Visiting the green spaces and parks in Rome are a fun way to discover what the city has to offer for relaxation, nature walks or simply reading a good book outside. Many parks in Rome are actually of historic and archeological significance while highlighting various botanic species. Villa Borghese is a favorite among couples for a romantic ride in a row boat on the lake or families with kids feeding the ducks. Another peaceful and gorgeous park is Villa Pamphili with its labyrinthine landscaping and spaces ideal for a picnic. Parco Degli Acquedotti is ideal for discovering the ancient Roman aqueducts that once supplied the city with water. If you are willing to explore off the beaten path and escape the chaos of the center, it is highly recommended to rent a bicycle and ride along one of Rome’s oldest streets, the Ancient Appian Way (Via Appia Antica). Grab a bottle of Prosecco, Italian treats and make a day of it!
Tip: In order to preserve some of the openair archeological areas of Via Appia Antica, the consumption of food is prohibited in certain areas. Look out for the signs that indicate this.
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