Galoppatoio di Villa Borghese, Rome

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This zone is a part of villa adjoined in 1830. In 1911 here a riding-track was arranged, which was also used for different manifestations and expositions. In the beginning of the 70's of the 20th century beneath Galoppatoio an underground garage was built, which is connected with the metro station. To the surface was returned its green carpet of grass.

Galoppatoio di Villa Borghese

Address:
Galoppatoio di Villa Borghese
Viale del Galoppatoio, 33,
00197, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Quartiere Pinciano (Roma centro)
Galoppatoio di Villa Borghese is Shown By "Map E Zone" As "2"
Subway: Piazza di Spagna stop (follow the signs Villa Borghese - Via Veneto), Metro A
Bus n°: 5, 19, 52, 53, 63, 86, 88, 92, 95, 116, 204, 217, 231, 360,490, 491, 495, 630, 910, 926
Tram: 19, 19b, 30, 30b.

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