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Parks and Gardens
From Janiculum Promenade you can enjoy one of the most evocative views of the historic centre of Rome.
The Capitoline gardens climb the slopes of the hill of the same name, in the heart of Rome.
The Landriana Gardens located at Tor San Lorenzo in Ardea, about 30 km from Rome, extend for 10 hectares within a large estate on the coast and ar[...]
The gardens rise around Castel Sant’Angelo and were created in the 1930s by Attilio[...]
Among the many noble villas in Rome, Villa Balestra is one of the less known and popular: it is hidden in the heart of the elegant and quiet Parioli district, and for this reason i[...]
The historic and eclectic gardens, inaugurated in 1888, are the heart of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele I[...]
The Vatican Gardens occupy about two thirds of the surface of the Vatican City and have been the Pope's resting and meditation place since 1279, when Pope Nicholas III moved the pa[...]
The beautiful Giardino delle Cascate (the Garden of the Waterfalls), realized in 1961 on a design by the great architect Raffaele De Vico, is a splendid example of[...]
In the heart of the Roman countryside is the splendid private rose garden, born in the '70s from the passion of the architect Maresa Del Bufalo, k[...]
On the Aventine Hill is this enchanting garden, once part of the possessions of the suppressed co[...]
A small green oasis in the city’s historic center, in the Rione Monti, close to the churches o[...]
A beautiful example of medieval poetry and architecture
Along the Roman coast we can see the dune ecosystem, rarer and rarer along the coasts of the Italian peninsula.
We are in the Natural Reserve of the Roman Coast. The drainage, carried out about a century ago, gave back fertility to these fields, thus restoring their agricultural and pastoral use.
The Oasis of Porto is located at the mouth of the Tiber, near Fiumicino and extends around the ancient Port of Trajan, built in t[...]
In the heart of Rome between Via della Lungara and the Gianicolo Hill, you can find a magical place where to walk away from the chaos of the city, and enjoy the sp[...]
Part of the Eur Central Park, the artificial lake was projected by Marcello Piacentini and planned by the original project of the 1942 Universal Exposition.
Seductive landscapes of wild and still unspoiled nature
The main entrance of Parco degli Scipioni is beyond Porta Latina, a few steps away from the small Renaissance oratory of San Giovanni in Oleo.
Built between 1877 and 1883 on an area of about eleven hectares, and today within the Valle dei Casali Nature Reserve between the Via Aurelia and the Via Portuense, Forte[...]
The Park dell'Inviolatella Borghese is a wild and vast park, one of the large green lungs of the city located in the north area, in the XV Municipality of Rome, between Via Flaminia, Via Cassia and[...]
An integral part of the Regional Park of the Appian Way, it constitutes[...]
The Parco delle Energie is located in the Pigneto-Prenestino area and bordered by via Prenestina, via di Portonaccio and by the railway track and the area of the[...]
A large green area including lawns, slopes and exceptional evidence of the ancient Rome, such as the remains of the Dom[...]
Opened to the public in 2013 and included in the Natural Reserve of Monte Mario si[...]
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