe. He was enthusiastic and educated about Roman history. Fun guy for sure! I was worried since I haven’t ridden a bike in 10 years but the e-bikes are easy to operate with little effort. Highly recommend!

This was a great tour - lots of interesting historical facts and cool sites to stop at outside of what you’d typically visit in the city or on other tours. The e-bikes were very easy to use and not physically demanding.

The trip was great. Bikes were in good condition, guide spoke English well enough and knew the area and history. The route itself was beautiful.