Through the Parco degli Acquedotti we reached the Via Appia Antica, which was then traveled in a southerly direction to S. Maria delle Mole, where the path in the last part, is quite uneven and has passages on Roman basalt and suitable narrow paths therefore to experienced drivers who, in addition to the difficulty of remaining in balance, also suffered from the great heat (> 37 °)
We then climbed up secondary roads up to Castel Gandolfo, to descend down to the shores of the lake, stopping for lunch at trattoria Ricciotti
with a terrace overlooking the lake, enjoying a great lunch.
After the vehicles were recharged, we made the complete tour of the lake on a mixed route and, after passing through the tunnel, we went down to Rome re-doing the reverse route to the S. Maria delle Mole railway station where we reached the station by train of Capannelle and crossing the park of the aqueducts, we returned to the Subaugusta metro.
After some group photos taken near the athletics stadium next to FAO, we were in a pizzeria 23 Calò in via della Piramide Cestia, where we dined happily.
After the dinner we had a nice tour in the historic center of Rome passing by Cisco Massimo, Teatro Marcello, via dei Funari, via Arenula, piazza Farnese, via dei vecchio pews, via Vittorio Conciliatus, via S. Borgo Pio, Castel Sant'Angelo, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Barberini, Via del Quirinale, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Santi Apostoli, Piazza Venezia, Fori Imperiali, Colosseum, with return to the Circus Maximus.
Trails about 16 Km total
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Saturday 15 June 2019
The GRAB path
The starting point was the stop of the
M linea B CONCAD'ORO
The route included a first stretch of unpaved road within the park that runs along the Aniene river to continue along the cycle path in the Colli Aniene area, passing through the Serenissima railway station, then cross the Tor de Schiavi park, Villa De Santis and again on the road in the district of Centocelle and Quadraro until you reach the Caffarella park and the restaurantSellero&Ventresca where we tasted an excellent lunch with typical dishes of Roman cuisine.
After lunch and reloading the vehicles, we continued on the cycle path to Caracalla, Circo Massimo, Isola Tiberina, to then descend on the Tiber cycle path that we traveled to the bridge of the Risorgimento and passing by Piazzale Flaminio we went up to Villa Borghese after a tour around the pond, we continued on to Villa Ada, and with a wide cycle path we reached the Conca d'Oro stop again.
We have covered the entire ring of roads closed to traffic: via del Corso, piazza Venezia, via dei Fori Imperiali, Colosseum, via Labicana, viale Manzoni, via Tiburtina, p.le del Verano, viale Regina Elena, viale Universita, viale Castro Pretorio, Via XX Settembre, Via Bissolati, via Veneto, Villa Borghese, piazzale Flaminio, Regina Margherita bridge, Tiber cycle path, Ponte della Musica, via Guido Reni, Auditorium, Viale Pilsudski, Viale Tiziano, Via Flaminia, Piazza del People. The final lunch of the gathering took place in piazza Cesarini, at the trattoria restauranta Da Luigi
After lunch, we went to Piazza del Popolo where we set up an area dedicated to us by the Municipality of Rome - Department of Mobility - within the #vialibera event, to let our monoruota try all the citizens and tourists who they wanted to experience the feeling of driving a vehicle so versatile and technologically advanced.