Along the Appia Antica we can see many elements and monuments that bear witness to the history of Rome: the best known of these from republican and imperial times are Terme di Caracalla (although this is outside the Park) Porta San Sebastiano and the Mura Aureliane, the Tomba di Geta, the Sepolcro di Priscilla, the Circus and Massenzio's imperial palace, Cecilia Metella's huge round mausoleum, the Villa dei Quintili, the large cylindrical sepulchre, known as Casal Rotondo; there are catacombs that date back to the first centuries of Christianity such as those of S. Callisto, Domitilla (on the edge of the Park), S. Sebastiano, (the Basilica above this is very popular with visitors) and Pretestato; there are numerous medieval, renaissance and baroque churches along the way, Santa Maria in Palmis, well known by the name Quo vadis; mediaeval towers and fortifications, often built on the ruins of Roman monuments, like the castle built by the Tuscolo counts around the sepulchre of Cecilia Metella.
The Park territory also takes in Valle della Caffarella, with the river Almone running through it, this is the most important scenic element reflecting ancient agricultural use close to the city, but it also has a wealth of important monuments from a variety of periods like the temple of the god Redicolo, the Ninfeo di Egeria, the church of Sant'Urbano, the medieval towers; the Tombe Latine and the Parco degli Acquedotti, with the imposing ruins of the conduits that supplied the city with water.
Porta San Sebastiano and Museum of the Walls
Via di Porta San Sebastiano
Church of "Domine Quo Vadis ?"
Via Appia Antica , crossroads with via Ardeatina
Church of S. Urbano
Vicolo di S. Urbano
Area of the Latin Tombs
Via dell'Arco di Travertino, 151
St. Callixtus Catacombs
Via Appia Antica, 110
Basilica of St. Sebastian and Catacombs
Via Appia Antica, 136
Circus and Villa of Maxentius, Mausoleum of Romulus
Via Appia Antica,153
Sepulcher of Cecilia Metella and Caetani Castle
Via Appia Antica,161
Villa Quintili and Aqueduct
Via Appia Nuova 1092
Hypogeum of Vibia
Villa dei Casali, Via Appia Antica 103
Jewish Catacombs of Vigna Randanini
Via Appia Pignatelli n° 4
Roma Pass, the new tourist card of Rome since 21st April, gives you the opportunity to buy a reduced ticket also for the entrance to some monuments and museums in Appia Antica Park. They are the Museum of the Walls in Porta San Sebastiano, the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, and Villa dei Quintili.
Moreover, it will be possible to buy the ticket for the Archeobus with a 20% reduction.
The card costs 18 Euros and is valid for 3 days.