A break from the hustle and bustle of the city to immerse yourself in the greenery of parks and historic villas.

Vatican Gardens

The Vatican Gardens occupy about two thirds of the surface area of the Vatican City State and have been the Pope’s resting and meditation place since 1279, when Pope Nicholas III moved the papal residence from the Lateran to the Vatican.

Villa Borghese

The vast Villa Borghese Park extends into the heart of the city, encompassing the area between the Aurelian Walls connecting Porta Pinciana to Piazzale Flaminio and the new Salario and Pinciano neighbourhoods developed in the early 20th century.
Among the historic residences in Rome, this is one of the richest in works of art and natural beauty. Inside, it houses buildings, sculptures, monuments and fountains created by renowned artists of the Baroque, Neoclassical and Eclectic periods, surrounded by ancient trees, ponds, Italian gardens and wide open spaces. Also known as the ‘Museum Park’ for its extraordinary concentration of museums and cultural institutions.

Gianicolo promenade

The Janiculum Promenade, from which one of the most impressive views of the historic centre of Rome can be enjoyed, consists of two large avenues lined with plane trees, flanking the Villa Aurelia, which come together in Piazzale Garibaldi.

Different locations in the heart of Rome



Piazza del Biscione 95
Via degli specchi 3
Via sardegna 22
Dolce Vita
Via dei Balestrari, 5
Riad de' Fiori
Via nazionale 221
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