Villa Ada is the richest park in Rome from the standpoint of the fauna and the environment is: cypresses, pines and dwarf palm trees, but also a roller-skating track and facilities for jogging and physical exercises make it one of the most loved and visited parks of Romans.

Rome by bike. Ponte Risorgimento at Villa Ada
Constructed almost entirely on the pavement, this bridge connects the banks of the Tiber with Villa Borghese and Villa Ada. The route sets out from Ponte Risorgimento, on the left bank of the Tiber, crosses the Lungotevere and descends along Via Flaminia, before approaching the green heart of Rome, Villa Borghese, along Viale delle Belle Arti.
From here it runs alongside the Museo Nazionale Etrusco a Villa Giulia, one of the most complete museums of Etruscan art, La Galleria Nazionale, which houses the most complete collection of Italian and foreign art of the 19th to 21st centuries, before reaching the Valle dei Daini.
A short distance away is the Bioparco, site of the Rome Zoo. Moving on from Piazza Ungheria you reach Via Panama, which leads to Villa Ada, which at 180 hectares boasts the greatest concentration of fauna and environmental riches of all the city’s parks.
Starting point: Risorgimento Bridge (right bank of the Tiber) – Finish: Via Panama, Villa Ada


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Equipped Playing Area for Children


Multipurpose grounds

Nature Path

Recreational Area for Dogs

Riding ground and pony for hire

Sporting Equipment