It is a beautiful park where you can relax and walk safe with your child. There are no too much infrastructures for children but they enjoy it anyway because they feel free to run in the grass.
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We chanced to stop by at this beautiful garden while coming down from Civitavecchia to Rome. While driving down this lovely street Via Aurelia Antica our driver stopped at what looked like the back gates of a garden with a smile that this place is...More
Walk, jog, bike or just come for a picnic if the weather permits. There is a serene pond area in the middle of the park where you find the locals sitting, watching, feeding the ducks and geese. You can spend a couple of hours walking...More
A large park that is really well used by the locals for running, biking, working out or just strolling. There is a good bistro for drinks and snacks at very reasonable prices. In the opposite corner to the bistro is a view point over the...More
Villa Doria Pamphili is a lovely place. The gardens are really big and quite nice and the building is nice as well. There are some lovely art works and you can tell the people who lived here were people of influence. Worth a visit if...More
We were told about this park in passing by the owner of our apartment, and so decided to go visit on the Sunday we were in Rome. So glad we did, as it was a highlight of our holiday. The park is huge and has...More
It is a beautiful huge park with lots of animals. In the river I even made videos with wild turtles, lots of birds and rats I saw as well running away. Nice fountains and the villa with gardens. But the signs are not very well...More
The park was big and spacy. Nothing really fancy (compared to other parks in Rome) but quiet and nice. Different kinds of trees are growing in the park. Good for a nice walk. Keep in mind that there is only one entrance! Although googlemaps shows...More