Tiberis returns to Rome river bank for summer 2020.
Tiberis, Rome's artificial beach on the banks of the river Tiber, has reopened this weekend, announced the mayor Virginia Raggi.
This is the third summer that Rome will host the riverside space which is equipped with sunbeds, umbrellas and showering facilities.
The beach also has a volleyball court and is open for free from 09.00 to 19.30 every day except Monday.
Located under Ponte Marconi, Tiberis was created in 2018 on reclaimed marshland between the S. Paolo and Marconi districts south of the city centre.
Seen as a 'pet project' of Mayor Raggi, Tiberis is free to visitors and in the first two editions it stayed open until October.
Tiberis is not the first man-made beach on the Tiber: in 2005 former mayor Walter Veltroni launched the Tevere Village beach under Castel S. Angelo, between Ponte S. Angelo and Ponte Umberto I.
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Rome's riverside beach Tiberis returns for third year
Ponte Guglielmo Marconi, 00146 Roma RM, Italy