Villa Ada Gardens

Rome is one of the greenest capitals in Europe. But in order to sample the best of its parks and gardens, tourists should definitely head for the excellently endowed and... Villa Ada Gardens

Villa Borghese Gardens

The Villa Borghese Gardens (often referred to as, simply put, Villa Borghese) are, next to other notable green spaces of Rome (such as Villa Ada and Villa Doria Pamphili), the... Villa Borghese Gardens

Botanical Garden of Rome

The Botanical Garden of Rome is located between the Janiculum Hill and the Tiber River, stretching on a surface of about 12 hectares. It is managed by the La Sapienza... Botanical Garden of Rome

Villa Doria Pamphili Gardens

The history of the Villa Doria Pamphili Gardens goes back to the first half of the 17th century. It is one of the largest parks in Rome, stretching on a... Villa Doria Pamphili Gardens

Municipal Rose Garden

From early may to mid or late June, the holidaymakers of Rome have the opportunity to visit one of the most treasured nature gems of the capital: the Municipal Rose... Municipal Rose Garden

Villa Torlonia Gardens

Villa Torlonia is better known to the locals and to the holidaymakers of Rome as a museum. Musei di Villa Torlonia (meaning, the Villa Torlonia Museums) are, thus, housed in... Villa Torlonia Gardens

Villa Celimontana Gardens

The Villa Celimontana Gardens stretch around a mid 16th century villa, a former property of the Mattei family. The villa and its gardens lie on a site from where plenty... Villa Celimontana Gardens

Savello Park

The Savello Park of Rome, which is also known as the Garden of Oranges, lies on the Aventine Hill, behind the Basilica of Santa Sabina, near Piazza Pietro d’Illiria (one... Savello Park

Vatican Gardens

The Vatican remains one of the densest tourist sights for holidaymakers of Rome, its wealth of attractions being complemented by the lush Vatican Gardens. The gardens stretch on a surface... Vatican Gardens

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