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Villa Ada, Rome

(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • We leave Sardinia to revisit Rome with a 4 day break and saw that all the most important villas we knew already we decide to close the loop with a visit to Villa Ada. We Park our car on the road that runs alongside the main entrance and take a nice walk with our dog. Presents itself to us a nice Park, well cared for and others a little less but all in all it is a nice place. The sour note is sounded when our return we find the car (not just ours!) all upside down inside the shattered crystals. Very nice guy who gave us a hand tells us that unfortunately Villa Ada, the Roma have fun so almost every day so much so that they do not bring with them any documents. I know these things can happen anywhere, but it would be nice that you should write these things in reviews so that travelers organize themselves properly so you don't have to end your holiday with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth because of certain individuals.
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  • Nice Park in a good area of Rome on the Via Salaria. There are several entrances that allow you to walk, run long with various differences to deal with. The ambiance is okay, the vegetation is rich and interesting paths proposed by nature. Entering from the Salaria we start an itinerary that allows intimacy, speaking confidentially, or simply run or read. Trees, grass and a pleasant nature make up the best parts of this park that extends downwards or upwards (depending on where you go). A nice pond develops in the lower area, near which you can pleasantly sit, sunbathe, read, as mentioned above, to walk, to reflect alone or in company. You can make paths inward, toward the Park's most difficult parts, or with a bench it all works out. Was seeing him assiduously when met the distinguished scholar of Italian symbolism Viazzi, most and then you talked and walked for a long time and I, a young scholar, learned many things.
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  • I've always been, since I was young, in this Villa for ball games, jogging, cycling, walks, you know you can do many things in this little corner of paradise. They also organize celebrations, especially in the lower part where is located the pond!
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  • I love this natural park, going there almost everyday, wish they can take care of it more! No lights, no bins, Cleaning, and caring. I'm always seeing the turtles, love them, enjoying walking, though they need to fix the lakes, the playground, and move away the fallen trees! This summer I enjoyed the concerts too! Love this place.
  • Very attractive in the summer because every day you have a concert or a show . it's also the biggest park in Rome so it's a must see place
  • Very large city park. Lots of space (but also very busy) and large natural lake in the middle. Lovely place for jogging and bike riding (also with rental facility).
  • Villa Ada is one of the most beautiful public parks in Rome. It is huge and features a nice little lake with an island. During the summer it hosts a music festival.
  • Amazing forest full of paths, playgrounds and clearings. A nice change of pace from the surrounding city.