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Villa Ada

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00199 Rome, Italy
+39 334 740 1467
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25 Apr 2017
18 Dec 2016
“Every city deserves a natural sanctuary like this”
00199 Rome, Italy
+39 334 740 1467
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Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

A very large park with a lake and lots of lawns. Possible to rent a bike by the hour. It's very pleasant to take a stroll and relax on the many scattered benches. A very pleasant atmosphere.

Thank Miriame L
Reviewed 18 December 2016

The trees at Villa Ada are just fantastic, the park is an amazing spot for runners, and I love it has areas for everyone, I had lovely running mornings there during my visit to Rome. If you love nature and running, you really need to...More

Thank TripsSC
Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

Lovely park with sun and shaded areas. We walked to take a look around, sunbathe and do some reading. Fascinated to see turtles in the ponds and lakes! Unfortunately no cafe or toilet facility opened when we went!

1  Thank Mark P
Reviewed 21 July 2016

We had a lovely couple of hours wandering around the park on my last day of visiting my girlfriend who lives in Rome. There is a great mix of open areas and wooded trails with hills to raise the heart rate. If you want an...More

2  Thank C16VEH
Reviewed 23 March 2016 via mobile

Villa Ada is a beautiful natural reserve in the north part of Rome. It has many entrances and each side offers something different. There is a big lake on the north east side by via salaria and many running paths. I personally like going deep...More

2  Thank Maria S
Reviewed 20 March 2016

This is one of the biggest parks in Rome and more rustic and less touristy than Villa Borghese. There are many wooded paths in which to run, there's a small lake, and also some entertainment for children. You will also find a small cafe for...More

1  Thank annm8611
Reviewed 26 November 2015

We went there for an orienteering event, run in and around the park quite a lot, it's beautiful. If the weather is nice, you can spend your whole day there.

1  Thank Krisztina C
Reviewed 21 August 2015

This is a really massive park. I would say it is akin to the Hyde Park in London when it comes to size. It is a great place for relaxing from the city.

Thank Dachemezt
Reviewed 10 August 2015

Lovely park. Not touristy at all. Very much a locals' park. A few lakes and pools with turtles swimming around. Great for a sunbathe and a read.

Thank Natalie D
Reviewed 3 August 2015

Want to get away from the madhouse of the tourist areas of Rome? Head to Villa Ada for a picnic. This park is a great way to enjoy a lovely afternoon in Rome. Just sit back, relax, read a book, people watch, or catch a...More

3  Thank Guido D
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Natalie D
16 February 2015|
Response from FrancescoRP | Reviewed this property |
No it is impossible. the lake is full of turtles and fishes and it is not secure for people.
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