About Appian Way

Made as a route for military supplies, Appian way is a 370 KM long highway that connects Rome to Brindisi. Known as "the queen of long-distance roads", this highway offers varied, picturesque surroundings including many parks and historical sites. On its way towards the Appian mountain, this path goes through Christian catacombs, ruined roman monuments, and an ancient church. Being used by heavy vehicles and military stuff, this pathway is still intact today. Appian Way was Europe’s first superhighway, but now it has been turned into a tourist place in Rome. 

Location:
Rome to Brindisi

Timings: Open anytime

Entry fee: Free
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