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Day 1: Villa Borghese and St Lawrence District

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Day 3: Walking in the Park of Villa Borghese

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Day 6: Take a walk in Villa Borghese

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Day 3: Attractions of Villa Borghese

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Villa Borghese

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Overview

Title
Villa Borghese
Author
carol_79
Rating
4.09
Year
1580 AD
Cost
-
Average visit time
45 minutes
Address
Villa Borghese, 00197 Rome RM
Hours of operation
Always

Description

Villa Borghese is the second largest public park in Rome (about 80 hectares) after Villa Pamphilj. In addition to various villas there are also various garden styles present: Italian gardens with large open areas of green; and English manicured gardens with small buildings, fountains and ponds. It covers most of the Pinciano district and partially the Campo Marzio district, which are divided by the Aurelian Walls. The park was previously owned by the Borghese family in 1580, although the estate was enlarged with a series of purchases and acquisitions made by Cardinal Scipione Borghese. Inside Villa Borghese you’ll also find the Borghese Gallery, the Bioparco, the Casina Valadier and Siena's Square.

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Inserted by giampale74

2/17/2012 15:16
The besta park in Rome!

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