Here are the best outdoor activities and things to do and see in Rome including LIVER - Beer and Spirits, Villa Abamelek, Horrorescaperoma, The Non-Catholic Cemetery of Rome, Appia Antica Regional Park, Caffarella Park, Villa Ada Savoia, Parco Scuola del Traffico
Magical, quiet place away from the crowds. So nice to walk through and feel like you've stepped back in time. And we LOVED the cat sanctuary. We made so many furry friends there. The volunteers do a great job caring for these sweeties. We'll definitely be back to this special spot.
A very atmosheric little cemetery, with lots of interesting tomb stones etc. Some famous residents to search out as well.
Me and my girlfriend had an Absolutely beautiful day long escape here. We rented 2 bicycles at the entrance of the park and enjoyed the ruins and remains of this Roman way. We brought our lunch and had a pic in under an old ruin on the side of the big cobble stones road
Nice park. Lack of orgenized sitting places
You can rent a bike at "Punto Informativo Appia Antica" nearby and ride along the Appian Way for 10s of km.
Nice park in one of the ancient area of which was once Roman Empire. The quiet of the Nature let you stay away from the caps of the city. Different type of plant and animals inside. A particular mention of the Roman fighters school inside that give to the park great visibility and tourism all around the world. The only problem of this park is paragons the presence of very few services like fresh water pipes and toilets services.
One of the greatest Rome's parks, with authentic flora, some very wild areas, ruines and decading atmosphere, very fascinating. Great place for running into the wild or on dirt roads with other people.
Worth a visit but not a very quite park villa very badly maintained the wood are full of crossbikes high speed
Beautiful park in a quiet corner of Rome's historic center. It hosts a small playground for the kids, and one of the best jazz program in Rome during the summer. Don't be fooled by the presence of a rare public toilet: I have never seen it open.
Beautyful Roman park very close to the collosseo!
A great place to pop into and have a wee sandwich away from the hussle and bussle.
We are a family of 4 travelling through Europe in December. It wasn't too busy at this time, we didn't have to want for a shower. We catch the buses to metro station no problems and local supermarket over the road. The only thing that was a bit odd was the key tab for the shower, as we only tab it once for each person but apparently we tab the key twice when we actually didn't the shower came on again by it's self and we had to pay extra €4.
Good zoo.. I do agree cages are a little small for bigger animals.. tigers looked a little crazy walking back n forth.. lions looked tired and fed up... So if like me you have a heart then be warned you will feel sorry for them in there.. but if you love seeing these amazing animals up close then worth a visit
Really good aqua park. Not massive but that works out quite well as you can get to the flukes and slides quite quickly. Life guards seem to be very good and keep a keen eye on things. Lockers are great and can be opened/closed up to 30 times during the day without needing to repay, it is a little bit of a walk to go back to them too frequently though. Would visit again.
All the basics you need in a motor home parking spot - the all in one WC and fresh water unit isn't ideal but also isn't uncommon. No Wifi. The closest site I could find to Rome. Buses across Via Cristofor Colombo are jam packed but it's an easy location to catch an Uber from and get a taxi to from the city. It's also about 15 minutes walk from the metro station past some great bakeries, pizzerias, gelaterias, supermarkets, mobile phone shops, etc
Truly a boundless park, a bit further away from the centre, is Villa Pamphili: the area embraces more than one district with its nine-km long perimeter. Place managed by the Rome's Tourism Dept. in collaboration with //Avanti Concept Agency