Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report "Paris? Again?" And an odd pickpocketing
  2. 2 10 days in Italy with 5 and 10 year olds in July :)
  3. 3 Cordoba Overnight?
  4. 4 3 days in Normandy (with an 8 year old)
  5. 5 Trip Report 13 Days with 13-year-olds in Greece
  6. 6 best Provence itinerary to see Verdon Gorge
  7. 7 Early Itinerary Munich to Croatia
  8. 8 Fes to Southern Spain (Jerez, Malaga)
  9. 9 Sintra
  10. 10 Trip Report Scotland Trip Report
  11. 11 Gorges de Verdon to Eze - where to stay along way?
  12. 12 Barcelona summer 2017 -- brainstorm with me
  13. 13 Madrid to Northern Spain- 4 days/2 kids. Help w itinerary pls!
  14. 14 Croatia - Help on itinerary
  15. 15 Spain and Portugal - 2 weeks in Mid-July - help with itinerary
  16. 16 Holy mass with Vienna Boys Choir
  17. 17 Marseille vs. Genoa
  18. 18 Kayaking in Avignon
  19. 19 I have six days in Spain - where should I go?
  20. 20 Heathrow Terminal 2 - Immigration, Bags & Pick-Up
  21. 21 4 days in Provence in early June
  22. 22 Travel within Greece, and motion sickness?
  23. 23 Where to stay in September in the Swiss Alps
  24. 24 Barcelona, Bilboa, Cuena, Madrid
  25. 25 France Itinerary Advice
View next 25 » Back to the top

Rome - is there a bike path along the Tiber?

Jump to last reply

There seems to be, but I haven't been able to figure out how far it goes or where it starts. I am looking an an apartment (Coronari Lauro from Sleepinitaly) near Piazza Navona and very near the river. For a morning run, a bike path there that goes north along the river, not on the street, would be perfect, but I can't find any complete details about it.

If there is such a thing, hopefully it isn't bikes only. I know we'd be able to run in the Borghese, but I'd rather not have to go a mile along a busy street to get there.

P.S., we'll be in Rome on a Sunday, is it possible to run along the Appia Antica or is it way too lumpy with the cobblestones?

8 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement