The excursion begins with a relaxing bus ride through the Roman countryside. Starting with the infamous Catacombs of San Callisto, which are among the largest and most important in Italy, you will discover the beauty that exists outside of Rome. This underground cemetery, which contains the graves of 500,000 Christians as well as dozens of martyrs and popes, is separated into two sections: St. Cecilia’s Crypt and the Popes’ Crypt. A walk to the beautiful Appian Way and Claudian Aqueduct concludes our lovely day trip in Rome.
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Sightseeing tours begin with a comfortable coach ride to the Roman countryside. Here you will discover the beauty outside of Rome, starting with the infamous catacombs of Italy's largest and most important Sank list. This catacomb and the burial grounds of 500,000 Christians and dozens of martyrs and the Pope are divided into two areas: the Crypt of St. Cecilia and the Crypt of the Pope.
Continueto the Appian Way, one of the oldest and most important roads in the world called the "Queen of Roads" by the Romans, the Appian Way connected Rome with Brindisi in southern Italy and served as the main trade route between Greece and the east. For this reason, the Appian Way was built from 300 BC. It is considered one of the greatest engineering works of ancient Roman civilization.
We will drive on the next destination-Maxentius Circus through the Roman countryside. Although not renovated as Maximus of Circus, this superior structure is in a lush Campanero Park.