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This 110,00-sqm park, which is situated between the Colosseum and the Baths of Caracalla, is best known today for its festivals of jazz music in the summer time.  However before the first strains of music were ever he...
Located in the middle of Trastevere, Rome's Botantic Garden, or Orto Botanico, was originally established in 1883 when the Corsini family donated its garden to the Italian government. Now run by the University of Rome...
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Guided tours of the gardens at Rome’s Japanese Cultural Institute are open to small groups of people during the mornings and afternoons on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and on Saturday mornings.The visits are free and bookin...
Famous as the burial place of Keats, Shelley, Gramsci and many other poets, artists and writers, Rome's Non-Catholic cemetery is celebrated for its beauty and tranquillity, while also being an active burial ground.Keats'...
The tropical garden of La Mortella is located on the island of Ischia. Off the coast of Naples, on the island of Ischia, is an oasis of tropical and Mediterranean plants. The gardens were created in 1958 by Susana Walto...
18-20 May. The eighth edition of the Festival del Verde e del Paesaggio is held on the roof gardens of Rome’s Auditorium Parco della Musica from 18-20 May. The three-day festival dedicated to gardening, landscape garden...
Considered one of the best examples of Mannerist landscape design, Villa Lante at Bagnaia is located about 80 km north of Rome, near Viterbo.Until the beginning of the 16th century, Bagnaia was a hunting wood and retreat...
Founded on 85 hectares and five centuries of history, Villa Borghese offers much to see and to do. The villa, which stretches from the top of Via Veneto into the heart of Parioli, began as a 16th-century vineyard until...
This 240-hectare green space, tucked in the Appia Antica Regional Park is known for possessing over half of the eleven major Roman aqueducts; however, filled with ancient architecture and historical artefacts that contin...
Rome's Giardino delle Cascate is located along the banks of the lake in the city's south-west suburb EUR and was designed by Raffaele De Vico. The waterfall garden was opened in 1961 but shut soon afterwards, remaining c...
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Built for the Cardinal Ippolito d’Este around 1555, these complex renaissance water gardens in Tivoli are among the most famous in the world. Water from the nearby river Aniene is channelled under Tivoli to feed the...
The Villa Sciarra, located on the slopes of the Janiculum, not far from the American and Spanish academies, is steeped in lore: in ancient times the grounds were considered the sacred grove of Furrina, an ancient Roman g...
When city life gets too hectic, escape amid the 184 hectres of the largest landscaped public park in Rome. The Villa Pamphilj offers visitors more than one change of scenery; you can begin your promenade past the palace...
Villa Glori sits on a hill between the districts of Parioli and Flaminio and looks down over the Auditorium Parco della Musica. The park is dedicated as a memorial for all Romans who have given up their lives for Italy....
This immense park measuring 182 hectares is fit for a king. Originally the home of King Victor Emmanuel III during the first half of the 20th century, Villa Ada now houses the Egyptian embassy and consulate. Breaking fro...
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