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Rome by Bike
A different way to approach the monuments of Rome.
A different way to approach the monuments of Rome. A bike trail allows you to enjoy the city from a privileged point of view. The effort is rewarded with sights of unexpected glimpses, monumental views and refreshing stops.
The real soul of a multiform and complex city such as Rome is can be better perceived when moving around by bike; our attempt will be to offer you a less conventional aspect of Rome, trying to skip the hilliest part of the Seven Hills!
We rent the bikes at Via del Corso, the main street of Rome. We pedal to Piazza del Popolo, via di Ripetta, the Ara Pacis until the heart of the political life of Italy: the Parliament, Chigi Palace, the Column of Marcus Aurelius. Then, we visit the Pantheon, the greatest temple of the ancient Rome, where we can also stop for a refreshing ice-cream and we pass by Piazzza Navona in order to reach the Renaissance quarter: Campo de’ Fiori, Farnese Square and via Giulia.

We see Piazza Venezia and the National Monument before taking the Fori Imperiali, which leads to the Colosseum. We tour around the Circus Maximus, from where we admire the ruins of the Caesar’s Palaces and we return towards Piazza Venezia in order to reach the Trevi Fountain. Then, to the Spanish Steps and finally, back to the via del Corso, where the tour ends.

Length: 3 hours

Note: Easy itinerary which fits everyone.