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Experience where the locals go and do in Rome

In general, many tourists don’t visit any of Rome’s beautiful parks. Villa Pamphili, in particular, is the largest public park in Rome and is probably also the most well-kept and beautiful. Go for a walk – or even a run – to get a sense of where the locals escape to.

After a long walk, why not experience one of the largest parts of the Italians life and culture. I am obviously talking about food. Instead of merely dining at a delicious local restaurant, we recommend taking a cooking class such as Mamà – Laboratori di Cucina near the Salaria. The classes are in Italian so it helps if you can speak a bit or bring a friend who can translate for you. There’s even prosecco to enjoy while you’re cooking – and lot’s of it!

If you’re looking for adventure, we could recommend that you rent a hire car and drive to Bomarzo. The private park dates back to the 16th century when a rather eccentric prince, Vicino Orsini, commissioned grand statues of mythical creatures – mostly of monsters and dragons – which are spread throughout the park.

Or if you want to journey by bike, then pedalling around Villa Borghese is a must. Villa Borghese is a landscaped garden and the third largest public park in Rome. You can access the park from several districts in the city, being Pinciano, Flaminio and Salario.

After a long day of sightseeing, enjoying a gelato is the best way to wind down. Remember to say ‘yes’ to panna which is whipped cream! You’ve done a lot of walking / cycling so you won’t need to worry about the calories.