Historical tours

In this section you will find all the information to plan your route to discover the Province of Rome territory.

Here there are 13 travel proposals that, just few km from the hectic pace of the City, will allow you to immerse yourself into the history of the Roman consular roads, to know many monuments, patches and wonderful squares of Roman towns built, in the Centuries, long their route.

VIA FLAMINIA
Along the blonde Tiber
An 84 km itinerary, from Rome to Saint Oreste, along the route of the Flaminia’s consular road, that takes its name from the Censor Gaio Flaminio, who started to build it in 220 B.C.
VIA CASSIA
To the North, in the tuff’s land Route from Rome to Mazzano Romano, 105 km to the discovery of the ancient town of Veio, the Regional Natural Park and the Sanctuary of Madonna del Sorbo, Campagnano di Roma.
VIA CLAUDIA BRACCIANESE
Etruria, on the edge of the big Vulcan
A travel proposal from La Storta to Allumiere, about 96 km through the beauty of Anguillara Sabazia, Bracciano and Manziana.
VIA AURELIA
Necropolis and the coast
A 140 km itinerary from Rome to the heart of the Etruscan’s land: the fascinating Cerveteri’s necropolis, the modern seaside resort, few of them were ancient seaports.
VIA PORTUENSE
Along the Imperial ports road
25 km to reach the extraordinary archaeological Ostia Antica complex and Fiumicino’s Imperial ports.
VIA SEVERIANA
Between dunes and Pine forest
A 63 km spectacular route, because it guards the coast treasures: the State Nature Reserve of the Roman sea coast, the wonderful dune beaches and the wide Castelfusano and Castel Porziano pine forests.
VIA ARDEATINA
The road to the origins of Rome
Starting point of this route, 44 km long, is the Church of Domine Quo Vadis? That is the point where Ardeatina comes off from the well known Appia Road.
VIA APPIA ANTICA
The Queen of Roman roads
A 63 km itinerary, South of Rome, to discover the Roman Castles, along the most known and popular Road in ancient times.
VIA LATINA
Between hills and castles
93 km to discover one of the most ancient Roman roads, between Grottaferrata, Frascati and Rocca di Papa.
VIA PRENESTINA
Between mountains, towards the South borders
Via Prenestina left the Serviane Roman walls through the Esquilina Door and turned towards the City from which it takes its name, that is the ancient Preneste town, today called Palestrina.
VIA TIBURTINA
At the foot of Apennines
A 137 km itinerary to discover a land where water is the absolute protagonist of natural landscapes and monumental villas.
VIA NOMENTANA AND VIA SALARIA
From the Roman Catacombs to Sabina’s hills and olive trees
A 120 km route between Mentana, Palombara Sabina, Monterotondo and Nerola.
ROME PARKS
Protected areas, wildlife
An itinerary to discover seven natural Parks in the City, with suggested itineraries and all the useful information.