"The grand Tavere (Tiber) River" Tevere - Tiber River - Bridges Tip by Jenniflower

Tevere - Tiber River - Bridges, Rome: 41 reviews and 75 photos

  My sister posing on the banks of the river
by Jenniflower
 
 

I was quite confused when I was doing my research prior to the holiday - puzzled with there being a Tiber and a Tevere River, but only one river on the map.... so I asked an Italian coleague and he told me the one (Tevere) is the Italian name and the other is the (Tiber) English name.

It is the second longest river in Italy, winding its way through the bustling city.

This has to be one of the nicest and prettiest routes to walk in Rome.

We started walking form our hotel (near the Piazza Novana), and walked to The Vatican.

This took us 20 minutes, bearing in mind we had a baby with buggy/pram with us too which slows things down.

The trees are beautiful along the river path, the view unspoilt.

Address: Flowing through the center of Rome
Directions: Flows through the centre of Rome
Website: http://italiannotes.com/bridges-in-rome/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 23, 2006
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