The Tiber is the third-longest river in Italy, rising in the Apennine mountains and ending at the sea at Ostia, once the port of Ancient Rome. It is 252 miles (406 km) long. The story goes that the infants Romulus and Remus were abandoned on the ... 

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blackbarie

November 2015

 Beautiful night, great staff friendly boat crew. , blackbarie - November 2015

ROME TIBER RIVER NIGHT CRUISE WITH DINNER

Beautiful night, great staff friendly boat crew.

Stephen C

October 2015

 The Tiber runs between two walls and is about 30-40 feet below street level, so you don't see passers-by, but you do get some lovely views of churches and monuments along the river bank, like this ... , Stephen C - October 2015

Castel SantAngelo

The Tiber runs between two walls and is about 30-40 feet below street level, so you don't see passers-by, but you do get some lovely views of churches and monuments along the river bank, like this one of Castel Sant'Angelo, which we took near the dock from which we left on our cruise.

Anonymous

July 2014

at night - July 2014

Tiber River

at night

Jean-François T

February 2014

 Vu du Castel San Angelo , Jean-François T - February 2014

Tibre

Vu du Castel San Angelo

Judith R USA

July 2010

view from the boat on our Rome's Tiber River Dinner Cruise, Judith R - July 2010

another view of a bridge in Rome

view from the boat on our Rome's Tiber River Dinner Cruise

Pavlo O Ukraine

July 2009

A bridge over the Tiber River, Pavlo O - July 2009

One of the Bridges Over the Tiber River

A bridge over the Tiber River

Tuula D Finland

June 2008

River and lights at night., Tuula D - June 2008

Tiber at Night

River and lights at night.

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