Rome : Parks Where to Lie Down and Relax

Rome : Parks Where to Lie Down and Relax

Rome : Parks where to lie down and relax

Do you want to relax in one of the parks of the city of Rome? With a book or with your children? Our capital offers its citizens and tourists who visit it in thousands every year, the opportunity to withdraw from the metropolitan confusion and find a few hours of relaxation and relaxation in the midst of nature. Large parks and thick vegetation populate the different districts of Rome. Let's find out some.

Villa Borghese is the most famous city park in Rome.
The Gianicolo is a green and inhabited hill located in the central western part of the city of Rome.

 The Pincio park in Rome is a green area designed and built in the early nineteenth century where before there were some ancient aristocratic villas.

 The Bioparco di Roma is one of the largest parks in the city, as well as one of the oldest zoos in all of Europe.

Villa Doria Pamphilj is the largest villa among the Roman ones, it has green spaces, woods with magnificent fountains, and beautiful places to rest.

The Parco della Caffarella in the Appio district is a large valley with wide spaces, greenery and recreational-recreational activities.

Villa Sciarra is a small villa which in the past has witnessed the resistance of the Roman Republic. Until 1928 the villa was under the ownership of an American couple and subsequently donated to the Municipality.

Monte Mario offers one of the most enchanting views over all of Rome.

 Villa Celimontana with its wonderful park is always ready to offer tired tourists, and the Roman who wants to escape from the daily routine, places that are very suitable for pleasant stops.

 Villa Celimontana is a short distance from the Colosseum and the archaeological area of ​​the Palatine Hill.

Villa Ada instead presents areas of different eras, and occupies a large green area, with woods and gardens that follow the style of English gardens.

 Villa Glori is located on the border of the Parioli district, the entrance is through the Piazzale della Rimembranza, where the Garibaldi army clashed with the papal army in 1867. Close to the Villa you can reach the Auditorium Parco della Musica.

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