Ponte Sisto, or Sisto Bridge, is one of Rome's most famous bridges, crossing the Tiber River and connecting Rome’s historic center with the charming Trastevere neighborhood, where laundry swings overhead and flowers burst from window boxes.

The Ponte Sisto offers one of the most beautiful perspectives on Rome’s skyline, from the Janiculum Hill in the west to the St. Peter's Basilica in the north. Ponte Sisto was rebuilt on the ruins of the Roman bridge, “Pons Aurelio”, which was built under Emperor Antonino, with the aim to connect the two river banks.

The bridge is beautiful during the day and even more at night when it is beautifully lit up.