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Newest reviews for Camping Tiber

  • Anonymous
    July 28, 2014

    WIFI everywhere Friendly personel (especially the bartender, younger staff and older man in shop) Clean pool Clean and good facilities Good access to rome through shuttlebus and tram Cheap (though that comes at a price) Overall a pretty neat camping

    Not all staff is as friendly, 1 person in particular was simply rude (younger man in shop) Parking closer to the small bungalows would have been nice The lights on the outside of the small bungalows didnt work In our bungalow, the electric switches pretty much fell apart Horrible matrasses


  • Ponirin
    July 22, 2014

    Room is small Not clean Shabby area


  • Carlos
      Costa Rica
    July 22, 2014

    Pool Bar/Rest Friends Market Party


  • Anonymous
    July 17, 2014

    The staff was very friendly. There was a nice market and restaurant.

    The pool smelt very bad. You had to pay for the shuttle bus to Prima Porta. This wasn't mentioned on the website. The wifi was very bad, it continually disconnected.


  • Jakub
      Czech Republic
    July 12, 2014

    Great position near Rome. Shuttle bus to train station. Clear toilets and showers. Market in camp. Polite and english speaking personal. We were allowed to let our car in camp even when we weren't already residents there, while visiting Rome.

    One of our beds was very used, sleeping on it was not really comfortable.


  • Anonymous
    June 27, 2014

    excellent and helpful staff/ facilities

    The food at restaurant not good and expensive. only the pizza is very good and worth the money


  • Irene
      South Africa
    June 22, 2014

    Very friendly service at shop now. Rude man at shop/supermarket is no longer there. Lovely mobile (4 persons) with kitchen (no. 5). Bird life under trees was wonderful. The whole atmosphere at Camping Tiber makes us return. Very neat public showers/wc's, gardens etc - as always! Swimming pool - as always! Friendly and helpful staff at reception and bar. Tall young man at bar went out of his way to help two weary travellers with food at nearly 11pm. Thank you! Laundry facilities. I will always return to Camping Tiber.

    "Courtesy bus": the small silver one is needs some care; grubby, rattling, seems on its last legs. "Courtesy bus": some people could not get on (loading constraint) - why not use the larger bus, especially late afternoon? "Courtesy bus": younger driver never friendly - doesn't seem to like the job. "Courtesy bus to/from station": used to be free, now E1 (return) - for some that is a lot of money. Staff in bar/restaurant: new young female staff get orders wrong and are slow. Restaurant: Saltimbocca was not nearly as nice as in 2012!!! Service in restaurant / food has deteriorated. What went wrong with the internet pc's: now only two? Difficult when it is busy. This is a good service to have - don't let it go. Camping Tiber must update its website and entry on - there is no mention that the bus is no longer free, that there is no bus after 12 noon until 16:30. No timetable for the local public transport bus nor bus 200 to/from Rome. It is a bit too long (time) to get to/from Rome...... but not complaining yet.


  • Mavourneen
      South Africa
    April 17, 2014

    Friendly and helpful staff members. An awesome place to stay.


  • Anonymous
    October 27, 2013

    I have ben there 3 holidays and every times it have good .


  • Anonymous
    October 20, 2013

    Nothing I like it, insect fly and bit people, room is too small for two people. I suppose stay for three night and I changed to other camping site after first night, can't even sleep for whole night ,and the toilet is far from the camping spite.other people moving on other site will shake my bed. Terriable.

    Nothing I like it


  • Inese
      United Kingdom
    October 14, 2013

    Good reception, clean toilets and showers. It was perfect for me and my little sister, we had lovely time considering how much we paid! Thank you Tiber camp!


  • Philippa
      United Kingdom
    September 15, 2013

    It was just a lovely place to stay, and the shuttle bus too and from the train station was very useful. The restaurant was also very nice and reasonably priced for both breakfast and dinner.

    Although the shuttle bus was useful, it did not run late enough if you wanted to stay for a relaxed evening meal in Rome.


  • Xanthe
      United Kingdom
    September 4, 2013

    Reception staff communicated in English. Stayed in one of 12 chalets. Was not a noisy campsite. Pitches seemed well laid out despite not using a tent/caravan for this holiday. Commute to centre of Rome nearly an hour via campsite coach and metro system. Transport however reliable. Rome in August is fairly quiet so on third day went by car rather than Metro and toured with ease. On site restaurant was good, efficient and priced sensibly.

    Campsite is off a road which is popular with prostitutes. If travelling with family, take the motorway exit for Porta Prima to avoid. Did not use pool, seemed unclean-perhaps nearing end of season but nevertheless with so much to see and do in Rome, it was not needed.


  • Indiraaquilinapruelo
    September 3, 2013

    Great value for money, friendly staff. Recommended for families with young children since they have swimming pool and they offer transport service to the train station.

    It was clearly stated on their website "free bus going to the train station but when we took their shuttle we were asked to pay. (confusing!)


  • Ivana
    August 24, 2013

    Our second time in Tiber camp. Cheap accommodation. Far but very good connected. We stayed in mobile home and they was clean.

    Beds are very soft and couple who shared mobile home with us was very loud like they are alone so we didn't get much sleep.


  • Anonymous
    July 5, 2013


    Far away


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