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Fiume Tevere, Rome
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Walk along Fiume Tevere, which has flowed through Rome since its foundation. Pass by bridge after bridge spanning the third-largest river in Italy, Rome’s main waterway. Depending on which section of river you decide to explore, you'll stumble upon parkland, cafes, bars, vendors, shops, or wildlife. Use our Rome trip generator to visit Fiume Tevere on your trip to Rome, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • If you want to run away from Rome's hectic life, this is the place to be, listening the sound of the river, breathing the fresh air to your lungs soothes you... Every week 2-3 times I cycle along Tibe...  more »
  • Maybe once, in ancient times, they were blonde its waters. Now a little more scure...il 3 ^ River of Italy, the most important of the Central Apennines. As eternal as the city on which it was built, it was an integral and inseparable. Ridden by numerous and spectacular bridges, deserves to be seen and experienced in the summer when the banks alternate stalls and demonstrations. Not to be missed! Viva Rome! Long live Italy!
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  • As expectable Rome without the Tiber? Castel Sant'Angelo is nice views across the river and then later would miss the awesome Isola Tiberina; still Trastevere with its life enclosed and despite intense; and then ... and then-still flowing waters and better see > quays treadable, often also clean, and then the walls of solid embankment well protecting the city-> and not cheap.
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