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Skip the Line: Borghese Gallery and Gardens Walking Tour
"One of Rome's richest and most interesting villas the Borghese Gallery and Museum houses a vast and diverse collection of sculptures and paintings produced by masters such as Bernini Canova Caravaggio and Titian. Your guide will lead you through the gallery's breathtaking rooms and reveal the secrets stories and techniques behind the masterpieces. Then you will go for an enchanting stroll though the Villa Borghese Gardens and enjoy the surprises and tranquillity of this Eden in the heart of busy Rome. The famous Villa Borghese is a truly magi surrounded by vast gardens filled with fountains monuments and diverse flora. It's a treat for all the senses. The tour ends with a breathtaking view from atop the Pincio terrace. All entrance fees to the Borghese Gallery and Museum are included in the tour price. Tours are conducted in
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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
From EUR135.00
 
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

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VILLA BORGHESE - A day in the park.........

Villa Borghese is overwhelming in its natural beauty, art treasures and cultural history and sheer size. According to the Herald Tribune: "Until 1902 Villa Borghese, with a circumference of 9...
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icunme
May 23, 2006

Villa Borghese LAKE - Tempio di Esculapio

Imagine a lovely ride in a row-boat on a peaceful lake in the center of Rome! This serene lake in Villa Borghese will take you into a living Monet painting - lush greenery, swans, small row boats seek...
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icunme
Aug 17, 2009

Goethe statue sets trend in Villa Borghese

In 1903 the German Emperor William II commissioned a statue to commemorate the Roman sojourn of Goethe and this was placed in Villa Borghese. Other governments followed and meet many world renowned...
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icunme
Aug 19, 2006

villa borghese

the villa borghese was originally built for cardinal scipione borghese in 1605. in the 19th century prince camillo borghese combined his huge art collection in the casino borghese. today the casino is...
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doug48
Apr 04, 2011

1908 - Bioparco di Roma

In 1908 'bioparco di roma' was founded.In 1911 it opened it's doors and it wasa huge succes back then.You need to know that 'Carl Hagenbeck' standardswere used. Now , that name probably doesn'tring a...
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belgianchocolate
Jun 29, 2004

VILLA BORGHESE

This is the largest park in Rome with a perimeter of six kilometers and it is also the loveliest with a wealth of trees and charming paths. Entrance is from the overpass of the Viale del Obelisco or...
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ruki
Aug 16, 2005

The Art and The Park --Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese is 3 1/2 miles in circumference. It was created by Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the 1600s. Umberto I, king of Italy, acquired it in 1902 & presented it to the city of Rome. It's...
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Sandi-2004
Sep 16, 2004

For art-lovers and torturers...

Villa Borghese is problaby the most famous park in Rome. It’s quite close to the Piazza Spagna (the Spanish steps). It’s a huge green park, perfect for picnics it’s said, and where you also can visit...
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Henrik_rrb
Dec 27, 2004

VILLA BORGHESE

Villa Borghese goes way back to the 1580s when it was owned by the Family Borghese themselves. In the beginning of the 1600, Cardinal Scipione Caffarelli Borghese decided to start buying the...
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STEFZAMM
Mar 24, 2005

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

Apollo and Daphne...

A must see is Villa Borghese it's a beautifull park were you find the Museao e Galleria Borghese, a collection of important paintings and sculptures gathered by the Borghese family.I saw a beautifull...
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Dutch1980
Oct 02, 2004

More about Villa Borghese...

But, to be honest, there were of course things that even I liked. The roof paintings were really interesting, as some of the other paintings. That I liked the paintings in the roof had by the way...
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Dec 27, 2004
 
 
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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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