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Pagina di snodo Tassonomia
Via Garibaldi

If, per chance, you should one day be enjoying the splendid panorama from the Gianicolo’s belvedere and suddenly hear a loud cannon-shot, do not be alarmed…just check your watches because it will b

Giardini Vaticani
Viale Vaticano

The Vatican Gardens occupy about two thirds of the surface of the Vatican City and have been the Pope's resting and meditation place since 1279, when Pope Nicholas III moved the pa

Il Giardino di Ninfa

The most romantic garden in the world

Orto Botanico di Roma
Largo Cristina di Svezia, 24

In the heart of Rome between Via della Lungara and the Gianicolo Hill, you can find a magical place where to walk away from the chaos of the city, and enjoy the sp

Le dune costiere

Along the Roman coast we can see the dune ecosystem, rarer and rarer along the coasts of the Italian peninsula.


We are in the Natural Reserve of the Roman Coast. The drainage, carried out about a century ago, gave back fertility to these fields, thus restoring their agricultural and pastoral use.

Parco Centrale del Lago - Laghetto dell'Eur
Passeggiata del Giappone

The small lake is part of the larger Central Park of the EUR, and was designed during the fascist period and built in the 60s; it is home to a vast quantity and variety of flora an

Parco degli Acquedotti
Via Lemonia, 256

Seductive landscapes of wild and still unspoiled nature

Parco della Caffarella
Via della Caffarella

An integral part of the Park of the Appia Antica, it provides the its main entry. The Valley’s name derives from the most important estate located here, the Caffarelli Family’s.

Parco Regionale di Veio - Sorgente del Cremera

A park of 15,000 hectares where nature, history, and culture merge to create a landscape of inestimable value.

Parco Savello o Giardino degli Aranci
Piazza Pietro d'Illiria, snc

In the 14th century, the Savelli family built a castle on the Aventino, making the hill an unconquerable fortress.

Via dell'Acquedotto Felice, 120

The park gets its name from a well-preserved medieval tower, the Torre del Fiscale (XII-XIII A.D.).

Riserva Naturale dell'Insugherata
Via Paolo Emilio Castagnola

History, nature, and spirituality merge in one of the largest green areas within the city: 740 hectares of a territory of an immense naturalistic and historical-archaeologi

Riserva Naturale di Monte Mario
Via Gomenizza, 81

The Park of Monte Mario lies in the north-west region of Rome and is named after the highest of the Farnesina hills (139 metres) dominating the Tiber valley.

Riserva Naturale Statale del Litorale Romano (Pineta di Castelfusano)
Via del Martin Pescatore, 66

Established in 1996, The State Natural Reserve of the Roman Coast is one of the most unique of the entire national system of Protected Areas.

Riserva Naturale statale Litorale Romano

At the end of the ‘70s some national and local associations decided to found the Park of the Roman Coast in order to safeguard and enhance biodiversity in this area, with the moral purpose of oppos

Via di Valle Murcia, 6

The Municipal Rose Garden, one of Rome’s most romantic gardens of Rome, develops on the slopes of the Aventine, in front of the remains of the Palatine Hill, just above Ci

Secche di Tor Paterno

The Shoals of Tor Paterno, located off the Roman coast between Ostia and Torvajanica, consist of a rock formation covered with animal and vegetable organisms that,

Tenuta Presidenziale di Castel Porziano
Via Pontina, 690

The Presidential Estate of Castelporziano covers an area of about 59 square kilometers (5,892 hectares) and is 24 kilometers from the center of Rome.

Passeggiata del Pincio
Salita del Pincio

In the afternoon towards sunset, Rome has an unforgettable appearance, particularly from the Terrace of the Pincio, a grandiose public park created by Giuseppe Valadier (1834) and

Via Salaria, 265

The villa is especially known as the residence of the Savoy family, who owned it from 1872 to 1878 and from 1904 to 1946.

Villa Aldobrandini
Via Mazzarino, 11

Located between Piazza del Quirinale, via Nazionale, and via Quattro Novembre, the villa looks like a hanging garden enclosed by walls.

Villa Borghese
Piazzale Napoleone I

The park of Villa Borghese occupies a vast area in the heart of the city.

Villa Celimontana
Via della Navicella, 12

Located on the heights of Monte Celio, the villa was commissioned by Duke Ciriaco Mattei, who, in the 16th century, transformed an ancient vineyard into a real park.

Villa Doria Pamphilj
Via di San Pancrazio

A country residence of the Pamphilj family, under the pontificate of Innocent X (1644-1655) it took on the appearance of a sumptuous noble country residence, enlarged in 1856 by

Parco di Villa Gordiani
Via Prenestina, 351

Lungo la via Prenestina, su entrambi i lati della strada, si estende il "Parco dei Gordiani", che prende nome dalla famiglia imperiale del III sec. d.C.

Villa Madama
Via di Villa Madama

Designed by Raphael for Cardinal Giulio de Medici (then Clemens VII), the villa is at the lower slopes of Monte Mario on the west bank of the Tiber.

Villa Torlonia
Via Nomentana, 70

Initially the agricultural property of the Pamphilj family, Villa Torlonia was purchased at the end of the 18th century by the banker Giovanni Torlonia, who commis


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