• VillaAdaVillaAda

Place Category: Live, Sport, Visit, and Public parks

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  • Villa Ada is one of the Romans’ favorite parks, 160 hectares large, rich with diverse architectural and natural environments and lush vegetation, and home to different festivals and cultural, musical and sports events, from spring to autumn, but especially in the summer. Villa Ada is part of the so-called Monte Antemnae, seat of the ancient city of Antemnae the archeological ruins of which remain here. More recently, at the end of the 1800s, Villa Ada was bought by the Savoia family as an extra urban residence and embellished with neoclassical buildings that can still be appreciated today: the temple of Flora, the Villa of Polissena, the Scuderie Reali, the Chalet Svizzero, the Torre Gotica. The park is frequented by sportsmen that jog or train in the equipped areas. Those who love nature can enjoy the groves of pines, oaks, laurels and chestnut trees, inhabited by a decent quantity of wild fauna including hedgehogs, squirrels, rabbits and many species of birds, attracted by the nearby Tiber and Aniene rivers. Besides that, along Via Salaria there are other entrances to the park on Via di Ponte Salario and Via Panama.

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