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Bioparco di Roma

V.le del Giardino Zoologico, 1, 00197 Roma RM, Italy

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About Bioparco di Roma

Bioparco di Roma is a beautiful biopark and not simply a zoo with cages. It’s made up of several areas that allow the animals to reproduce in their natural habitats. It also has a separate building just for reptiles.  The zoo covers 30 acres and was erected in the northern part of the Villa Borghese estate. One of the main attractions in this area which is famous among tourists.



Attractions near Bioparco di Roma

Borghese Gallery and Museum0.44km from Bioparco di Roma

The renowned state museum in Rome distinguished for its collection of Italian Baroque paintings and ancient sculptures. It is located in the Borghese Gardens on the Pincian Hill and is housed in the Villa Borghese, a building designed by the Dutch architect Jan van Santen (Giovanni Vasanzio) and built between 1613 and 1616. It houses a substantial part of the Borghese collection of paintings, sculpture, and antiquities, begun by Cardinal Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul.

Villa Borghese0.49km from Bioparco di Roma

Villa Borghese is a large city ​​park in the city of Rome which includes various types of green accommodation, from the Italian garden to large English-style areas, buildings, small buildings, fountains, and ponds.  It is the fourth-largest public park in Rome, after the public part of the Appia Antica Regional Park, Villa Doria Pamphilj, and Villa Ada, and extends largely over the Pinciano district and a small part over the Campo Marzio district. , divided by the Aurelian Walls.

National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia0.88km from Bioparco di Roma

A majestic museum that houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. This iconic building was built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace built in what once were the outskirts of the city. . The museum was founded in 1889 as part of the same nationalistic movement, with the aim of collecting together all the pre-Roman antiquities.

Pincio Promenade0.92km from Bioparco di Roma

Pincio Promenade is a great walk to take from Piazza del Popolo to reach one of the Villa Borghese entrances.  Today, the Pincian terrace remains a favorite spot for locals taking a springtime Sunday stroll. This 80 hectares of sprawling parkland, gardens, and attractions ranging from one of the world’s finest art galleries to a zoo and cinemas, Villa Borghese Park

Villa Medici1.04km from Bioparco di Roma

A beautiful villa and architectural complex with a large Borghese garden, on the Pincian Hill.  There is also a beautiful fountain which increases the beauty of this villa.  In 1801 Napoleon bought the building, and in 1803 the Villa Medici became the headquarters of the French Academy in Rome. It also houses the recipients of the Prix de Rome.

Via Veneto1.18km from Bioparco di Roma

Rome’s elegant street filled with cafés and luxury hotels. The great Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini made this sophisticated street famous in the 1960s. The street is named after the Battle of Vittorio Veneto, a decisive Italian victory of World War I. Federico Fellini's classic 1960 film La Dolce Vita was mostly centered on the Via Veneto area.

Where is Bioparco di Roma

Discover more attractions in Lazio, where Bioparco di Roma is located

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Lazio is one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy. Situated in the central peninsular section of the country, it has 5,864,321 inhabitants – making it the second most populated region of Italy – and its GDP of more than €197 billion per year means that it has the nation's second-largest regional economy. The capital of Lazio is Rome, which is also the capital and largest city of Italy.