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Villa Doria Pamphilj, Rome

Categories: Gardens, Architectural Buildings, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Originally the estate of a noble Roman family, Villa Doria Pamphilj boasts the largest landscaped park in this city. The site, open to the public, features beautiful rose gardens, a wide variety of trees, and plenty of entertainment and events, including a concert series and live theater performances. Walk down its manicured paths, enjoy a picnic, and view the 17th-century villa that belonged to the Pamphili family for centuries before the state acquired it. This park provides a quiet escape from the buzzing tourist centers of Rome. Put Villa Doria Pamphilj into our Rome vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Rome.
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  • I honestly couldn't wait to visit this beautiful villa, the largest of Rome and many of which I had spoken. I was very disappointed. Grass clippings apart, which I consider the minimum wage for a park accessible to the citizen, the impression they gave me is to be completely abandoned to itself. Gave me the idea of a place in ruins. Walls with graffiti, gates and fences were flayed, fountains to renovate, ponds dried up. On the edges of the main Lake where there are ducks, roam course at the sight of all. Then of course, it's great, there's plenty of lawn, it is great to play volleyball, soccer and walking (I recommend comfortable shoes), but it's not a place kept as it should, nor valued. Perhaps because it is not in the Center but on the Aurelia, then once held curated Villa Borghese ...
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  • When those who live in Rome think of beautiful parks, airy, risallanti will always think to places far away, when in fact you are only moments away. Sure, a little more cleaning and easy parking does not fail.
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  • It's a beautiful walk in the Park, although we are within walking distance of the city centre. It seems to be far away from the madness!
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  • The most beautiful park in Rome in my opinion against heavy competition.
  • A big park were you may run or relaxing - a good retreat from the city.
  • Nice, large park but a bit desolate/dry in the summer (very dusty when it's windy!)
  • A really huge park. Great for sport activities
  • Beautiful building, landscaping and historic park. Unbelievable gourmet food!
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