The partners in the project

The mission of the Tiberland project is to restore centrality and importance to the Tiber river through shared planning and the systematisation of the many opportunities for recreation, entertainment and relaxation offered by the river to the local population and visitors, outside and inside the Capital, and to make these more accessible.

A programme of combined enhancement and promotion initiatives involving not only the Capital but also the Metropolitan City area, putting public institutions in touch with private organisations.


    The archaeological area of Ostia Antica, the Imperial Ports of Claudius and Trajan and the Necropolis of Isola Sacra represent the main cultural attractions of the Tiberland Project and the entire area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ostia owes its existence to its closeness to the river Tiber and its mouth (ostium = mouth) where the first Roman settlement was founded. A decisive role therefore in view of the many cultural routes involved for which discounted admission is being sought for the "Friends of the Tiber". A special entrance to the excavations is also envisaged on the side facing the river, which can be reached by boat from the Marconi Bridge.

    The municipality of Formello is not directly located on the Tiber, but is located in an area that has always had strong ties with the river. In fact, it hosts the Agro Veientano Museum, which, since its opening in 1992, has focused on the archaeology and history of the Veio area. This Etruscan city had a strong maritime vocation, tied to trade by means of navigation on the river which formed a link with the Tyrrhenian Sea. As part of the Tiberland Project, the Municipality of Formello promotes the enhancement of the cultural and natural heritage that links Rome to Veio and Veio to the sea, following the course of the Tiber.

    This town, located on the Via Tiberina just 36 km from the capital, is surrounded by a hilly area and a vast plain on the right bank of the Tiber. The medieval village, accessible through Porta Capena, was built for defensive purposes and still dominates the Tiber Valley. A few kilometres from the village, on the Via Tiberina towards Rome, are two exceptional archaeological sites: the Lucus Feroniae and the Volusii Saturnini Villa.
    An area of great value that deserves being promoted for its historical, cultural, environmental and food and wine heritage.

    Rome’s Municipality I represents the very heart of the city, the historic centre which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. An urban area consisting of 22 quarters enclosed within the Aurelian Walls, to the left of the Tiber, and the Janiculum Walls, to the right of the river. An area that hosts an immense treasure of sites and testimonies of environmental, historical, cultural, archaeological and architectural interest.
    The government of the Municipality is at the forefront in positioning destination Tiber and in planning the best welcome for visitors, including by facilitating the organisation of activities and events.

    One of the Capital’s greenest Municipalities, it encompasses a number of large parks such as Villa Ada, Villa Torlonia and Villa Borghese and also major cultural institutions including foreign cultural institutes and university departments and faculties, as well as the historical and elegant Parioli, Trieste and Pinciano quarters.
    It also includes the Flaminio area, with the presence of two major contemporary architecture projects, the Parco della Musica Auditorium and the MAXXI, fervent centres of cultural production at international level. It is around these assets, close to the Tiber, that the Municipality's involvement in the Tiberland Project will be developed, along with its role as a facilitator with regard to the red tape required for administrative authorisations for events and meetings.

    The most ancient part of Morlupo, located north of Rome, is the Mazzocca district, developed on an upland overlooking the Tiber river and where, in Roman times, stood the 'statio Ad Vigesimum', a marker of the 20th mile of the ancient Via Flaminia. Its historical origins date back to the age of the Capenates, an Italic population that prospered in Lazio before the advent of Rome and whose territory stretched along the right bank of the Tiber. An area rich in cultural and natural values which, thanks to the strength of the territorial network created by the Tiberland Project, can be enhanced and promoted in order to attract ever larger numbers of tourists.  

    On a cliff overlooking the Nocchia Valley, where the first “station” of the Via Flaminia was located, stands Magliano. Like other municipalities in the area, its origins date back to Etruscan times when Veio extended its dominion over this area. Then came the Roman conquest, and later, in the Middle Ages, the Benedictine monks. Art, history and ancient traditions that deserve to be promoted and passed on, including thanks to the initiatives of the Tiberland Project whereby the Municipality aims to improve the links between Park entities and synergy as regards the care and promotion of the trails to be covered on foot, by bicycle or on horseback.

    Between the Via Flaminia and the Via Tiberina, Capena is located in the heart of the Tiber Valley. In the town centre, the 'Paraterra' area has preserved its medieval architecture and fabric of narrow, winding alleyways. The area around 'La Rocca', on the other hand, dates back to the Renaissance period and is a pleasant daily meeting place for locals and tourists alike; at various times of the year, however, it becomes an exceptional location for cultural, artistic and musical events. With a rich programme of initiatives linked to the local area but with a gaze open to the world, the Municipality and the associations adhere to the Tiberland Project with a varied and constantly updated offer.

