Appia Antica and Cecilia Metella


Take advantage of a sunny day to immerse yourself in nature in the heart of Rome, along the Via Appia Antica, also known as Regina Viarum and the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella.

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Appia Antica e Cecilia Metella


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The visit takes place with a minimum group of 4 people

Visit with Guide

The visit takes place with an authorized guide

Tickets included

Tickets for the Appia Antica site and the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella are included

Walking tour

The visit takes place on foot

group tour

The groups consist of a maximum of 10 people

Lunch included

Lunch consisting of an appetizer, first course, dessert, coffee and water


The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella rises just beyond the Maxentius complex and is a funerary monument built in the years between 30 and 20 BC. for a Roman noblewoman, Cecilia Metella, of whom there is not much information except that given by the large funerary inscription on the upper part of the mausoleum: “CAECILIAE Q (UINTI) CRETICI F (ILIAE) METELLAE CRASSI”, or “A Cecilia Metella , daughter of Quintus Creticus (and wife) of Crassus “. The imposing and elegant monument, consisting of a high square concrete base, now devoid of its cladding in travertine blocks, rests on a cylindrical body of 30 meters in diameter, covered with travertine slabs cut into a false ashlar. The sepulcher recalls that of Augustus himself, only smaller and decorated in the upper part by a marble frieze with festoons and ox heads. The presence of these reliefs takes the name of “Capo di Bove” with which the area was known in the Middle Ages.

For each additional participant Full € 90.00, Reduced € 80.00.

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park of the ancient appia

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