Botany lovers brace yourselves! Established in 1883, what was previously the Papal Botanical Gardens in the Renaissance days is now the Orto Botanico di Roma. The current site boasts over 3,000 species of plants including greenhouses filled with a variety of flora that ranges from medicinal to tropical (and even carnivorous).
Overlooking the Palazzo Corsini (Queen Christina of Sweden's former home), Orto Botanico di Roma offers the best of nature and history. Be sure to stop by if you're feeling botanical.
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