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Duration: 1 Hour 15 Min.
Why not to feel like an emperor when you have the chance? Stop driving and wasting your time in the traffic jam and explore Rome by boat, from the sea. Sail on the Tiber and stop by the next historical area when you wish.
Enjoy the unique experience of exploring the Eternal City from the comfort of a boat, providing you with breathtaking views and a relaxing atmosphere as you sail along the Tiber River.
The Perfect Rome Itinerary with Tiber Cruise
Our Hop-on Hop-off Tiber Cruise lets you explore Rome’s iconic landmarks and hidden gems at your own pace. This unique mode of transportation allows you to avoid the city’s hectic traffic and crowded streets, offering a tranquil and immersive experience that highlights the best of Rome’s past and present.
Our Tiber Cruise features five strategic stopping points, ensuring that you get to visit the most significant sites in Rome. The stops include: Isola Tiberina, Ponte Sant’Angelo, Castel Sant’Angelo, Justice Palace and Piazza del Popolo.
Flexible Cruise Options to Suit Your Needs
Our Hop-on Hop-off Tiber Cruise is designed with your convenience in mind. With boats departing every 30 minutes, you’ll never have to wait long for your next adventure. Choose between a full circuit or 24-hour access, giving you the flexibility to create a personalized itinerary that fits your schedule and interests.
Our Tiber Cruise provides engaging and informative commentary as you sail past Rome’s most iconic landmarks. Learn about the three distinct periods that shaped Rome into the captivating city it is today:
- Ancient Rome: A period marked by groundbreaking innovations in democracy, architecture, and governance, as well as the reign of notorious emperors.
- Papal Rome: An era defined by the influence of the Catholic Church and its significant impact on art, architecture, and politics.
- Modern Rome: The vibrant and bustling city we know today, balancing the preservation of its storied past with contemporary.
The Hop-on Hop-off Tiber Cruise offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the best of Rome, combining the beauty of the Tiber River with the city’s most iconic landmarks. With its flexible options, informative onboard commentary, and strategic stopping points, the Tiber Cruise is an essential part of any Rome itinerary.
Embark on a journey through time and immerse yourself in the fascinating history, culture, and beauty of the Eternal City. Book your tickets today and prepare for a truly unforgettable adventure on the Hop-on Hop-off Tiber Cruise near Castel Sant’Angelo.
- Explore Tiber River around which Remus and Romulus grow up and that saw more emperors and popes until today than others around the world,
- Be close to and feel the aura of many renovated historical places like Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori and even the Vatican City,
- Make your mind, choose 24-hour trip or roundtrip and start exploring – your trip, so you should define the pace,
- Multi-language audio guide.
Cancellations and changes are not possible for this ticket.
The Tevere (Tiber) is a muddy uninviting river which in winter and spring rises and falls rapidly inside its steep embankments built at the -end of the last century to put an end to centuries of regular floods within the city walls. Some efforts are being made to encourage boat trips for tourists during the summer. At the time of going to press there is no regular service, although an efficient water bus service would do much to ease traffic congestion along the Lungotevere on both sides of the river.
Ponte Fabricio (also known as the Ponte dei Quattro Capi or Bridge of the Four Heads) connects the city with the Isola Tiberina. It is the second oldest bridge in Rome built in 62 BC. The inscription commemorating the builder Lucius Fabricius has survived almost intact.
Ponte Milvio In the northern suburbs of the city this is the oldest existing bridge across the Tiber dating from 109 bc, but it was partly destroyed by Garibaldi in 1849 to halt the French troops advancing on Rome. It was then restored the following year. Since 1978 the bridge has been closed to motor traffic for safety reasons. On this bridge in ad 312, one of the decisive battles of the ancient world was fought between the Emperors Constantine and Maxentius. Constantine won and became the first Christian Emperor of Rome.
Ponte Cestio connecting the Isola Tiberina to the right-hand bank of the Tevere or Trastevere, was erected in the first century BC by Lucius Cestius. It has been much restored, the last time in 1892.
Ponte Sant Angelo is opposite the Castel S. Angelo and the three central arches are the ancient remains of the Ponte Elia which originally led to Hadrian’s family mausoleum. Pope Clement VII commissioned the statues of SS Peter and Paul in 1535 while the ten statues of angels, one of the finest creations of Roman baroque were designed by Bernini and executed by his pupils in 1668.
Ponte Sisto was built by Pope Sixtus IV in 1474 on the site of a bridge originally built by Marcus Aurelius which collapsed during the Middle Ages. The aim was to relieve the growing pressure on pilgrim traffic across the Tiber to the Vatican during Holy Years.
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