Cycling Tracks in Rome

"Cycling Tracks in Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Monday 25th April 2011

Cycling Tracks in Rome, Italy

A 15 km long cycling track takes you from up-town - the Castel Giubileo dam in the northern side of Rome - to Ponte Risorgimento near the historic centre. The itinerary mostly unwinds along a natural environment coasting the Tiber; only the last three km run in downtown Rome.

The Cycling tracks in Rome run along the following itineraries:

A 15 km long cycling track takes you from up-town - the Castel Giubileo dam in the northern side of Rome - to Ponte Risorgimento near the historic centre. The itinerary mostly unwinds along a natural environment coasting the Tiber; only the last three km run in downtown Rome.

The Cycling tracks in Rome run along the following itineraries:

On Sundays and holidays bicycles can be transported on the trains of Metro B on the Railway Rome-Lido di Ostia (on the Roman coast) on the front carriage of each train. The ticket fare is € 0,77 per person plus € 0,77 per bike. Groups of more than five bicycles must call

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