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Villa Sciarra, Rome
(2.6/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Do one ball because the conditions in which this ancient villa, located between trastevere and janiculum, are disastrous. Damaged plants, dirt, abandoned clothes, neglect and even share towards via Dandolo, banned for months to drop. Long ago, thanks to the wealthy residents of the area boosts, the villa was cleaned and rearranged, with new plants, walkways and palm trees, but in a short time and was left abandoned. You save only a driveway at the top, some trail and fontana and games for the kids, close to which is an abandoned Aviary. In the main building lies the Italian Institute of Germanic studies. A real shame to waste the beauty of this ancient villa designed in the end if someone does not intervene.
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  • Small park with several sculptures in a middle of neighborhood, a bit abandoned, but it still seems to be popular among locals. 
  • Are Roman and I know Rome, I particularly love Trastevere, although today I find it very different than it was years ago. However Trastevere remains fascinating, particularly for its narrow streets and the air still breathes, almost always from "party of no" Caverns ". But just above Trastevere, uncrowded and often ignored by most, there is a "green lung", Villa Sciarra, a place where it is pleasant stay (there are plenty of benches), walk around and admire the beautiful, artistic, too rich and lush greenery of this area. Not to be missed, is an area whose calm contrasts with the famous restlessness of the more popular Trastevere ...
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  • A real secluded diamond in the heart of Trastevere, a park so rustic and gorgeous at the same time. Some people in their reviews say it is unattended with fallen trees etc. But I think it has its own character and atmosphere, rustic and vintage, with all those fountains and statues and small paths... Next time I'm in Rome I'm definitely staying near this park to go there again!
  • I have to say I am a nature fan. I do like architecture and I really liked Trastevere. After a long stroll through the neighborhood, I believed a park visit is what I need to end the day. This park was not good. There is no maintenance at all. Fallen trees, broken benches and so on. No what I expected after the beautiful Trastevere.
  • Villa Sciarra is a beautiful park in Monte Verde. It is a lovely place to go for a walk with lots of fountains and hidden pathways
  • Really scenic place with a varied "giardino all'italiana" environment. unfortunately not very well kept
  • Waste of time.