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This park is located along the Tiber River, close to Vatican City and home to Castel Sant’Angelo. Located within the park is a statue of Emperor Adriano and a monument to St. Catherine. You will also find between the park and the river a large...More
After discovering this park several years ago while wandering Rome we made a beeline to this park with takeaway bakery items, to sit in the peace and quiet of the park under the shady canopy, eat our lunch and recharge before our visit to the...More
Most people would be unaware that there's a playground at the back of the Castle Sant Angelo which is a great break for kids who have been exploring the city and bored of sightseeing. Good swings, slide etc for toddlers to play on was very...More
My girlfriend and I stopped there after visiting the castle. We sat on a bench under the trees as did other couples and enjoyed a cool wind. We wanted to spend more time there but Roma was waiting for us. Have a look at the...More
This park is home to Castel Sant’Angelo and encircles the Castel. There is a statue of Hadrian located within the park, benches and amphitheater to sit on or in, but overall the park looks dirty and unkempt. There was quite a bit of trash lying...More
Situated beneath Castel Sant'Angelo there is this lovely, quite spacious park. After being part of the madness around Vatican an other nearby tourist sites, this is a place to gather your thoughts and relax a bit. It looked like the park was popular with locals...More
Stopped by the park to rest and get a drink. I thought it would be more grand, but it appeared to be unkept and a little dirty. I would skip it if I went again. However, it was cooler because of the many trees. The...More
Enclosing the Castel Sant'Angelo on the northern side, is a shady and peaceful park to rest one's tired feet. There wasn't much people around since its after lunchtime and we saw some policemen on horseback patrolling the area. There are comfortable benches to sit.
After a long flight, we decided to walk around as soon as we arrived in Rome and came across the Parco Adriano. It was relaxing and although it was hot, by the time we got to the park the temperature has dropped and it cooled...More
A short walk from St. Peter’s, this is a nice place for a picnic after the Papal Mass. It’s right next to Castel Sant Angelo and the river.
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Vatican / Borgo
Frocked priests, colorful Swiss Guards, insistent souvenir shop owners, flag-waving tour guides, and pilgrims from around the world. This is the Vatican and Borgo, Rome's most recognized neighbourhood which acts as Vatican City's front yard. Aside from the souvenir boutiques and a few food spots, the only business conducted here is papal. In the daytime, the tiny medieval sector bustles with holy activity, as
visitors vie for elbow room, or stand in line for a visit. Once the sun sets, the neighbourhood is transformed into a quiet and picturesque hamlet.