    Amidst tuff houses and almost untouched volcanic natural landscapes, Sacrofano combines history, culture and nature. This characteristic ancient town is home to fine buildings and churches and, throughout the year, comes alive with festivals and popular events which represent occasions to renew ancient practices and traditions.
    Immersed in the Monte Musino forest, the town is home to the headquarters of the Veio Park, an exceptional green area focused on a truly sustainable series of leisure initiatives thanks to an intricate network of paths and cycle-pedestrian routes, suitable for adults and children alike.

    Situated in the Tiber Valley and protected by Mount Soratte, Rignano has always enjoyed a strategic position that can still be appreciated today. The town can be easily reached from Rome or from the motorway. In the narrow streets and squares, elegant buildings and the ruins of the ancient Rocca (Fortress) stand out. Still visible are parts of the original paving of the ancient Via Flaminia, which passed right through the town.
    A place of discreet charm abounding in peace and quiet and delicious local cuisine.

    A heterogeneous territory forming a connection between the city centre and the surrounding countryside and which includes historical urban areas, such as the well-known Ponte Milvio (Milvian Bridge) and the Foro Italico facilities, as well as the Roman countryside extending between the Via Cassia and the Via Flaminia. In modern times the expansion of the city has resulted in the creation of the residential districts of Olgiata, Giustiniana and La Storta, which border on areas that are still rural, such as Osteria Nuova and the medieval village of Cesano.
    The last stage of the Via Francigena makes it possible to reach St. Peter's from La Storta station, but there are many slow routes to be experienced in every season, inside and outside the city

    Entered the Tiberland network with a Collaboration Agreement in May 2023, the Town Hall is the gateway to Rome from Fiumicino International Airport and the Port of Civitavecchia. Characterized by great naturalistic and cultural wealth, it includes seven districts: Marconi, Portuense, Magliana, Trullo, Corviale, Ponte Galeria.

    Immersed in the Agro Romano, it is crossed by the River Tiber, which marks its natural municipal boundary, and along whose banks two river parks have been created.

    Among the most important monuments are the ancient Roman roads, via Campana and via Portuense, the Catacombs of Generosa, the Castello della Magliana, the necropolis of Vigna Pia and Pozzo Pantaleo, the extraordinary medieval church of Santa Passera.

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    _ Sites of naturalistic and cultural interest

    Church of Santa Passera: a small jewel of medieval architecture immersed in a suggestive natural context that also fascinated Pasolini who shot some scenes of the film 'Uccellacci birds' here. Developed on three levels that distinguish the historical phases, it houses a cycle of frescoes and many stories to discover, starting from the origin of the curious name

    Catacombs of Generosa: located along the ancient Via Campana, it is linked to the cult of the Christian martyrs Simplicio, Faustino and Beatrice, victims of persecution under Diocletian in 303 AD. C. Eighty years later, with Pope Damasus, a basilica was erected in memory of all the martyrs buried. The visits are carried out on the basis of a scheduled calendar and managed by the Generosa Catacombs Committee.

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    Corviale: an original residential complex built in the 1970s by a group of architects led by Mario Fiorentino, it is called the 'Serpentone' due to its length of almost a kilometre. Consisting of three main buildings, entirely in reinforced concrete, it houses around 4,500 people and is currently the subject of an extensive renovation and redevelopment project

    Parco Tevere Marconi and Magliana: two river areas of great naturalistic interest in the heart of the city: Parco Tevere Magliana, with an extension of 120,000 square meters, and Parco Tevere Marconi, for three and a half hectares, are the ideal places for a walk or by bicycle, along the banks of the river and away from traffic. Currently, other street furniture interventions are being carried out to complete the area's valorisation work.

    Nuova Fiera di Roma: exhibition and multifunctional center of the Capital, located on via Portuense, between Rome and the 'Leonardo da Vinci' airport in Fiumicino. Made on a project by the Arch. Tommaso Valle, covers an area of ​​almost 400,000 square meters and hosts major events, conferences and international exhibitions. The variety of spaces, 13 meeting rooms with up to 1,000 seats, make it an always active center of initiatives ranging from food to fashion and up to technology and innovation.

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    Street art at the Trullo: the historic hamlet of the Trullo, located in the Tiber Valley, south-west area of ​​Rome, built under the fascist regime to house the displaced people from the historic center following the demolitions, is today a 'romantic suburb', thanks to the work done over the years by a group of artist inhabitants, the 'Poets and Anonymous Painters of the Trullo'.

