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Tiber River

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Crosses the city

The Tiber is the third longest river in Italy and has a length of 405 kilometers. It begins in the Apennines and winds its way through other cities, and then crosses Rome from north to south. In Roman times it was an important means of communication and transportation. There is a boat line that has six stops starting from the Duca D'Aosta Bridge near the Olympic Stadium and Tiber Island, situated in the historic center of the capital. During the spring and summer the area is full of lively terraces where you

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What could be more romantic?

One of the most romantic walks in Rome is along the banks of the River Tiber in the dark in the Eternal City. Gradually the lights of the buildings, bars and boats begin to illuminate water bordering Rome. Walk along its bridges and go down to the river banks as they are usually full of restaurants and bars with great atmosphere (especially in spring/summer). Yes, it is often full of tourists and may not be the most "authentic" place in Rome but there are small stalls that are very worthwhile. What could be more romantic than a good red wine by candlelight while admiring the boats on the Tiber?


The soul of Rome

The Tiber is the major river of central Italy and the third-longest in the country. The Tiber starts on Tuscany's Mt. Fumaiolo and has always been a means of moving people and products. In Roman times, agricultural products from Umbria could easily reach Rome via a powerful navigation system.

Like the Seine in Paris, the Tiber is the soul of Rome and reason for its existence. The Romans built the city because the river allowed for irrigation, and the walls of Rome were built along the Tiber


Cruise the river for 1€

The Tiber River crosses Rome from north to south. It was used for many centuries as a means of transportation and routinely carried goods to the markets of ancient Rome. You can cruise along the Tiber River on a boat for 1 euro with six stops between Tiber Island and the Olympic Stadium.

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Walk alongside the river, especially in Autumn.




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