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1 Villa Borghese
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Rank: 8 About 282

Villa Borghese is the largest and one of the most visited public parks in the astonishing of Rome. It is renowned for its incredibly scenic beauty that comprises of paths, fountains, lakes and...

Reviewed by: Harsh
Address: Villa Borghese + Share


2 Gianicolo
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Rank: 18 About 282

A green hill permeated the ancient history of the city. Although not within the famous seven hills of the capital is among the most popular and frequented mainly by the panorama of the city.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Roma + Share


3 Bio Park
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Rank: 25 About 282

It is one of the largest parks in the city, and one of the oldest zoos in Europe. It covers about 18 hectares and is home to about 1,000 different animals including birds, reptiles and mammals. The Oasis of the lake is composed of children's...

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4 Villa Ada
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Rank: 47 About 282

Villa Ada is one of the largest parks in Rome, Italy, spread in a surface of 450 acres. Situated in the northeast part of the city, it is home to an ancient archeological site, Monte...

Reviewed by: Punam
Address: Via Salaria, 237, + Share


5 Colle Oppio
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Rank: 65 About 282

Built on a green hill that slopes gently down to the Colosseum, one of the oldest and richest archaeological sites in Rome. The Oppian Hill is a park, constituted as such in the thirties, that has the privilege of hosting the remains of the grandiose...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Parco di Traiano + Share


6 Orto Botanico
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Rank: 69 About 282

It is located at the top of the Janiculum, and is currently managed by the University of Sapienza. The garden is about 12 acres large and inside you can find 3,000 different species of plants.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Largo Cristina di Svezia, 24 + Share


7 Parco degli Acquedotti
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Rank: 70 About 282

It has a total 240 hectares, its name must be linked to the presence within it of seven ancient Roman aqueducts that supplied the city: the Marcia aqueduct, the Tepula, that Julia, the Felice, Claudia and the Anio Novus to, as well to the underground,...

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8 Parco Rosati
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Rank: 71 About 282

It covers an area of 4,300 square meters, a beautiful green area in the heart of EUR district of Rome. There are rooms reserved for dining, receptions and corporate parties. Much entertainment for the whole family such as swings, a skating rink, and...

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9 Villa Pamphilj
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Rank: 81 About 282

Villa Doria Pamphili is a seventeenth century villa and known as the largest landscaped public park in Rome, Italy. This park has landscape gardens with the exterior statues giving a rich allure....

Reviewed by: Chiranjiv
Address: Villa Doria Pamphilj + Share


10 Villa Torlonia
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Rank: 82 About 282

A small green jewel in the heart of Rome. Interesting for its historical and cultural value, the seventeenth-century villa was inhabited by the Mussolini family. Do not miss the hoot owls, whimsical art nouveau building that houses stained glass...

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11 Oasi Castel di Guido
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Rank: 118 About 282

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12 Oasi di Porto
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Rank: 119 About 282

Address: via Portuense, n° 2260 + Share


13 Villa Aldobrandini
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Rank: 240 About 282

The villa, lavishly decorated, it housed a priceless collection of works of art that has been enriched over time of all the major works of Italian artists, Giovanni Bellini, Giorgione and Correggio, and then Leonardo, Mantegna, Tintoretto, Titian,...

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Address: Via Panisperna + Share


14 Villa Celimontana
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Rank: 241 About 282

On the western summit of the Celio hill rises this century villa which covers a site of Flavian and Trajan which are city walls. Hosted the fifth cohort of the castra Vigiles. Interesting coming from the monumental portal-Villa Giustiniani Massimo.

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Address: via della navicella + Share

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