Rome bike tours

If you would live an energizing and vitalizing Rome’s tour you will visiting the Eternal City by bike experience. A Part of the historic city center – that includes spots like the Pantheon and Castel Sant’Angelo – is closed to traffic and, even considering that it is mainly a pedestrian area without real cycling routes, byciclers and pedestrians alike can enjoy the area’s life, history and beauty Rome bike tours can be free and exciting, find out more.


Bike Rent

Places to visit Rome by bike are a lot. If you are a tourist or not own a bicycles there are available for rent in some of Rome’s parks, as well as tandem bikes and rickshaws for groups and families. There are also private agencies that offer guided tours of the city’s monuments. Renting a bicycle with a group usually discovers that a helmet is offered as part of the package, along with a tour guide who can illustrate and describe the eternal beauty of Rome. Or choose to ride in Rome bike tours alone, guided by your instincts, perhaps mapping your journey with the help of several.


The other areas perfect for pedallers  are the city Parks especially Villa Borghese, which holds a surprise or two; its architectonic marvels and museums such as the Carlo Bilotti Museum and the Borghese Gallery are first among these. The Gallery is a veritable treasure chest of art and history, conserving marble works of rare beaty inside – Paolina Borghese by Antonio Canova and Apollo and Dafne by Bernini, in particular, in addition to painting masterpieces by Raffaello, Titian and Caravaggio. Feet or with bicycles suitable for routes on dirt roads. Monte Mario Reserve located on Balduina is an urban area belonging to the XIX Town Hall which is very demanding only for mountain bikes 4 sectors for 6.7 km overall. A little further north is the “Zodiac” the Astronomical Observatory, its cycle path begins at Via Gomenizza (downstream) good: via del Parco Mellini (upstream) it is 1.7 km long. Another beautiful park is Villa Pamphilj an easy recommended bike tours the route beginning in S. Pancrazio gate till Via Aurelia Antica 2,150 km.

On Sundays

You can find sections of the hystoric center running alongside the Campidoglio and stretching to the Colosseum is closed to traffic, making it ideal for cycling near the Imperial Forums in peace and freedom. It it could happen that the municipal administration closed to the traffic like the city’s sections too close Vatican Walls. city like the one near the Vatican. Rome has about 80 km (50 mi) of cycle paths and, although some of them boast a little less maintenance than others, Rome bike tours can be less feasible and fun. A favorite among the itineraries for Rome bike tours is that of the Lungotevere (bank of the river on the Tiber): with different entrances and a calm that you will not find in the rest of Rome, the river is the place where visitors can take the sounds and smells of nature and a wonderful view of this city without time from below.

Sustainable Mobility

A Rome bike tour developing more sustainable mobility for large cities such as Rome. Not only for the roads that green paths, the particular morphological characteristics of the city of Rome includes a strong concentration on the axes of the Tiber and Aniene rivers and the coast of Ostia. The Rome’s infrastructure for cycling makes it strategic and fun to navigate the many highlights of the city, both for those interested in simple and short excursions, both for those who are at ease with mixed routes, more intense and longer routes . At certain times of the day, it is even possible to take the bike on both the A and B subway lines and on the train to Ostia Lido, for a change of scenery and a swim in the ” Capital sea“.

“Spring and romance”: a perfect combination for those who choose to stay in Rome, away from the traffic and chaos of the capital but always in the heart of the eternal city. What is the better way to spend a few hours with your person your right person a girlfriend/boyfriend or in friendship. Immers yourself between one of beutiful green areas and into the ancient archaeological exhibits  finds of the marvelous parks of the Capital, perhaps with a breathtaking view. We has chosen for you some of the most romantic green areas of Rome, where even a moment can become important.



It is located in the quarter of Monteverde, on the Gianicolo (or the Roman Janiculum), just outside the Porta San Pancrazio in the ancient walls of Rome where the ancient road of the Via Aurelia commences. This park should be full of spring and romance, it  stretches over nine kilometers of perimeter between spectacular terraces and enchanting gardens. Villa Pamphili presents itself, a place where the history embraces the art and suggests romantic and suggestive atmospheres. The escape moments of encounter with nature and with the beauties that Rome reserves for its tourists but also for its inhabitants.