    Along the streets of the district, where Gianni Rodari taught in the 1960s primary school, among popular architecture, streets and squares, there is an explosion of colours, art and poetry: a gallery of murals that follow one another, with styles and different dimensions, with the combination of images and verses, giving voice to the stories, dreams and emotions of those who were born and live in the neighborhood.

    _ Natural reserves

    The town hall hosts in its territory two Regional Nature Reserves, managed by Roma Natura: the Valle dei Casali Reserve and the Tenuta dei Massimi Reserve.

    Valle dei Casali Reserve: it develops like a green wedge between Villa Pamphili and the Tiber river, enclosing a plateau 80 meters high in the center where the complex system of villas and farmhouses and the presence of large pasture areas is still clearly visible.

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    Tenuta dei Massimi: extends in the westernmost part of the city, through the districts of Corviale, Trullo and Pisana, and holds one of the most natural and rich in biodiversity territories included in the Grande Raccordo Anulare.

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    Drugstore Museum e Circuito Necropoli Portuense: a surprising museum space for a journey through over 5,000 years of history.

    The itinerary includes the funerary monuments of the Necropolis Portuense and Vigna Pia and a stretch of the ancient via Campana, combined through functional spaces and a modern layout where the many precious finds from different eras found in the area are exhibited.

    The space is not only a museum but also a meeting place and social promotion of the neighborhood with a rich program of meetings, conferences and cultural events.

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    The Tevere Day Association, made up of 70 associations, organisations and federations based in the area, is the leader of the Tiberland Project, one of the winners and recipients of funding from the Lazio Region's Call for Proposals for the establishment of DMOs (Destination Management Organisations). The Association has been active and engaged for several years implementing measures for the promotion and enhancement of the river, which culminate in the annual appointment dedicated to the Tiber. Such endeavours have resulted in the creation of a network and in a new tourism product capable of responding to new trends, integrating cultural and natural resources, experiences and outdoor activities.

    The largest association of tourist guides in Lazio, consisting of professionals with different training and specialisations, different language skills and specific target groups (students, families with children, disabled). In the Tiberland Project they work with the aim of making the Rome and Lazio area better known, in particular smaller towns and villages. They also intend to contribute to the promotion and enhancement of the sites in the project area through the organisation of initiatives for local inhabitants and visitors - tours and guided visits for specific targets, including tourist operators and press agents.

  • CoopCulture
    The largest co-operative operating in the cultural sector in Italy, for years committed to building an economy based on area development and social cohesion. It takes part in the Project with the design and organisation of experiences focused on the outdoor cluster, expressed in its various declinations (green tourism, ecotourism, horse-riding, birdwatching, astro-tourism). A decade of experience in designing open-air activities, a vehicle through which to combine walks and activities, applied in a unique context of scenic and environmental beauty, with culture and events. 

    The EBTL is a unitary and joint body made up of the employers' associations in various sectors which are members of Confcommercio (General Federation of Italian Commerce and Tourism), Confesercenti (Italian Confederation of Traders and Hoteliers) and Confindustria (Confederation of Italian Industrialists), as well as the trade unions Filcams-CGIL, Fisascat-CISL, Uiltucs-UIL. It mainly carries out activities identified by collective bargaining in the areas of employment, labour market, income support, training and professional qualification. It takes part in the Tiberland Project with training, qualification and professional requalification activities for the tourist industry.

    For more than 20 years, the association has been committed to the protection and enhancement of the Tiber Island, a treasure chest of historical, artistic and natural resources. Thanks to the active role of the Association, the Tiberland Project is able to rely on experience and expertise useful to promote the discovery of unique places, unknown even to many Romans. In particular, the Association will promote the accessibility and visibility of the underground areas of the Church of San Bartolomeo and the Fatebenefratelli Hospital with special openings for small groups of visitors.

    A joint venture between Legambiente, Extra Comunicazione and SL&A, created with the aim of putting the national landscape at the centre of tourism policies. With regard to the Tiberland Project, its aim is the virtuous development of the Tiber itinerary, to protect the environment, the identity of places and communities. To this end, the company will contribute with research and analysis activities, training activities aimed at the construction of tourist networks and products on the topics of cycle tourism and walking, through the realisation of ASTA – Alta Scuola di Turismo Ambientale (High School of Environmental Tourism) modules, and the designing of events and educational tours related to new tourist products. 

