3 Hours 30 Minutes
English, Other languages on request
The circuit of the Aurelian Walls was built between 270 and 273 AD by Emperor Aurelian in order to shield the town from barbarians incursions. Originally developed for 18 km, we only retrace part of the route (around 12 km) of the defensive system of Imperial Rome.
Itinerary: Felice and Claudio Aqueducts, Caffarella Valleys, Old Appian Way, Porta St. Sebastiano, Posterula Ardeatina, Baths of Caracalla (external), Porta Metronia, Aurelian Walls’s Park, Porta Latina, Museum of the walls (external).
Daily from 09.30 am to 01.00 pm and from 02.30 pm to 06.00 pm
All details will be provided upon booking
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