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Parco degli Acquedotti, Rome

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  • A beautiful park in Rome with Roman aqueducts. Access is easy from the subway Giulio Agricola, with free access. Bring your lunch and enjoy this break!
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  • Nice area with many Roman remains of the Claudian aqueduct. Very accessible on foot or by bike. Also perfect for a walk with the family. Very good to recharge the mind and body. Just sit back and admire.
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  • I'm lucky to live near this park. A huge green lung just steps from one of the busiest streets of Rome (Tuscolana). I used to run until a few years ago, now I'm always with my daughter. Wander inside this huge park on a nice day is a blessing for body and soul ... You can stroll along its paths discovering every day something ... small waterfalls, pond with frogs, the old cottage, golf courses. You can run and play sports in the area. You can take your kids to the playground or take with them a ride on horseback or by bike (also rent). If I ever go to live elsewhere on my Park I would miss a lot ...
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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.