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Tiber Hostel and Camping Reviews

Via Tiberina km 1.400, Rome (Prima Porta), I-00188, Rome, Italy

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1497 Total Reviews
  • 85%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 65%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 85%Atmosphere
  • 78%Cleanliness
  • 78%Facilities

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Is too far away from Rome (you have to take a train or bus for 18 minutes) , extremely, even if you want to arrive after 12 AM, you have to walk more than 1 km, from the main station. The wifi never worked, never, was annoying. If you want to take a shower you have to prepare your body for a cold bath, of 4 days that I stayed there, just once I could take a hot shower.

  • 15th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Colombia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


If you're a grey nomads looking to enjoy your golden years, tiber is the place for you. If you're a young traveler looking to see the sights, save some euros and have a good time, look elsewhere. It's 40 minutes to Rome, the shuttle costs, there are no kitchens, The restaurant is a bland exercise in ripping you off and there's no WiFi. Would only recommend if you're uninterested in the city, eat canned food and enjoy the company of drunk retirees.


For visiting Rome, I would not say this is ideal. It's a bit far from the city, and it does cost a little bit of money to get in and out each day (1 euro for the shuttle to and from the train station, 1,50 for the train ticket). The train itself works fine, but it takes about 30 minutes to to the city. The bathrooms were nice, well-maintained. The bungalow we stayed in was okay, kind of damp. A fine option if the city hostels are too pricey and you don't mind the extra time in transport.


Unforgettable experience... Would want to come at Tiber hostel and camping again and again and again and again....Excellent !!!

  • 6th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Pakistan
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Had a couple cold showers, but the staff was amazing, even drove us to the metro stop at 6:45am when the shuttle doesn't start until 8am. A little far from Rome and sketchy if you miss the last tram back and have to take the bus, but well worth the money. You DO have to pay 1 Euro for the shuttle we thought it was free but IT IS NOT.

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