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The Tiberius Bridge

Corso d'Augusto, 249, Rimini, Italy
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Very interesting history

I think that you should walk to this brige and should be there to feel that amazing historical... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Just a bridge plenty of graffiti around about. A lot of fuss about nothing. Do be disappointed if... read more

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The Tiberius Bridge also known as Ponte d'Augusto e Tiberio is located on one of the ends of the city’s main street, Via Corso d’Augusto.
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Corso d'Augusto, 249, Rimini, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I think that you should walk to this brige and should be there to feel that amazing historical feeling. Be there with guid who can tell you interesting facts about this brige.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Just a bridge plenty of graffiti around about. A lot of fuss about nothing. Do be disappointed if you can't make time really not worth it.

Thank Paul G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is impressive that it is still standing after all these years, but they allow cars to cross the bridge and the path is so narrow two people are unable to pass, and one needs to step on the road.

Thank HarryCarson1973
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting to walk on it, they are currently renovating the area to create some kind of platform. There are some panels telling the story of the bridge which starts in 14 AD.

Thank ilabuf
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is not much, but the Tiberius Bridge stuns with its inner power. It is unbelievable that a roman bridge not only survives today, but it also can be used by cars. The view from the bridge is also something you mustn't miss.

Thank Puri P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice bridge - 2000 years of steps has shaped. It is a must see in Rimini. Nice bars around it and it is not far from the historical center

Thank Cillerr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is amazing to think that this bridge was build in 20AD and it's still being use to by pedestrians and vehicular traffic today. Wonderful to visit and see.

Thank BT3rd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very nice attraction in Rimini. We enjoyed visiting. A beautiful piece of roman history. It's amazig to look at it and think about those times long ago and just relax on one of the benches

Thank Sirius M
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Just a bridge, not something special to see. Not worth going especially for it - only if you pass by a chance

Thank Vitaly P
Reviewed 15 August 2017

The way to go from old city centre to the district of Federico Fellini's inspiration - a lot of cool murals around

Thank Iryna V
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