Spring and summer are the best times to shirk the heat of the day by standing under a tree and gazing upon the natural world. Rome’s parks and gardens are perfect for this retreat from the heat.
- Monster’s Grove in Bomarzo: playful and wacky sculptures carved from the bedrock make this a one-of-a-kind garden just outside of Rome.
- The Appian Way Park: For a park that contains Rome’s earliest road and the Aqueduct Park, the Appian Way Park holds some of the deepest history for the location.
- Rome’s Rose Garden: This garden was dedicated to Flora, the goddess of Spring and flowers. Here there are over 1000 different roses, and an annual rose competition.
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