Walk along the ancient Appian Way. Appian Way is the oldest and was once the most important street in ancient Rome. Today it is also known as the royal way. Let’s take the street that millions of people have walked in before us and look at the individual buildings that still stand here. During this walk, we will admire the ruins of a villa that once belonged to the ruler Massenzio, the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, and the beautiful dominion of Capo di Bove with a spa.
We will also remember the rise and fall of the Republic of Rome and take a closer look at important moments in the rich history of Rome. In addition, we will admire the surrounding nature and beautiful scenery.
Due to restrictions the number of visitors is limited to a maximum of 17 people. People must keep an appropriate distance of at least one meter from each other and everyone must have a mask. It is possible to book a place via e-mail or SMS.
Place: The Appian Way, Rome, Italy
Date: Saturday, June 20, 2020
Tickets: 2-13 €
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 3895711466
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