- Navigate the mighty Tiber River, which nurtured the mythical Romulus and Remus and has seen more emperors, rulers and popes than any other river in the world
- Find yourself within touching distance of renowned historical sights like The Vatican City, the Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori and many, many more during a 24-hour period
- Explore the Eternal City in a relaxed and tranquil manner and feel a slight sense of pride for having done away with the pesky problem of Roman traffic
Why act like a pleb when you can feel like an emperor? Cut out the chaotic hassle that is Roman traffic and enjoy the sheer pleasure of exploring Rome by boat. Float down the Tiber. Hop-off when you want to explore an historic area and hop right back on when you’re done and continue your cruise. Molto bene!
The boat journey has four stopping points: Isola Tiberina, Ponte Sant’Angelo, Ponte Sisto and the Palace of Justice. Simply start at any of these piers, hop-on when you're ready, hop-off to explore the city, and then hop back on when you're ready for more boat time! You've got 24 sweet sweet hours of water-bound transportation at your service. It's a Roman experience guaranteed to float your boat.
What’s that? Oh it’s just Castel Sant’Angelo – a towering monument built by the Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for his family. Sure, let’s go! Explore it at your own pace (you’ll also probably discover what use the popes would later put it to), sip a cappuccino or three and when you’re ready simply head back to the pier - boats come every 30 minutes. And then it’s onwards up the Tiber. The Vatican City awaits. And the Pantheon. And the Piazza Venezia. And…
History is all around you. On your left and on your right. In front of you and behind, and the on-board commentary will help you dip your toes into the three ages of the city – ancient Rome, which helped give us democracy (and a vengeful emperor or two); papal Rome which was the epicenter of a civilization; and modern Rome - the chaotic noisy and stunning city it is today.
Italians love la dolce vita, and exploring the Eternal City by boat? Well, la vita doesn't get more dolce than that!
Lungotevere degli Anguillara 100, 00100 Roma
- 24 hours open ticket to hop-on hop-off from different point of the city
- Multi-language audioguide on board
- Digital voucher accepted
You can easily hop-on hop-off from one of the following piers: Isola Tiberina, Ponte Sisto, Ponte S. Angelo or Ponte Cavour until Ponte Nenni, close to Piazza Del Popolo, and return.
- First Ride: 10:00
- Last Ride: 19:00
- Boat frequency: every 30 minutes
- Isola Tiberina pier’s address: Lungotevere degli Anguillara, 00100 Roma
- S. Angelo Bridge: Lungotevere Tor Di Nona
- Ponte Sisto: Lungotevere dei Tebaldi
- Justice Palace: Lungotevere Marzio
- Metro: B, stop Circo Massimo
- Tram: 8, stop Piazza Venezia
- Bus: H, stop Piazza Monte Savello
- Car: Payment parks on Lungotevere degli Anguillara