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The Appian Way connected Rome to Brindisi, Apulia, in southeast Italy. This road is 2024 years old and still in use!

from Atlas Obscura

Via Appia

Walking from the center of Rome, Via Appia, or the Appian Way seems like another small ruin, lined with cafes and restaurants looking to take the tourist dollar. In reality, it is one of the longest and oldest roads built by the Roman empire and neatly encapsulates much of the great history of Rome.

from Walks of Italy Blog

Best Attractions in Rome: The Appian Way

The Appian Way is one of the most impressive things to see in Rome. Find out how to get there and what to see on the Walks of Italy blog.

from Tour Italy Now

Escorted Tours of Italy - Best Vacation Packages

Remains of the Via Appia, the Roman road connecting Rome to Brindisi, Puglia, southern Italy. Parts of the Via Appia are still in use today. In comparison, modern highways are a joke.

from Slow Vegan Travel Blog

How To Get To The Appian Way - The Oldest Road in Rome

Looking for the oldest road in Rome? Visit the peaceful off-the-path attraction of the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica). A beautiful walk in Rome. Includes how to get to the Appian Way.