THE ANCIENT APPIAN WAY BY SEGWAY

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The ancient Appian Way, built in 312 B.C. by the consul Appius Claudius, is the oldest and most famous of the Roman roads. Also known as "Regina Viarum", it connected Rome to the port of Brindisi, on the Adriatic coast. The urban stretch of the ancient Appian Way still hosts impressive Roman monuments such as the Circus of Maxentius and the Tomb of Caecilia Metella, as well as the most famous Christian underground cemeteries in the world, the catacombs, a maze of tunnels running under the Appian Way for tens of kilometres.

Price for person: 78,00
Minimum 2 person
Departure time: 10.00 - 16.00
Duration: 3h
Available: only on Sundays

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