The peaceful English manner gardens around the Villa Borghese are a great place where you can escape the bustle of the city.
The present-day public space, where concerts are organised (e.g. Rolling Stones) and meetings are held, dates back to the 6th century BC.
In the ancient Rome era, many rich Roman families had their villas and gardens built on the Pincio Hill.
Janiculum Hill is the second-tallest hill in Rome and arguably the most beautiful one as well.
Villa Gregoriana is a park located in Tivoli, Italy.
This 17-hectare large municipal zoo in Rome feels more like a safari, as there are no bars in many parts of the Zoo.