The zoological garden of Rome is among the largest and oldest in Italy. Now there are 1,114 animals of 222 species maintained.
Piazzale del Giardino Zoologico 20 Roma
The Aranciera (Orangery) of Villa Borghese is home to Carlo Bilotti Museum, a permanent collection of contemporary art.
Carlo Bilotti Museum
The Casa del Cinema is the ideal venue for movie buffs, the movies are often in original language and admission is always free of charge.
Largo Marcello Mastroianni 1
Casa del Cinema
This is a small and cozy cafe next to Bilotti Museum where to have a quick lunch or breakfast.
Viale dell'Aranciera 2
Casina del Lago
The Casina di Raffaello is a children’s play-center housed in a beautiful building dating back to XVI century.
Viale della Casina di Raffaello
Casina di Raffaello
Casina Valadier is a top-notch restaurant located on the highest point of Pincio.
The Casino della Meridiana is an aviary designed by Carlo Rainaldi in 1688; its name derives from the sundial placed at its center.
Casino della Meridiana
This cinema is included in the Guinness World Records as the world’s smallest cinema!
Viale della Pineta 15
Cinema dei Piccoli
Galleria Borghese boasts one of the most impressive art collections in the world, for this reason is a must-see during your holiday in Rome.
Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 5
The replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, located at Largo Aqua Felix, it’s an amazing Elizabethan open-air theater, usually open from the end of June until early October.
Largo Aqua Felix (Piazza di Siena)
This square was designed by the architects Mario and Antonio Asprucci in 1792 and was inspired to Piazza del Campo in Siena.
Piazza di Siena 1
Piazza di Siena
The Pietro Canonica Museum houses many works of art by this sculptor, furthermore it’s possible to visit his private home, full of precious furnishings.
Viale Pietro Canonica 2
Pietro Canonica Museum
Pincio Terrace is one of the most favorite panoramic viewpoints by the Romans.
Salita del Pincio
Enjoy the shows performed by clowns, actors, musicians and puppets, it will be a very funny experience!
Viale dei Bambini
The temple is situated in the middle of the small island on the artificial lake in Villa Borghese.
Temple of Asclepius
The Uccelliera was designed by Girolamo Rainaldi in XVII century and features the heraldic symbols of the Borghese, eagles and dragons, depicted in the facade.
Viale dei Due Mascheroni
This restaurant is located next to Casa del Cinema and offers menus based on the authentic Italian gastronomic tradition.
Largo Marcello Mastroianni, 1
VyTA Villa Borghese
In 1873, the hydrochronometer was placed in Villa Borghese gardens into a fountain designed by the architect Gioacchino Ersoch. The water clock works 24/7.
Fantastic experience! A 1st timer with many fears yet blown away by this. Thanks to Guide Fredericco who is nothing but patient, smiley, humble & knowledgeable. This Segway tour must be done with him! What are you waiting for?? Hesitate no more! Every penny well spent.
Night tour superb. Segways superb! Our guide Fredericco SUPERB! Showed us all the right spots at our pace and was considerate and helpful with all our questions. Rome – truly wonderful city and Segway is THE way to see it and then go back and rediscover the new bits you saw on the tour. And it is great to get amongst that Italian traffic! Really! NO hesitation just GO! They do actually stop!!! Again great service,great guide, great mode of transport and great value for 3 hour private tour of Rome.
The best thing we did in Rome!! None of us had ever ridden a Segway before but after 10 minutes training we were all competent and comfortable travelling through the crowds of Rome and seeing the amazing sights. The best way to see the sights in my opinion – our tour guide Oleg was brilliant – so knowledgable about Rome and friendly. €50pp well spent and we would definitely do it again
We had a two hour ‘lovely’ tour with Oleg. He was very informative, attentive and knowledgeable. None of my group had used Segway before but the instructions were spot on and we always felt completely safe even in the busy areas of Rome. We saw lots of the main sights as well as many hidden gems and had time to enjoy the Segway experience as well. My husband and sons aged 15 and 17 all said that it was the highlight of their trip. Well worth doing as a fun family activity. Also make sure that you take up the 150 flavours Ice Cream parlour!