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Exploring Rome off the beaten path requires some intensity and a bit of sweat. Take a walk up from the west of the River Tiber to Piazzale Giuseppe Garibaldi atop Gianicolo Hill. Admiring a city from above is one of the best ways to gain...More
This place is amazing with a great view over Rome.
The statue of Garibaldi, famous Italian hero that granted unification of the country, is very big and his military background is remembered every day at noon.
If you arrive some minutes before 12:00, you should...More
The walk up his hill was steep, and there were a few things to see along the way (fountains, church). The top was a little disappointing. Yes, it was pretty, but I enjoyed the view from Orange Tree Park near the Keyhole on the Aventine...More
You need your walking legs to get the best out of this part of Rome but it’s worth it. The monument on the colle is very impressive and the views from in are great. The roads can be a bit busy here so you have...More
Our family of teens declared this the best night in Rome. Following the directions in the Rick Steves travel guide, we ventured in the rain, at night, while eating gelato up the hill.
Amazing view of the city under our umbrellas, walk up bistro/bar to...More
This is one of the best places not just in Rome; and not just in Italy or even in Europe. This is one of the best places on earth. It is no wonder that this place is viewed as legendary, as the Mt. Olympus on...More
I recommend you to see the sunset from the hill. It has a stunning view to the city.
Unfortunately, it is full of rubbish, which might be very disappointing if you look for an organized, clean park to be in.
We went up here at night and were blown away as it was just stunning. I’m sure it would be beautiful during the day as well but the night view was incredible. Make sure to look at both sides, one if a view of rome...More
Perched high on the Gianicolo Hill is where you come for fantastic sweeping views of Rome. You can gaze on the dome of St. Peter’s, the Vittorio Emmanuelle Monument, Villa Borghese plus so much more. This is where all the young lovers come to park.
Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.
Using Google Maps as my guide, it took about 20 minutes to walk (all uphill at a pretty good pitch) up from a restaurant in Trastevere. Eat in Trastevere before going up. The lookout is a plaza above the park and just has... More
Using Google Maps as my guide, it took about 20 minutes to walk (all uphill at a pretty good pitch) up from a restaurant in Trastevere. Eat in Trastevere before going up. The lookout is a plaza above the park and just has concession stands. There are so many restaurants in Trastevere. You can take bus 115. Use a map to see what stop is closest to where you are.
I would recommend taking a Roma Pass, or riding a bus (I believe they are the same thing) It took some time, and stumbling around to find it. I took a combination of train, bus, and walking. I haven't been to Rome in... More
I would recommend taking a Roma Pass, or riding a bus (I believe they are the same thing) It took some time, and stumbling around to find it. I took a combination of train, bus, and walking. I haven't been to Rome in sometime, sorry Icouldn't have been of more help!