Boat Tours In Rome

When you think of Rome, the city, you probably would reply, a city crammed with history, incredible architecture, and bustling streets! Wouldn't it be nice to go to calmer places, even just for a day? Book a Rome Boat tour and your day away will be a refreshing break from the city. It's a different day out, a chance to swim and snorkel, discover hidden coves and see marine life in the turquoise waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. A Hop-On Hop-Off Boat Rome Cruise is the best way to enjoy the timeless beauty of river Tiber along with Rome’s top attractions.
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Our tips for Cruises

  • Save those pennies. With your Hop-On Hop-Off Rome Boat tour, you can save extra bucks and enjoy flexible sightseeing on your own accord.
  • Plan it out. Rome has a lot to see so some planning beforehand is advised. Work out your routes and decide what you want to see, especially for Rome boat tours. That way you won't feel rushed. Well, when in Rome, you've got to take your time and soak it all up!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book a Boat Tour in Rome?

    Although Rome is an all-year-round tourist attraction, we recommend visiting Rome just outside of the summer. Both May and September are great months to experience Rome in a more laidback and authentic way on a boat tour.

  • Q: How do I reach the starting point of the boat tour?

    The starting point of the boat tour will depend on the type of tour. For most boat trips, the starting point is Tiber Island. It is well connected to the city via bridges and is accessible either from Trasetverse or Jewish Ghetto.

  • Q: Is Rome Hop On Hop Off boat tours worth it?

    Whether you are a lover of history or just enjoy seeing the sights, the Rome HOHO boat tour offers the ultimate guided tour. It offers an immersive experience with an audio commentary and other amenities to witness the city from a perfect vantage point of the river Tiber. Also, you can hop on or hop off any boat at the nearest stop you like.

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