Villa Borghese is the third largest park in Rome. It’s located right in the city center and it hosts a complex of museums and villas. In 1605, Cardinal Scipione Borghese began turning his former vineyard into the most expensive gardens built in Rome since antiquity. Visit Galleria Borghese, where there is a permanent exhibition of art masterpieces.
Take some time to walk around the gardens and discover the park. It offers lots of nice spots and chilling areas.
How to get there
Metro: Line A (Red Line) – stops “Flaminio” or “Spagna”
Bus: Lines 49, 88, 95, 490, 495
- Villa Borghese: Free
- Galleria Borghese
- Full price: € 11
- Reduced: € 6,50
- Villa Borghese: 24/7
- Galleria Borghese: Tuesday – Sunday: 8:30 am – 7:30 pm