Piazza di Siena
Locals, lovers, tourists, joggers – no one can resist the lure of Rome's most celebrated park. Originally the 17th-century estate of...
Museo Carlo Bilotti
The Orangery of Villa Borghese provides the handsome setting for the art collection of billionaire cosmetics magnate Carlo Bilotti. The...
Giardino del Lago
Designed and laid out in the late 18th century, this leafy area is centred on a small, romantic lake. The highlight, other than the...
Silvano Toti Globe Theatre
Like London’s Globe Theatre but with better weather, Villa Borghese's open-air Elizabethan theatre serves up Shakespeare (performances...
Part of the Casa del Cinema complex, this modern cafe is one of the few places to get a decent bite in Villa Borghese. Stop by for a...
Piazza di Siena information
A dusty arena surrounded by towering umbrella pines, Piazza di Siena is used to host Rome's top equestrian event in May. It was created in the late 18th century at the behest of the Borghese prince Marcantonio IV and named after the city of Siena, the Borghese family's original hometown.