Tiber River Rome Reviews
Jan 15, 2008
well, in rome you can't miss coloseum, piazza venezia, piazza di espania, piazza di popolo, vatican and vatican's museum...etc
but my favorit is: Tiber - river Tiber and Ponte Sant'Angelo!
Water of Tiber is green like emerald. There is long walkside by the river. Water is so peaceful and gives you some calmness.
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Jul 06, 2007
After embarking on many Open Top bus tours in many cities including London, Paris and Barcelona, those cities with rivers usually include a river cruise with your bus ticket. Even thought the cruise was on the bus map the cruise was additional at €10 per person.
The boat which has glass windows and roof was very hot(although the windows were opened slightly)and the seats were quite crammed.
Due to flooding, a huge wall has been built on both sides of the river blocking out any views of the city and makes the river quite bland compared to others we have been on.
Basically all we saw on the cruise was wall, bridges and the odd homeless camp along the banks.
The commentary was first done in Itallian and then English and was very loud and just went on and on about the river and was not very interesting at all!
We eventually both fell asleep out of boredom!
Part of the Italy - 4th - 14th July 2007 travel blog
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