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Vintage Vespa Tour with Gourmet Picnic Experience at Villa Borghese
"The best way to visit Rome is on board of a 2-wheels vehicle do as the Romans do to live an experience as a local. Meet your friendly driver at the meeting point and start your roman adventure that will take you alongside the Aurelian Walls and the River Tiber passing through ancient monumental city gates.Get a breathtaking view of the Colosseum and Ancient Rome stop for your best picture then head to secret and unusual streets and alleys not reachable just by walking. You’ll drink from the Roman fountains that to this day provide the city with the best public water supply in Italy. you’ll visit the Aventine Hil will have a spy from the famous key hole  the time-honoured Appian Way and the remains of ancient Roman aqueducts and baths. As a special treat
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Private Tour: Breathtaking Views of Rome
"The tour ""Views of Rome"" will be an experience to bring back home with you forever. It's short so not too invasive in your holiday schedule we offer you a unique view of the Eternal City that without a car would take you days. Your driver will guide you to the highest points of Rome-Rome is extremely spectacular from it's heights! Your chauffeur will drive you to some of the most fascinating and suggestive places of Rome.*A tour a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check on  the website the opening times of the location you want to visit and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.""""Our 3 hours tour will take you to Gianicolo
From EUR320.00
 
Small-Group Segway Rome Tours
"See the most significant attractions of the Eternal City from the comfort of a self-balancing Segway on this eco-friendly sightseeing tour of Rome with 3 options depending on what you want to see and how long you’d prefer to tour.Historic Tour: (3 Hours)Depart from the pedestrian zone of Castel Sant’Angelo after a short training session and head to St.Peters Basilica Rome’s iconic symbol of Christianity. Glide around the oldest quarters of Rome to Piazza Navona built over the site of the Stadium of Domitian. Admire the columns of the imperial Pantheon a former Greek temple built by Hadrian in 126 AD. Ride along the Roman Forum to the Colosseum perhaps Rome’s most iconic building. Take a tour of Piazza Venezia
From $58.00

Villa Borghese Tips (78)

An absolute must-see art museum in Rome

The former Casina Borghese houses the Borghese family's amazing collection of sculptures and paintings. Cardinal Scipione Borghese, for whom the villa was originally built, was an avid art collector,...
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Jefie
Jul 19, 2016

Third Largest Public Garden in Rome 2

part two of my tips with more pictures around the huge areaThe Villa Borghese Gardens in The Center of Rome is the Third Largest Public Garden of Rome after Villa Doria Pamphili and Villa Ada. This...
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machomikemd
Jun 03, 2016

Viale Giorgio Washington Entrance

there are many Entrances to the huge Villa Borghese Public Gardens but the most spectacular entrance will be along the Viale Giorgio Washington Entrance, near the Piazza Del Popolo as it has large...
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machomikemd
May 27, 2016

Third Largest Public Garden in Rome 1

The Villa Borghese Gardens in The Center of Rome is the Third Largest Public Garden of Rome after Villa Doria Pamphili and Villa Ada. This huge area coveres about 80 hectares (148 acres) and...
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machomikemd
May 27, 2016

A walk (bike or row) in the Park

If you go to Galleria Borghese (and even if you don’t) take some time to explore the great green spaces of Villa Borghese and the Pincio. A onetime vineyard turned private park developed by the same...
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goodfish
Dec 31, 2014

A beautiful Sunday in the park

Villa Borghese is an estate originally built for Cardinal Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V, at the beginning of the 17th century. At the turn of the 20th century, the villa and its gardens...
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Jefie
Nov 27, 2014

A Fresh Oasis

After four or five times in Rome, I must confess that I couldn't get time, yet, to visit the museum of Villa Borghese. But when I visited it with all the family and friends, after an exhaustive...
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solopes
Oct 02, 2014

PARK OF THE VILLA BORGHESE

I am not quite sure if the park in which the Villa Borghese is located is also called "Villa Borghese" park, but I can certainly advise to visit it. Although we (my husband and me) stayed in Rome only...
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Minceta
Oct 08, 2012

Villa Borghese, a Peaceful Refuge

Villa Borghese, a peaceful refuge from the hectic streets of Rome, features a lake, temples, fountains, statues and several museums. Located north of the Spanish Steps, the park has two main...
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von.otter
Sep 03, 2012

Villa Borghese

Designed in the 17th century for Cardinal Borghese, the gardens of Villa Borghese became a public park around 1900. The park is planted with the typically Roman umbrella pines and makes a beautiful...
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MM212
Nov 26, 2011

Villa Borghese - A quiet day away in the city.

The Villa Borghese is a large green area just to the north of the hectic centre of Rome. It is a welcome relief after several days of sightseeing, especially when it is hot!There are a few cafes...
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zadunajska8
Nov 04, 2011

The Gardens of Villa Borghese

These extensive gardens cover 148 acres on the Monte Pincio hill, and are easily accessible on foot from central Rome.They were laid by Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the 17th century, but the present...
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iblatt
Oct 07, 2011
 
 
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Villa Medici

The famous Villa Medici in Piazza della Trinita Monti was formerly the house in Rome of the Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (and part of the Medici Clan who is famous for the...
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Pincio

Behind the statues in the photo, if you go up the stairs, it will lead you to the Pincio (the Pincian Hill). It was outside the ancient boundaries of Rome and was not considered one of the Seven...
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Bioparco di Roma

As we were travelling with our 2 years old child, visiting the Zoo was a "must do" activity :) It was convenient for us that the zoo is situated almost in the city center. They call it actually...
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Galleria Borghese - Museum

This is one of the main museums in Rome, particularly if you like sculpture. The museum houses most part of the Borghese collection of paintings, sculptures and antiquities. The collection was begun...
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Basilica Santa Maria del Popolo

The church of Santa Maria del Popolo, where in Angels and Demons Robert Langdon goes to look for the "hole of the Devil", was built initially from a small chapel built by Pope Paschal II. Why that...
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Via Veneto

Via Veneto is one of the city's most famous and elegant streets. Ever since the Barberini family built its palazzo at the bottom of the street in the 17th century, the area became home to wealthy...
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Getting to Villa Borghese

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Via Aldrovandi, Via Raimondi (2 entries), Via Pinciana (2 entries), Piazzale Sao Paulo, Piazzale Flaminio Square Cervantes, Rome Italy

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