Begin your morning bike tour in Campo de'Fiori square, where you'll meet your guide. After a short briefing about traffic rules and bike safety, it's time to set off on an exciting city ride. Cruise through the maze of the narrow cobbled streets of Rome, stop and see the archaeological area of Largo Argentina. and then Discover the spot where Julius Cesar was stabbed on the Ides of March.
Your route leads directly past Capitoline Hill, the imposing Trajan Column and the Roman Forum – a grandiose district of temples, basilicas and vibrant public spaces.– and then on to Colosseum , where you’ll stop to go into Rome's biggest amphitheatre where you'll
learn all about what it was like to
fight in the ancient Roman
Afterwards, pedal east , stop your bike and explore with your professional local guide the stunning ruins of the Baths of Caracalla, one of the largest and best preserved ancient thermal complexes in the world. Walk through the Gymnasium, Calidarium, Tepidarium, Frigidarium, and Natatio: Immense rooms that inspired modern architecture.
Afterwards pedal west to our last stop, the Circus Maximus, to admire the remains of the greatest chariot racing arena of Ancient Rome .
. During each leg of the tour, you’ll have a chance to pause, ask questions to your guide and snap some memorable photos. Your 4-hour ride ends at the starting point.