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Parco Savello
#1 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
It’s a tranquil oasis of monasteries, villas, churches & parks like this serene garden lined with orange trees.
A perfectly kept path guides you up to the terrace by the far edge of the park that offers a stunning view of the city (Altare della Patria, the Campidoglio, St Peters Basillica etc.) any time of the day.
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Monte Pincio
#2 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
From Piazza di Espana, i walk to Pinci Park, one of the nicest parks in Rome with a splendid vue to the piazza del Poppolo, view over Rome to the Vatican; I like very much pincio gardens, for spent an afternoon in...
Along the way is a expensive Michelin star restaurant, a wonderful park, where we saw two parrots in the trees, a lake and of course the entire Villa Borghese area.
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Colle del Gianicolo
#3 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The highest of Citta' Eterna where one can walk across ancient Roman ruins, old churches, monuments of Italian Risorgimento and parks
A lovely square from which to admire all of the beauties of Rome, enjoy a coffee or meal, and stroll through the beautiful park.
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Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica
#4 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The Appian Way is a magnificent cultural experience if you enjoy walking, appreciate nature, find solace in quiet, and relish a direct of experience of history.
The Appia is open to traffic on its first couple of miles, then it's part of the Appian Way national park and is closed to motored traffic, excepted locals (the Appia is still inhabited by very wealthy Romans, you...
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Roseto Comunale
#5 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
A small park with the nicest Roses of Rome, superb to see in May, the fragrance of more as 1000 differant sorts is heavenly, but only if you have a heart for flowers, and overall the roses, flowers of love.
Surely, it's one of the most rewarding nature experience in Rome.
Villa Doria Pamphilj
#6 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Amazing park, with lots of open areas, playgrounds, sculptures, fountains, pond and old estate inside.
The park is o believe the largest in the city and a completely unexpected rural pleasure in a very busy urban space.
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Parco degli Acquedotti
#7 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
This enchanting park is perfect for a walk, for cycling and for picnics, as well as for seeing some ancient acqueducts romantically located in the countryside.
We then had a great lunch at a cafe back towrds the metro station before returning to the park to sit ononeof the benches and soak up some sun and views of the aqueducts Strongly recommend a visit.
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Priorato dei Cavalieri di Malta
#8 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The park just to the right of the keyhole is nice too with benches, a great view of Rome and the Vatican, and lots of picnic spots.
We had a lovely walk up to the keyhole from the centre, we walked around the circus Maximus track then up the hill to the keyhole, on route there was a lovely park which had stunning views over the city, there is...
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Villa Torlonia
#9 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The Villa Torlonia park and museums are a delightful Roman break from ancient ruins (although you can find them!).
There are two small, but magnificent museums which are worth visiting, and the park itself is very-very lovely.
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Isola Tiberina
#10 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
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Parco della Caffarella
#11 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Gorgeous park where you can truly enjoy the green scenery and old roman ruins, perfect to just stroll around and fill your lungs with oxygen and your eyes with vast green scenery, perfect for a serene moment.
The park is located just a few blocks southwest of the Colli Albani station on the A (orange) line of the metro.
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Parco Tutti Insieme
#12 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Villa Ada
#13 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The trees at Villa Ada are just fantastic, the park is an amazing spot for runners, and I love it has areas for everyone, I had lovely running mornings there during my visit to Rome.
A very beautiful park with nice coffee shops and playgrounds for kids.
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Vatican Gardens Vatican City 4.1 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Vatican City
The gardens and parks were created during the Renaissance and Baroque era and there are some enshrined images of the Blessed Virgin Mary within the Vatican Gardens from the different places of the devotion through...
Split into two areas—the sprawling park of the Villa Pia and forest above it, and the landscaped gardens behind the apse of the Basilica—the gardens are spread over nearly 40 acres and contain rare palms and plant...
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Parco Natura e Fattoria Didattica Voloalto
#14 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Palazzo Farnese
#15 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
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Parco Centrale del Lago
#16 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Fiume Tevere
#17 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
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Bioparco
#18 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
We enjoyed the change of pace away from the hustle and bustle of the city of Rome and the Borghese park opposite the zoo also allows you to continue the more sedate pace while you make your way back to the city.
As someone that appreciates and is fascinated by all things nature; trees, plants, birds, insects, and living creatures; we had become a oversaturated with the crowds, heat and hard limestone ruins, statues, and b...
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Giardino degli Aranci
#19 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Exquisite orange park with superb panoramic views of Rome
This park we heard about via a taxi driver as something to go to just because of its views over Rome and the Vatican It is a small park but to sit in there on a sunny autumn day was peaceful and calm and away from...
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Giardino di Sant'Alessio
#20 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Parco di Colle Oppio
#21 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The park is large, from what we saw well kept, good wide walking paths, gardens, statues and fountains, but the nicest section of the park for us was the rose trellises which had roses in bloom.
I'd return again.. altho I didn't explore the park further, I'd definately enjoy passing through the same way again at the least.
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Orto Botanico di Roma
#22 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
The park is one of our favourite places in Rome, a gem hidden in the Trastevere neighbourhood.
Simply a must-see if you are a nature/garden lover!
Villa Borghese Gardens
#23 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
After 3 days running around Rome looking at historic sites and ancient artifacts we wanted a change of pace away from the hectic hustle and bustle of Rome's more famous attractions and found it in the park that su...
Between the important villas of the park are :Galleria Borghese, Villa Medici and Villa Giulia.
Riserva Naturale di Monte Mario
#24 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Villa Celimontana
#25 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Just above the Colosseum is a little park, there are regular summer jazz concerts, in a shady pine park; ideal also for pic nics, pony rides; musik are performed in the summer evenings.
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Piazza di Siena
#26 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
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I Giardini del Quirinale
#27 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
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Giardino di Sant'Andrea al Quirinale
#28 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome
Intriguing sculpture and elements throughout the park, well situated near other museums and attractions.
Orti Farnesiani sul Palatino
#29 of 111 Nature & Parks in Rome