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I really enjoyed hearing the water and seeing A mores secluded attraction. Admittedly there’s not a lot to do here but being away from the bustle of the more touristy attractions was calming. Plus the views are picturesque.
A beautiful place to visit, go for a stroll along the banks of the Tiber and enjoy the great food . There are lots of things to do in the evening and it's very romantic if you are visiting with a partner!
This is a small but special island on the Tiber River. There is an enchanting history that comes with this boat shaped island. There is a basilica, a hospital, and some restaurants on this island, not to mention a wide walking path to stroll around...More
The island is the home of a hospital in a beautiful, old, classic building. You usually will meet artists selling their products on the bridges that lead to the island. On the riverbank, you will find many nice clubs and pubs to drink while enjoying...More
This small (220x67m) island is the only island inside the Rome on Tiber river. It is boat shaped and was called in ancient times as an island between bridges. The is beautiful small basilica, the Basilica of St. Bartholomew on the Island, which holds relics...More
Not much on this small island as it's mostly occupied by a hospital. There's a basilica and a couple shops but not much else. We used it a couple times while crossing the river, not a must see destination but interesting to walk across if...More
As we returned from the Vatican we walked alongside the Tiber River. This was one of the picturesque spots, a little island with a church and some bars. Nothing much was happening and we had a little look around.
This small island is accessed by a couple of bridges over the Tiber and offers nice views. There is a small piazza here with a couple of restaurants and St Bartholomew's Church here. The area had a festive feel with buskers and artisans lining the...More