    An association that has been committed for years to sustainable mobility issues and the construction of cycle paths. It has focused its attention in particular on the 'Sentiero Pasolini', a nature trail on the banks of the Tiber that runs for seventeen kilometres between the municipalities IX and X.
    In the Tiberland Project, it is committed to promoting the knowledge, frequentation and maintenance of cycle and pedestrian paths, especially as regards the river area.

    A trade association representing open-air accommodation facilities, which has always been committed to protecting and promoting the specific sector of outdoor accommodation. Staying in a campsite or village is not only cheaper than reverting to traditional facilities, but represents an alternative way of experiencing a holiday, based on a culture of respect and love for nature and the environment. In the Tiberland Project, this trade association is committed to promoting the creation of a territorial network, including through planning and support for the start-up of new activities.

    In the heart of the protected Castel Fusano pine forest reserve, in Ostia Antica, Roma Capitol offers comfortable, high-quality open-air accommodation, with good restaurants and sports facilities, just a few kilometres from the city and the Ostia Antica archaeological park.
    Equipped pitches for caravans, motor homes and tents in the shade of pine trees, as well as the availability of mobile homes for those seeking greater comfort. Also available for guests: a wellness pool, a semi-Olympic pool and, for children, a Spray Park with slides.

    Situated in the heart of the beautiful Veio Park, surrounded by greenery, it is ideally located for those wishing to spend a holiday in the quiet Roman countryside, a short distance from Rome. The campsite has spacious terraced pitches, surrounded by dense and varied vegetation that ensures coolness even in summer. Also equipped with a swimming pool and restaurant, it is an ideal place to stay for families interested in exploring a still authentic and little-known land.

    Spread over an area of about 4 hectares, within the Veio Regional Park, it is only 17 km from the centre of Rome. It offers a range of accommodation units of various sizes and types, as well as large shaded camping pitches. Another big attraction is the Morabeza restaurant (seating about 200), which provides its guests with a swimming pool for children and one for adults, with an equipped solarium and wi-fi area. The perfect place to stay for those seeking a genuine experience and immersion in the beauty of nature.

    Located in the Veio Park, just a few kilometres from Rome, it has been run by the same family for the past 45 years with passion, determination and professionalism. The ideal place for a holiday full of relaxation and fun. A big favourite with families with children seeking a peaceful and natural environment. Besides the available open-air hospitality solutions, the village also offers a quality restaurant, swimming pool and bike rental for excursions. 

  • POIS s.r.l.
    'Street food' is one of the oldest and most traditional forms of enjoying food and wine, by means of which the pleasure of eating is combined with everyday life and the locations within the city and the surrounding countryside. The strong point of the proposal is the encounter between the street food formula and the tradition, flavours and identity of local cuisine. An initiative marked by sustainability, with a short supply chain and compostable packaging; in addition, events and activities on the themes of food education, the history and culture of Rome and its "waterway", the Tiber.

    Active in Rome for 95 years, with a long history of success and recognition in the field of travel organisation for individuals and groups. Art cities, and Rome above all, are at the centre of the interests and activities of this T.O., which has always been committed to itineraries that enhance the cultural, historical, and gastronomic aspects of the regional area. In the Tiberland Project it brings its experience in organising and marketing tourist services with the aim of attracting new segments of tourists.  

    An exclusive tour operator and a member of the Italian “I Borghi più Belli d'Italia” (Italy’s Most Beautiful Villages” Association. The aim is to promote the heritage of the lesser known and more authentic areas of our country, through regional and trans-regional itineraries that meet the demands of the most discerning travellers, promoting the true concept of the Italian lifestyle, from small towns to the major art cities. With its participation in Tiberland, BITN intends to enhance some of the towns in the Project itself in order to promote them in the Italian Village destinations circuit.

    Association with strong roots in Ostia, committed to enhancing the cultural and environmental heritage of one of the most characteristic areas of the city, its seafront. In the Tiberland Project, the Association not only acts as a reference point for the area, but also engages in various activities: redevelopment and enhancement of the Tourist Information Point (PIT) at its headquarters, development of new services for tourists, monitoring the quality of tourist services in the Ostia area, support to new tourism enterprises. 

    A Florentine group operating in the H&R sector and Italian leader in the field of outdoor tourism. It manages nine outdoor facilities, including holiday villages, family parks and campsites in countryside units in Tuscany, Veneto and Lazio. It participates in the Project with three facilities: FABOLOUS Village - Rome, I PINI Family Park in Fiano Romano, ROMA CAMPING IN TOWN characterised by quality open-air accommodation, with sports facilities and excellent catering services.
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