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Distance: 2 km Duration: 8 hours

Itinerary description

This tour is a the perfect way to discover the museums, art galleries and park in Villa Borghese, finishing on Via Veneto.
It is highly recommend to walk from one place to another since all the locations are in Villa Borghese.
Time Required:
It takes about  8 hours to visit all of the sites mentioned, depending on how much time you decide to stay in each place.
Your tour starts from the Flaminio Train Station, which you can also reach by subway at "Flaminio" (Line A).  From here take Via Giorgio Washington up into the Park of Villa Borghese. At the end of this street turn left onto Viale Folke Bernadotte and continue down Scalea Bruno Zevi until you arrive at Viale delle Belle Arti.  Here you'll find the National Gallery of Modern Art. We suggest you visit this gallery which contains some of the masterpieces by  Picasso, Monet, Manet and many other famous artists. Come back into the Park of Villa Borghese and take Via di Villa Giulia.  Turn right onto Viale Pietro Canonica and you'll see Siena's Square, a big square which today hosts competitions and concerts. Here you can stop for a break and relax!  After visiting the square continue your tour of Rome down Viale della Pineta  until you reach Corso Italia. Cross the street onto Via Veneto, a roman street well known for its clubs and luxurious boutiques. Here you can also visit the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The tour ends here.  To get back to the starting point, you can take the subway at the bottom of Via Veneto, at "Barberini" (Line A).