Description

Right in the heart of the city, Villa Ada is Rome’s second largest public park. As fascinating as it is surprising, between archaeological ruins and history both ancient and recent, with its luscious vegetation and thriving animal population, this green lung is the ideal location for regenerating walks. Across woods and paths, we will take travelers among the ruins of ancient civilizations as well as the evidence of a less remote path, such as the bunker used by the Savoia family during the Second World War, or a collection of mysterious tombs. Hidden between clearing and chasms, and isolated from satellite signal, if you are fortunate you may also meet the man who lives in the trees.

Additional information

  • Up to 4 people
  • The tour will last 2 hours
  • The price quoted above includes admission fees for tours operated in ticketed venues

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