Rome can give you sensory overloads – the sounds of the traffic, the beauty of the architecture, the smell of the food – that sometimes you just need a break. No need to free from the city itself , right in the center of Rome is an escape. You can find tranquility in the heart of Rome at Villa Aldobrandini. It’s an elevated park that typically has just enough people in it to prevent it from being creepy. The quiet surroundings make it a lovely spot to read a book in peace. The name comes from Cardinal Aldobrandini who received the building from this uncle Pope Clement VII.
Note: do not confuse this park with Villa Aldobrandini located in Frascati.
Entrance on Via Mazzini
Open daily 7a-Sunset