Need a bit of fresh air during your Roman Holiday? Make your way over to Villa Borghese, and get ready for some scenic surrounds that could just be the respite you need from the hustle and bustle of The Eternal City.
From the statues, fountains, and paths to the a lake and the the decorative, 18th century neoclassical Temple of Aesculapius there's plenty to see while you're walking around. While it may provide a glimpse into the decadence of centuries past, it's also a great place to experience Rome's natural beauty—and maybe take a snooze.
For breakfast, lunch, or dinner visitors can indulge in traditional Roman cuisine at this wonderful... Read more