A relaxing and educational tour along the Appia Antica path, surrounded by nature and far from city traffic. Here, you can find a large number of landmarks and monuments telling the story about Rome’s Republican period and the Empire.
Some of the most famous things to visit are: Porta San Sebastiano and Aurelian Walls, the Tomb of Geta, the Tomb of Priscilla, the area of the Imperial Palace and Circus of Maxentius, the large round Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, the Catacombs of St. Sebastian and Praetextatus.
The numerous churches along the Appian Way date back to Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times. One of these is St. Mary in Palmis Church, better known as “Chiesa del Domine Quo Vadis”.
During this tour for wheelchair users you can also find Medieval towers and fortresses, often built on the ruins of ancient Roman monuments, such as the castle built by the Tusculum Counts around the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella. Finally, you can admire the gothic ruin of the Church of St. Nicholas.
It is not possible to book this Accessible Tour for: Sundays and Mondays.
During this tour for wheelchair users you’ll visit: Catacombs of St. Sebastian, the area of Massenzio Circus’s, the area of Cecilia Metella’s Mausoleum and Castle.