Roman Sport Centre
Locals, lovers, tourists, joggers – no one can resist the lure of Rome's most celebrated park. Originally the estate of Cardinal...
This striking Renaissance palace was built for Cardinal Ricci da Montepulciano in 1540, but Ferdinando dei Medici bought it in 1576. It...
Piazza di Siena
Casa del Cinema
In Villa Borghese, the Casa del Cinema comprises two exhibition spaces, three projection halls, an outdoor theatre and a popular cafe....
Part of the Casa del Cinema complex, this slick modern cafe is one of the few places to get a decent bite in Villa Borghese. Stop by...
Roman Sport Centre information
Lonely Planet review
This is Rome’s largest gym, where you’ll find squash courts, two Olympic-sized swimming pools, saunas and all the latest hi-tech gym equipment you could possibly need. It costs €30/180 per day/month to use the facilities.