Isola Pedonale Lido di Ostia

Isola Pedonale Lido di Ostia

Isola Pedonale Lido di Ostia
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Wivim
Valencian Community, Spain76 contributions
Dec 2013 • Friends
Shops, restaurants, bars and if you happen to be there the right moment the sunset is great! It's only walking area, no cars no noise, you can take your dog,children can play around with skates and bikes. Very nice!
Written January 16, 2014
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kolya08
Rome, Italy141 contributions
Apr 2017 • Friends
Nice place with shops and restaurants.
Ostia is a small town on the sea shore - this place turns out to be the best place to stay having an ice cream and walking toward the sea
Written May 13, 2017
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2QRIUSCanuck
Toronto, Canada8 contributions
Jun 2013 • Business
Easy journey to Ostia from Paramide stationing Rome. urban train from Porto S. Paulo to direction C. Colombo. 5 minute walk to the pier from the station "Ostia Centrale". Beach is typical for many that I have seen in Italy where it seems that most all ocean access is privately owned. You must pay to enter the water. Also, the water in Ostia is quite turbid and not very inviting. I suspect this could be from the outflow of the Tiber. If you are looking for a more enjoyable experience at the beach while in Rome, It would be my recommendation to visit Santa Marinella instead. It is a bit further and available from the station S. Pietro. An easy 45 minute journey directly to the beach.
Written June 24, 2013
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michelesmith2016
Oxford, UK124 contributions
Jun 2019 • Friends
busy but lively and full of people. lots of restaurants, bars and shops and nicely lit so a stroll after dinner was a pleasure
Written June 5, 2019
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Ed T
78 contributions
Dec 2017
My last visit was in the winter, but I was surprised that this beachfront area is still quite lively in the winter, especially on milder days. Unless you're staying locally, skip the car; parking is a blood sport here. The train is only a few blocks from the waterfront, and it's a safe walk during the day. Summer nights you'll find plenty of people and many restaurant options, and a surprising number are open for local residents year-round.
Written November 11, 2018
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phat_dawg_21
Alpharetta, GA13,464 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
This is a great area for dining and shopping. There were lots of interesting shops.

Also nice for an afternoon break. We especially enjoyed it in the evening after dinner.

We found several cafes that were good for an after dinner beverage. One had a elevated terrace which a good view if the street.
Written June 25, 2016
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edward02494
Boston, MA179 contributions
May 2016
we have been in Rome for over 3 weeks & were tired (me) of shopping or looking at churches or ruins.. We decided to go to the beach. It was 1 & 1/2e on the metro each to get to the beach (3 changes), We walked for about 2-3 miles along the water up to the marina. The beach chairs were out & places were opening for the season, Men were fishing from rocks (didn't see any catching). It was a hot day but a pleasent breeze off the water made it very comfortable. The boats in the marina were all sizes w/ a lot of sailboats.
Written May 29, 2016
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Christmate11
Bangkok, Thailand2,284 contributions
Nov 2015 • Family
We had chosen Lido di Ostia as a stopover between two flights at Fiumicino. Lido di Ostia offered a great escape to rest and chill out. As it was on a Sunday, there were many visitors in this pleasant pedestrian area.
Written December 8, 2015
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Emma S
253 contributions
May 2014 • Friends
Very nice place to escape from the crowdy Rome. Easy to reach, with the train, from Piramide station.Beautiful area full of stores, bars and restaurants. Perfect for a walk with friends or for couples.
Written March 30, 2015
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Mariia B
Kyiv, Ukraine398 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
Coming back from noisy Rome full of tourists to Lido di Ostia, you can eajoy the rest near Tyrrhenian Sea with amazing beaches & terrifying vies to the sea.... Take the real Italian ice-cream & have a walk in this place. It can't disaapoint anyone... Enjoying sunset listening to italian music... what can be better)
Written October 10, 2014
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