Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) Tours and Tickets
Part of the 4th-century Villa of Maxentius complex along the Via Appia Antica in the Roman countryside, the Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) is the best preserved chariot racetrack in Rome and second in size only to the Circus Maximus.
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The Regina Viarum is the oldest and most important road built by the Romans, The Queen of the Roads. Only a short drive from the city centre, it hides its magic through mausoleums, catacombs and roman ancient villas that give you a peaceful feeling and impression of being miles away from the chaos. Integrated to the Regional Park of Appian Way is the Aqueducts Park. With the remains of two stunning Roman Aqueducts, The Aqueduct Claudio and the Aqueduct Felix this is a stop not to be missed.
Cruise through Rome on two wheels with this cycle through the Appia Antica Regional Park. Customize the itinerary according to your interests and cover ground quickly as you explore the bicycle trails of this ancient highway, home to several historic landmarks including the Villa of Massenzio. Helmets and locks are included.
The Appian Way was one of the first roads ever built and ran from ancient Rome all the way to Brindisi in south Italy. On this tour, explore the fascinating ruins along the ancient road by e-bike, meaning you can cycle further and cover up to 19 miles (30 kilometers) without getting tired. See the Aqueduct of Claudius, Circus Maximus, and Bath of Caracalla; learn about ancient Rome from an archaeologist guide; and visit sights often left off other tour itineraries.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
See Rome on your own with the convenience of a full-day Vespa motorbike rental. Zip around the Castelli Romani (Roman Castles), which is located about 12.5 miles (25km) from central Rome. You can visit the picturesque village of Frascati and see the gorgeous Villa Aldobrandini; cruise along the ancient Roman road the Appian Way (Via Appica); take in the Villa di Massenzio, and the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo.Your tour includes lunch, two helmets, a security lock and a guide to the region.
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Should I book Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
How much does it cost to visit Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) 2021?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) costs USD 20.68. Guided Circus of Maxentius (Circo di Massenzio) tours start around USD 20.68 per person.
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