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Ostia is the popular coast of Rome. A sea full of real life, of people, of young people and of dogs that run along the seafront. An ideal place to take pictures of a thousand year old sea, the Mediterranean, which here in the Tyrrhenian coast marked the beginning of Roman civilization according to…
Take the train from Porta San Paolo station to Lido di Ostia to get to the beach. Privat beaches (where you pay to use the facilities) near the stations, free beaches further along (walk or take the bus).
BEACH: The neighbourhood was founded in 1884 near the remains of Ostia Antica, the port city of ancient Rome. The train ride is covered by the daily transport passes that covers Rome's Metro and bus public transport system.
Ostia by Airbnb Experiences
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