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Rome - is there a bike path along the Tiber?

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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?

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