Open only in the spring months, the municipal rose garden is very suggestive and romantic in Rome. Besides the possibility of admiring about a thousand different species of roses, those who visit can experience the thrill of walking in an area of the city with a splendid view of the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill. Roseto was the site of Rome’s Jewish cemetery for centuries, before being presented to the city in the twentieth century. The rose’s garden in Rome opens to the public for the flowering season, and there are usually guided tours and special events, also open at night Villamusical shows.






One of the most famous parks in the world? Probably is Villa Borghese’s park, lacated in the historic center of the city is ideal for spending afternoons away from noise and bustle, walking through paths and sculptures and maybe stopping to admire Rome from one of the most beautiful views of the Capital, the Pincio terrace. Or, in spring summer, time make a stop at the Globe Theater, the only Elizabethan theater in Italy that offers, in the summer months, a rich program of Shakespearean shows.




Villa Torlonia, located about two kilometers from Porta Pia. It was purchased in 1797 by Giovanni Torlonia and later transformed into a  monumental complex (the restoration was entrusted to the architect Valadier), has entered the news and in history as the “Mussolini’s house”. Inside the Villa, you can enjoy the Limonaia and the liberty architecture of the Casina delle Civette. Near the Casina, there is the “Technotown” minicity amuses children with fake castings volcaniche, a news that explains how news works and virtual travel in ancient Rome.




A few steps from Rome, including fountains, water lilies, water games and caves, you will be Villa d’Este, also Unesco heritage. The garden really leaves without words for particularity and suggestion. Optimal for an out-of-town trip waiting for the summer on warm spring days

Photo by Cristina Gatti ©

Spring has sprung here in Italy and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Why? Here are four of our top reasons to visit Italy at the end of March, April or May. Welcome Spring With an appropriately upbeat to do list if you visit Rome.


Horti Farnesiani – Il Palatino’s secret garden

Since it was completed the restoration of the Farnese birders on the Palatine, the exhibition Horti Farnesiani is starting on wednesday 21th march tells, even with multimedia supports, the comparison between the magnificence at the time of the Farnese and the transformations over time on the secret garden of Palatino’s hill. In the mid-sixteenth century, the Farnese’s family had undertooked construction for a large garden with avenues, flowerbeds, trees, fountains, buildings, paintings, statues and other works of art that etchings, prints, paintings and writers in its splendor. The set of archaeological remains, renaissance fragments and natural elements is today the main reason to visit this wonderful though lost garden that the exhibition will recount after the recent restorations.


Sakura Hanami – EUR Lake

Hanami, litterally this term means admire flowers, its considered a classic of trees, especially that of cherry trees, in which they are called sakura. The Sakura bloom lasts for a short time, it starts towards the end of March, usually around 20-24 march and the maximum flowering occurs a few days later and lasts until the beginning of April when the Sakura present themselves to fade and in this period Hanami is celebrated. On July 20, 1959, Japan donated 2,500 cherry trees to Italy, many of which still surround the EUR lake. You can admire from the wonderful spring show offer by the Hanami blossoming


Roseto Comunale

From 21th april going to open Rome garden rose, you should start to visit the garden and combining with an exploration of the Aventine and its panoramic park. The Roseto is located very close to Circo Massimo home to around 1,100 varieties of botanical roses, ancient and modern from all over the world. The cultivated specimens come from all over the world: from the Far East to South Africa, from Old Europe to New Zealand, passing through the Americas. The Roseto was the site of Rome’s Jewish cemetery for centuries, before being presented to the city in the twentieth century. The rose’s garden in Rome opens to the public for the flowering season, and there are usually guided tours and special events, also open at night Villamusical shows.


Villa Priorato di Malta

The villa and garden of Malta’s Priorato are located on the Aventine Hill in Rome, is one of the two institutional seats of the government of the Sovereign Order of Malta. The Magistral villa, witch granted extraterritorial status by Italy. It also hosts the Grand Priory of Rome and the embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta to Italy. The Priorato palace is not immediately apparent, but look through the keyhole into the villa’s green door and you see the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica.




Why do we celebrate Women’s Day and Why should we celebrate it?

This internationally celebrated day has a very deep meaning and aims to spread the message that there can be no development without gender equality.
The keywords of the day are:

  • Female emancipation
  • Fight against violence
  • Leadership
  • Inclusion


Infact the UN officializated the International Women’s Day – but the day of the woman was born many years before with the workers demonstrating in New York in 1857, even if the origin dates back to 8 March 1909 in which works of works died in a fire in the textile textile ‘Cotton and Cotton’ where they worked in New York or according to other sources on March 8, 1917 when a St. Petersburg women showed up for the end of the First World War – March 8 is still a important, symbolic, significant date.

“Inclusion rider” Frances McDormand said this statement last night at 90th Oscar Accademy Night in which she urged all other female nominees to stand up and reminded had to tell and projects that needed financing. Quoting Stacy Smith during his speech at the TED TALK, who researches gender equality in film and television at the University of Southern California, has put it, it’s the idea that line “positions”, where women, people of color, and members of LGBT communities are traditionally underrepresented.

women's day woman travelling alone

New York City – United States

Are Looking for amazing places to travel alone in America? Explore the Big Apple’s outer boroughs and the streets of Manhattan with no arguments over which iconic landmark, cutting-edge galleries and world-famous museums to visit, as the MOMA. This city can be expensive, if you are not prepared to put your money as Carrie Bradshaw, in shopping and in expensive restaurants. You may also go rollerblading in Central Park, take a sightseeing cruise on the Hudson, people watch in Times Square, or browse a Brooklyn flea market and eating around typical markets on international neighborhoods.


Reykjavik – Iceland

The Institute for Economics and Peace has been have ranked Reykjavik at first position of the Global Peace Index.
It is one of the safest places to travel alone in the world, for women’s day. That city is know for its safety, but not mistake not only for it.
Mystic, laid-back and downright beautiful, in Reykjavik is a great base for a day trips, it will be easy to move around and display Iceland’s postcard-perfect attractions, such as the Blue Lagoon and Northern Lights.


Bali – Indonesia

If you should just a relax and take it easy you can wish for a trip in Indonesia relaxing beaches, temples as well as inexpensive accommodations and food are just some of the top reasons why Bali is often deemed one of the ultimate places to travel alone for females. You will be so busy unwinding and soaking up your karma with yoga lessons and also the wondrous Balinese culture that you’ll forget that you are traveling alone.


Rome – Italy

Shall you indulge all your five senses? Found Rome. As a female solo traveler, walking around this vibrant Italian city will let you feel empowered and fully present. Not to mention, you may even get a marriage proposal, as you wander around Rome, as a solo traveler. Shall you indulge all your five senses? Found Rome as your next choose for a female solo traveler in women’s day. When you are walking around this vibrant Italian city will let you feel empowered and fully present. Not to mention, you may even get a marriage proposal, or you will hope to meet from a romantic unknowed as you wander around Rome, as a solo traveler.

Here, you can visualize the Roman Empire, in its full glory, by visiting the city’s awe-inspiring ancient sites, such as the Pantheon, Roman Forum and Coliseum. Likewise, you can see the pope’s home at The Vatican City and Saint Peter’s Basilica. Then, you may put on a pair of comfortable shoes and explore the piazzas and cobble laneways, while drinking sterile water from the city’s eye-catching fountains.


Melburne – Australia

Melbourne can serve as a base for exploring awesome places to visit in Australia as well, such as Philip Island, The Great Ocean Road and Grampians National Park. For Women solo traveling can be the best places to praised for its live music, award-winning food and artistic culture. In fact Melbourne is a safest places to travel alone for women, also labeled as the cultural capital of Australia. As a matter of fact, you can even walk around there at night on your own. In addition, Australia is an English-speaking country, meaning it is easy for solo travelers to get around and navigate in Melbourne. If you ever need help, you may ask anyone walking by, and they will be happy to assist you.