Natural Attractions in Rome, Italy

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Sep 13, 2017
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

Rome’s fertile landscape made it the ideal place for a city to develop and has had a profound impact on its history. Though the city has changed immensely over the years, surviving everything from barbarian attacks to world wars, its natural, physical landscape has remained virtually unchanged. Visit the natural attractions in Rome with the Rome tours guide. Mainly as below:

Natural Attractions in Rome

Villa Borghese

The "Central Park" of Rome was originally a private vineyard and is now a lush public space that features a garden of bitter oranges and another of formal flowers. Tourists and locals enjoy strolling through the park and attending the many festivals and public events that take place on the grounds throughout the year. Romantic walkways, secret gardens, mature trees, lovely fountains and scenic views make this natural attraction a must-see when in Rome.

Colle Oppio

One of the seven hills of Rome, Colle Oppio is home to underground ruins and large shade trees. The grounds are less developed than some of the city's other gardens, but the famed spot is still worth a visit.

Lake Bracciano

Just 20 miles from the city's center, Lake Bracciano is the second-largest lake in the area. It was formed by a volcano and reaches a depth of 541 feet. The area surrounding the lake is decorated with olive groves and other native vegetation. Because runoff into the lake is strictly controlled, pollution is not a concern and visitors can swim in the lake.