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Casino del Bel Respiro

52 locals recommend ·

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Federico Eugenio
Federico Eugenio
August 22, 2018
17th-century Park of the Pamphilj Family, it is today a marvelous public park. One of the six (along with Boboli Park in Florence) among the most beautiful in Italy. It is rich in baroque fountains and endless views of greenery. Wonderful pine forest above the staircase that flanks the palace of the…
Dewina
Dewina
May 7, 2018
The closest Park, It is quite big if you would like to have a run here, and also there is a cafe' at the main entrance.
Alessia
Alessia
January 8, 2018
It is largest park in Rome and is one of the best preserved "villas" in the city, that still preserves the seventeenth century features and the main features of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Lucia
Lucia
December 25, 2017
Rome's largest public green area. Go for a long walk and lose the city.
Michela
Michela
November 22, 2017
Luogo dove immergersi per un po' di relax o per praticare attività fisica. One of the biggest park in Rome where lose yourself in the green or just to have a run.

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Location
Roma, Lazio 00164