Treasure Hunt on the Appian Way
A walk immersed in the history of this magnificent place, where archaeology and nature come together in a beautiful and relaxing locale. The Via Appia, which led from Rome to Brindisi, took its name from the magistrate Appius Claudius Caecus, who had it built it in 312 BC.
Walking along this extraordinary Roman road, which boasts over 2300 years of history, is like taking a trip back in time. At the sides of the road funerary monuments are still visible. It just so happens that on this stretch of road, so close to the capital of the Empire, everyone was looking for a prestigious place to construct a family tomb that every visitor to Rome would see.
Together with an archaeologist, children will discover this beautiful archaeological park by means of games, clues and riddles.
Each child will have the "adventure kit"
Ages: from 4 to 12 years (each visit is prepared according to the age of the participants)
Children must be accompanied by one or more adults.
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting place: Via Appia antica, angolo vicolo di Tor Carbone, Rome. In case you need a private transport to and from the archaeological site, contact us by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Start time: Flexible. Once the reservation has been made, you will be contacted by our staff to agree on the most suitable time. It is possible to choose a time between h. 8:30 and h. 16:30
Every day (Monday to Sunday); Year round
Languages: English, French, Italian
Walking distance: about 1500 meters