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The following is a brief summary of the parks and recreational areas available, within the city of Rome, and what each one offers in the way of healthy relaxing outdoor activities such as: hiking, trails, recreational activities and rentals.

PINCIO Metropolitan Line A
Flaminio or Spagna stops
The Pincio is easily accessible from the terrace of Trinitą dei Monti.
VILLA BORGHESE Metropolitan Line A
Flaminio or Spagna stops
Skating, skateboarding, cycling or mountain biking along the lake row boats available for hire from 9.30 A.M.-6:00 P.M.)
PASSEGGIATA DEL GIANICOLO Accessible by car or on foot from Via Garibaldi, at the end of Via della Scala.
To Trastevere: bus 115 from Viale Trastevere
Very romantic setting, especially after sunset.
The most complete panorama of the city may be seen From the 'Faro della Vittoria'
VILLA TORLONIA Buses 90 or 36 from Termini Station Inside are a museum which offers 'Liberty style' windows and the Museo del Casino dei Principi
VILLA GLORI Bus 910 from Termini Station
Train line-Roma Nord: Euclide stop (end of the line at piazzale Flaminio)
Beautiful gardens for walking
VILLA ADA Located along Via Salaria, to the north of Roma
Buses: 86, 92 or 310 from Termini Station
Play area, skating rink, jogging trail, pond on the eastern edge
Eur Palasport stop
Rowing school
Along the north shore 'lo Chalet' offers cold drinks; on the opposite bank is Giolitti for ice cream and specialty drinks
VILLA PAMPHILI Buses: 44, 710, 870, 31, or 791 along Via Leone XIII
Entrances: Via di San Pancrazio, Via Aurelia Antica, Via della Nocetta, Piazzetta del Bel Respiro, Via Leone XIII
Hours: October- February: 7:00 A.M.-6:00P.M.
March-September: 7:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M.
April-August: 7:00 A.M-9:00 P.M
Free access: skating rink, playground on west side
Fee charged: Jogging Path, with locker room and showers
PARCO DI MONTE MARIO Metropolitan Line A
Lepanto stop then bus 70 to the end of the line. It's a 10 minute walk from there
Play area for small children.
Wooded path up to panoramic view of the city and the offices of 'Roma Natura' regional authority for the management of protected areas

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