This route will lead to the discovery of a large green paradise for adult and young people, that is Villa Borghese, probably the largest and most lively villa in Rome
The villa is situated in the north of Rome and receives every day a huge number of Romans and tourists thanks to the different attractions that satisfy the tastes of many.
In order to exploit its full potential it is not enough just a single day, you need to plan your days in advance to fully enjoy all the attractions.
Culture, art, entertainment and romancticism characterize the Villa Borghese. There is no shortage of entertainment opportunities for young people between the avenues of this green oasis.
As a first step, we suggest the splendid Galleria Borghese, remember to book a few days in advance, otherwise the access is almost impossible!
The Gallery houses one of the largest art galleries in Rome and a collection of sculptures by Bernini that must not be lost.
After visiting “Paolina Bonaparte” and the Art Gallery, on Summer days we recommend a trip on the lake; in the center of the villa a wonderful expanse of water offers the possibility of renting rowboats giving a few moments of relaxation and romance.
If you are dynamic people and you can not give up the sport even on holidays, the wide avenues of the Villa Borghese are suitable for skating and cycling, if you are a group of friends can be fun to rent a rickshaw for riding and looking for picturesque corners .
At nightfall the villa does not turn the spotlight, on warm Summer evenings the Victorian theater "Silvano Toti Globe Theatre" offers a program of really interesting works, in winter, when the days are sadder and shorter the "Cinema dei Piccoli" abandons its playful robe and projec films of the season.
The day in the villa was tiring? We ask you one last effort and come up to the terraces of the Pincio, a fantastic view will take you along towards the end of the day.
If you're lucky and you come in the spring during the Horse Show at Piazza di Siena do not miss the carousel of the Carabinieri.