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Fabulous access to the park. Should stop the peddle carts use in the park. They are dangerous to walkers. More tradional music in park would make the admosphere feel more like Italy. Grateful for a day in the park.
U must book ur ticket before going there and the staff especially women are very rude they scream at visitors, u don’t understand read on the board read...verrrry rude. And the garden is so boring nothing special at allllll
Is a huge park we’re you can walk or rent bike or Segway to enjoy! And if you want to go inside the museum and don’t have a reservation just show up and look on the blackboard. They had tickets for many but the one we went but while we wait and took a look the lady told us they had a last minute opening of 7 tickets! So just wait and see!
Go up from the Spanish Stairs on from there walk above the city until you arrive to the villa. Then go down to the city from the outlook to piazzas Popolo. This will save you a lot of time and effort and you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery from above the whole way. !
I exoected gardens, but everything was pretty dry. There is no much there, an unimpressive playground, only one Coffee place with not too much on the menu, a few sculptors, a museum and a small pond. The gardens are big so expect to walk long, especially if you are looking for a bathroom or something to eat and you are on the other side on a very hot day.
Great art but very hostile atmosphere. Like, we're doing you a favor to pay us to see our collection. I recommend it only serious art lovers who will put up with all the inconveniences to see thr collection.
8.8 Excellent 414 reviews
Gian Luca was an amazing owner! He told us all about where to go in Rome, helped us with maps, and provided and option breakfast served in the room! Our room was big! I loved the high ceilings making it feel spacious and roomy. We had an AC which was so nice. The neighborhood in which the bed and breakfast was located was safe, clean, quiet, and close to the center of everything. We were with in minutes walking distance from the villa Borghese park and loved that aspect.
9.1 Awesome 688 reviews
Everything was GREAT! The hotel, luxury room, delicious breakfast with the best cappuccino and always HELPING Manager or receptionist. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! Close walking distance to everything: Piazza Navona with the best restaurants, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain, Villa Borghese, shopping, etc.
9.1 Awesome 145 reviews
Amazing location. Via veneto by Villa Borghese, near piazza di spagna. Amazing finishings, spacious, gorgeous views on villa borghese. Nice bathroom
Very cozy place. Location close to Villa Borghese makes it the nice place to stay with the kids.
From the airport you can get a train to the central station, Termine. Here you can get a 'Rome Pass', for either 2 or 3 days, the latter being about â¬25. This gives you free access to the metro as well as all buses, so getting around is very easy. Although it is more enjoyable to walk the city as most of the attractions are close by and you get to experience how the city feels. The Rome pass also offers free entry to 2 attractions which also allows you to queue jump. The Coliseum is naturally very popular so making this one of your freebies is a good idea. Also the Villa Borghese is a bit more expensive than other attractions, so again a good choice as a freebie
Must places to visit are The Vatican Museums and The Villa Borghese Gallery
The obvious ones of the Coliseum and Vatican but also Palantine Hill, Trevi Fountain, Villa Borghese and Piazza Navona......however the list is massive so these are maybe some you could do on a city break
Try and visit the Villa Borghese park, it is a wonderful haven of tranquility.