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Parco degli Acquedotti, Rome
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  • I loved going to this park is huge and close to home. from time to time rolls some festivals and handicraft market out there that let you more special. the aqueducts are beautiful and are scattered throughout its length, especially for the big aqueduct (main attraction), not left to visit. You enter the Park and has to keep to the left until you find, is enoooorme, you're not going to have doubts (in addition to render a beautiful photo). I just think the Park has areas forgotten by the city, the huge and poorly cared for are grasses (but has areas that are great for picnics ok and clearer that other most famous parks). Super recommend a visit, I charm with him! The sunset is gorgeous!
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  • Even with the grey weather was a very striking amid vestiges of the past and memories of films where they were mentioned
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  • This makes a nice little side trip if: a) you are really into "functional history", b) have museum fatigue or c) would like to get some dirt under your shoes instead of cobblestones for a little while...  more »
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  • This was one of my best days in Rome. It's away from the city, crowds, and tourist traps. Came here for a picnic (bring a sheet or blanket) and had a great time. There are two aqueducts that you can see. The smaller was an original Roman aqueduct that was renovated in the renaissance era and thus is totally in tact. The other is missing large sections but it far grander and older than the first. It was built in AD 38, just 5 years after Jesus died and demonstrates the Romans' architectural genius. If you do come here it would be worth it to also stop by the Appian way which is not too far from here.
  • Great place to kill an afternoon away from the touristic areas of Rome. Enjoy the view the historic aquaduct while strolling around this quiet park
  • Ok. Definitely a cool historic sight and great place to picnic or relax. The aqueduct is in great condition considering its age.
  • Great, highly preserved section of the Acqua Claudia. No explanation or museum whatsoever, but the park is nice for its out-of-Rome campagne feel.
  • Amazing and nobody else there in September which is very unusual for Rome.