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Orto Botanico di Roma, Rome
(1.3/5 based on 220 reviews on the web)
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  • This place really is a hidden gem. In Rome's crazy, sat in the idlyic neighbourhood of Trastevere - which is also a must-see - the Orto Botanico hides. Somehow, this huge natural space slots into the ...  more »
  • Wonderful and big garden with all kinds of plants. Are recreated environments such as the Japanese garden that I adored from the start: the roar of the water was literally relaxing! Then there is the tropical greenhouse, the Mediterranean garden, the Orto dei semplici made with brick flower beds that host within all medical plants like Marigold, camomile etc. The garden of aromas where you may be intoxicated by the different smells: Sage, Rosemary, parsley etc. you can even touch them and combine the feel on the nose. Feels good to commune with nature really addictive. Then again the Roseto, bamboos, palms, succulents ... a nice experience to dedicate to ourselves, a day full of new discoveries and the opportunity to learn about new plants and touch them closely. You walk for a few hours, there are benches and a dining area with the opportunity to buy water or snacks. In the afternoon we had the chance to get the children to the lab "sniffs and recognize the plant." Students from La Sapienza University who dedicated to children an hour explaining their certain types of plants and make him tap. Unfortunately not always these labs are organized well. Though the students are prepared in their field, have no patience with the kids! They expect you to follow and listen to everything as if they were already at the University! These workshops are held with children who do not know each other and have different ages, also being held in the afternoon it is normal to be tired and the attention threshold is lower after the long walk inside the garden. Should be more involved or at least patients if a child doesn't listen! Instead I heard them yelling and getting upset if were not answered. All this fortunately has not happened to my children, but with another child who eventually mom decided to take away ... a shame! Closed this parenthesis my kids enjoyed themselves so much to recognize plants, sniffing and touching them. Will definitely be back!
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  • This is a research facility where plant seeds are identified, sorted and stored for scientific use and it is a botanic garden open to the public for strolling and enlightenment. It is possible to catc...  more »