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Top 5 things to see on your Rome bike tour

Not only is cycling Rome's antique streets and hills a great way to keep fit, it also grants you access to views and landmarks that bus tours simply can't reach inside this densely-packed city!

Pantheon

Pantheon

See this magnificent former pagan temple from the Piazza della Rotonda. Its importance as a Catholic church since 609 AD means it's perhaps Rome's best-preserved ancient building.

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain

Dating back to 1762, the Baroque Trevi fountain is one of the most famous in the world. Tossing coins into it is a popular custom, and raises a daily €3,000 to help feed Rome's poor!

Appian Way

Appian Way

Sunny day? There's no better way of spending it than cycling out of Rome to explore ancient aqueducts and the Circus of Maxentius along this historically significant road.

Campo de' Fiori
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Campo de' Fiori

The "Field of Flowers" is, in fact, one of Rome's favorite market squares. Even if you arrive too late for the daily market, it brims with life well into the night.

Trastevere

Trastevere

A multicultural heritage has formed a unique way of life in Trastevere, beloved by tourists and locals alike. You won't get a tour bus down its narrow maze of lively alleys!

Planning Your Visit

How hard is it?

Rome is renowned for its hills and, with so much to see, the city's bicycle tours average about three or four hours. If you're unsure, choose an itinerary that avoids scaling hills wherever possible, or contact your tour provider for more information.

How safe is it?

The threat posed by Rome's infamously dense traffic is balanced out somewhat by how slow-moving it is, and the city has seen a huge upsurge in the number of cyclists taking to its streets since the recession. It's safer than you might think, but the transition into a truly bike-friendly city is still underway. Don't think you can get away without a helmet and hi-vis vest!

What people are saying about Rome

Guide had a love of of the history of Rome and the gardens we toured

We arrived late but everyone was understanding. Helmets were provided. Bikes were not top of the line but fine.The historcal knowledge of our guide was very impressive and he did a great job of adjusting to our 3 childrens levels of understanding. Most of the tour was in the gardens however the minimal amount of street riding gave us bragging rights to cliam we went biking in the city of Rome! Doing tours like this is a great way to keep the kids having fun while gaining knowledge of history and appreciation of another culture. Water was provided and a great cafe right next door made it possible to refuel after the ride. I'd love to do a longer tour of the city streets early morning when traffic is light. Guide and shopworkers spoke perfect English. Great website mades booking reservation before you leave for your trip to Rome easy. Rome would be a better place to visit and live if all the tourists used bikes and not buses. Support bike tours in Rome by taking this fabulous tour.

Rome: Guided Villa Borghese Gardens Bike Tour Reviewed by Maura, 07/30/2019

The best day in Rome hands down, fun and fascinating for everyone!

Niccolo was a fantastic guide. He was friendly and knowledgeable on architecture, history and culture. We had my 15 and 11 year old son with us and could have spent the entire day riding around with him. The route took us out of Rome through the country and afforded beautiful vistas and close up encounters with Roman history not available in the tourist choked city. Although the day was hot, the E-bikes and the shade made our ride easy and cool. There were also frequent stops along the way for water and exploration, not to mention herds of goats and sheep that were using the same roads we were. Next time in Rome we want Niccolo for the whole day tour to the aquaducts. Can’t recommend this tour enough.

Rome: Appia Antica 3-Hour Electric Bike Tour Reviewed by Gwen, 06/28/2019

Fantastic way to see the catacombs and aqueduct

This tour was run very well. The equipment used is very good. The logistics of the tour were very good. The price was well worth the tour which included the bike rental, catacombs guided tour, lunch and a bike tour guide that gave us a good overview of the history. There was some riding in the city with the traffic, but I felt safe with our guide - Alessandro - at all times. I definitely would recommend, and may even do again when I come back to Rome with my family.

A not to be missed for bike riding enthusiasts!

Our guide was exceptional was we traveled outside of Rome on the Apian Way. Our 10 year old grandson found the experience to be incredible as we learned, rode and toured parts of Rome otherwise not usually seen on a quick trip to Rome. The electric assisted bike was a God-send for us on the several hills we had to climb.

Rome: Appia Antica 3-Hour Electric Bike Tour Reviewed by Helene, 07/25/2019

A great trip with a fantastic guide Carmen!

We had a great experience to go by bike to the Catacombs and saw the beautiful countryside with a fantastic guide Carmen! We will recommend this trip by bike to our friends! Carmen are so well educated in the historiy of Rom. The bike was great and the food taste good! This edventure was the best day of our trip!