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Parco della Caffarella

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June 15, 2020
Parco della Caffarella entrance is only at 20 minutes by walk. You'll have the feeling to be in the middle of the countryside. Possible to rent a bike and get to the Roman Castles that are 20 kms away.
March 18, 2020
A big and ancient space in Rome.
November 16, 2019
Just take a bus to the center and after a short trip into the heart of the city suddenly you'll be in the middle of a bucolic landscape. You can relax walking through centuries-old trees, large meadows and a small waterway, discovering the traces of ancient Rome and the places where the emperors…
September 11, 2019
The Caffarella Valley borders the Latin way (via Latina) to the north and the ancient Appian Way to the south. It extends lengthways from the ancient Roman Aurelian’s Wall up to via dell’Almone. Today it is an oasis amidst sprawling high-rise buildings comprising a fascinating mix of archaeological…
September 10, 2019
Huge park, great for runners and joggers who want to enjoy some nature

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