Parco degli Acquedotti
The Aqueduct Park is part of the Regional Park of Appia Antica Suburban.
Its territory is included, for an area of about 240 hectares, between Via Appia and Via Tuscolana, and is bordered by Via Lemonia, via delle Capannelle, Via Appia and Via del Quadraro.
In its field, there are numerous Roman artifacts, Renaissance and nineteenth-century. Include, in fact, six of the eleven major aqueducts built by the Romans, and a renaissance, and other buildings of the Roman and subsequent eras, including the Villa of the Vignacce, the Tomb of the hundred steps, a tank with a turret, various tombs, the Marian ditch water and the hamlet of Old Rome.
This wonderful park is behind our apartment, we have for you 2 MTB for free (1 child seat available) and you will be able not only to enjoy this park but with an good enjoying path reach directly circus maximum and colosseum .
known simply as Cinecitta, are a complex of soundstages of excellence and international importance situated along the Via Tuscolana, on the eastern outskirts of Rome, and active since 1937. In Cinecittà were shot more than 3,000 films, 90 of which received an Academy Award nomination, 47 of which have won the prestigious statuette. Famous directors, national and international, have worked: by Federico Fellini Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese by Luchino Visconti.
Cinecittà 2 – Shopping Center
The Shopping Centre Cinecittà 2 is located right next the studios of Cinecitta in Rome. The Mall is very easy to get to by car or by public transportation (Subway Line A, stop Cinecittà). Cinecittà 2 has two floors where you’ll find clothing stores, electronics, hair dressers, a supermarket, restaurants, caffes, and a McDonalds. Among the various shops and well known brands at Cinecittà 2 you’ll find: Accessorize, Classe 1, Carla G, Calvin Klein, Calzedonia, Eldo, Geox, H & M, Max & Co., Pinko, Swarovski and Zara
La Via Appia – Most modern road in the ancient era
312 BC: The consul Appius Claudius gives his name to the path of a new road to reach Campania and then Brindisi. The main feature of this new road is to be viable in any time and by any means, thanks to the paved with large smooth stones fitted together perfectly, laid on a bed of gravel that ensured stability and drainage. With this revolutionary technique the Republic and the Empire to build the vast road network of the Roman world. Almost always straight, about 4,10 m wide, a measure which allows the movement in both directions, flanked by a dual pedestrian and mileposts, the Appia deserves soon viarum the title of Queen, the Queen of roads.