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Nestled within the Villa Borghese park that has been in existence since 1911, is one of the oldest garden's in the continent. Fondazione Bioparco di Roma that used to be a zoo, has now become the Bioparco. With only a few cages, the goal is to create an environment that is as close as possible to the animals' natural habitat. Here children can learn about where and how animals really live. A great place for adults as well, you may want to come here for walks and relaxing day outings too.
This golf club is the most fashionable and best known in Rome. It has a stunning 27-hole course, that is admired even by non-golfers. The green fee is slightly more on Sundays and holidays. Golf lessons are available for beginners and are taught by highly qualified and friendly instructors. The course is excellent for experienced golfers. Open year round.
This 18 holes course was designed by renowned American golf architect Robert Trent Jones overseen by a seventeenth century mansion. Built around a volcanic crater, the golf course is framed by vineyards, rose gardens, olive trees and small lakes. Since it is difficult to reach here by public transport or taxis, it is advisable to hire a car from Rome. You can rent your golf clubs, caddy and trolley or buy them from the pro shop. Courses are available for professionals and amateurs. Reservations are recommended.