The Tiber River, also known as the Tvere River, is the third longest river in Italy after the Po and Adige rivers. It originates from the western slope of Mount Fumogolo in the Apennines, passes through a series of gorges and wide valleys to the south, flows through Rome, and enters the Tyrrhenian Sea in the Mediterranean near Ostia. The total length is 405 kilometers.
The Tevere is the third largest river in Italy and the longest river in central Italy. This river is famous as the main channel of Rome. The Tiber River was very important to Rome’s trade and commerce, as ships could reach 100 kilometers upstream of the river.
The Tiber River is the English name, Italian called the Tevere River. It is the third longest river in Italy, is the main river in Rome, Rome City is in the lower Tiber River, across the Tiber River. The banks of the river are full of French oysters, and besides the most famous bridge of the Angels, there are many interesting bridges above the Tiber River, which take a slow walk along the river and experience the quiet side of Rome on a sunny afternoon.
You will love it.
The river is very long, throughout the city of Rome, the oysters are very suitable for taking pictures, the surrounding scenery is beautiful, the night view here is also quite good, the lights are a dozen, it is very charming. It feels like the story of Rome is flowing everywhere in the river.