- 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 Vatican City, the Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori and many, many more
- Choose from roundtrip or 24-hour options, and discover the historical secrets of Rome at your own pace
Why act like a pleb when you can feel like an emperor? Cut out the chaotic hassle that is Roman traffic and enjoy the pleasure of exploring Rome by boat. Float down the Tiber. Hop-off when you want to explore the next historic site, then hop back on and continue your cruise. Molto bene!
The boat journey has five stopping points: Isola Tiberina, Ponte Sant' Angelo, Castel Sant' Angelo, Justice Palace and Piazza del Popolo.
With either one full circuit or 24-hours of water-bound transportation at your service, it's a cruise guaranteed to float your boat. Speaking of boats, they set sail every 30 minutes so you'll never be waiting long.
From Castel Sant’ Angelo to Vatican City and the Pantheon, history is everywhere, and the onboard commentary will get you up to speed on the three ages of the city – ancient Rome, which gave the world democracy (and a vengeful emperor or two); papal Rome, the epicenter of a civilization; and modern Rome - the beautifully chaotic city it is today.
Exploring the Eternal City by boat? Well, la vita doesn't get more dolce than that!
You can hop on at any of the following piers:
- A) Isola Tiberina: Lungotevere Degli Anguillara side (next to Garibaldi bridge)
- B) S. Angelo: Lungotevere Tor Di Nona (next to Ponte Sant' Angelo)
- C) San Pietro: Lungotevere Castello
- D) Justice Palace: Lungotevere Marzio (between Ponte Cavour and Ponte Umberto I)
- E) Piazza del Popolo: Lungotevere In Augusta
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes are not possible for this ticket
- Metro: B, stop Circo Massimo
- Tram: 8, stop Piazza Venezia
- Bus: H, stop Piazza Monte Savello
- Car: Paid parking on Lungotevere degli Anguillara