An ambitious cultural programme to mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of Villa Borghese to the public continues throughout the summer, including exhibitions, musical and theatrical events, film screenings and sporting contests. In addition, an observation balloon has been anchored in the Galoppatoio, enabling passengers to enjoy a unique view of Rome from a height of 150 m. For more information about activities in at Villa Borghese see www.villaborghese.it. Stricter traffic controls mean cars and motorbikes are not supposed to enter the park without a permit, except those belonging to people who live inside. Villa Borghese can be reached by bus (lines 88, 95, 116, 490, 491 and 495) or by metro (line A, get off at Flaminio or Spagna). Tram lines 3 and 19 stop at the Bioparco, the Galleria Nazionale dArte Moderna and Villa Giulia.
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