€£$
по-русскиen Español (pronto)
enter
1511things to do
in the world
211things to do
in Italy
65things to do
in Rome

Explore Villa Borghese in the quadricyclein Rome, Italy

#27of 65 things to doin Rome

Take local guide

Explore Villa Borghese in the quadricycle in one of the toursChoose

Oddviser

adventure's step-by-step
recipes & lifehacks
How to ride a board on volcano in Nicaragua?How to walk inside the active volcano in Greece?How to feed flying dogs in the jungles of Thailand?How to cycle along the Great Wall of China?How to swim in the famous Trevi Fountain in Rome?How to ride a kayak along the canals of Venice?How to walk on the roofs of skyscrapers in Dubai?
Join usit's more fun together :)
Get a charge of vivacity with a ride on the Villa Borghese in the quadricycle.
How to explore Villa Borghese in the quadricycle in Rome
At the Villa Borghese you will discover the amazing treasures of the past, you will see iconic columns, huge fountains, a wonderful park with a lake with swans, listen to street musicians.

It is best to study the Villa Borghese in the quadricycle, which can be rented on the spot. On the quadricycle you'll feel like a kid again, curiously looking at the world :)

Where to do?

#1Villa Borghese in RomeVilla Borghese

Villa Borghese is a magnificent landscape park in the English style, a popular place for walks and picnics in Rome. Also here is the museum with the incredible collection of art.

Open hours: from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Official website: http://www.galleriaborghese.it

How much?

rent costs €10 per hour.

Tours & excursions 1

#38Visit Borghese GalleryVisit Borghese Gallery

Borghese Gallery is the "queen of all private art collections", it boasts paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, and Titian, as well as Bernini sculptures.

€130+/person

Reviews

Guest26 September 2020

More things to do in Rome

#36Try Cold Dog cake in RomeTry Cold Dog cakeoddviser

Try a delicious cold dessert made of biscuits and chocolate cream with a strange name "Cold Dog".

#49Try сolomba pasquale in RomeTry сolomba pasqualeCherry

Colomba or Easter dove, as it is called on the vastness of Italy, is a traditional sweet on the Easter holiday in Rome.

12
#37Jump into Tiber river on the 1st of January in RomeJump into Tiber river on the 1st of JanuaryFelicity

How about a new tradition to celebrate the New Year jumping into the cold waters of the Tiber?

FREECavour Bridge
#61See the racehorses show in RomeSee the racehorses showoddviser

Fans of horse contests should visit Rome in May to see competitions of racehorses. One of the greatest in Europe.

FREEVilla Borghese
#33Try pasta in RomeTry pastaoddviser

In Rome you should try what is the taste of Italian pasta, which is cooked according to the ancient recipe of the Eternal City.

4
#21Sit on the Spanish Steps in RomeSit on the Spanish StepsCherry

In the evening, when the lights turn Rome into a kind of fairy tale, rise to the top of the Spanish steps and see how does night Eternal City look like.

FREESpanish Steps
#54Celebrate Rome's Birthday in RomeCelebrate Rome's Birthdayoddviser

The City Day in Rome is celebrated on April 21. The sequence of festival events last for three days and fascinates with its colors and measure.

FREE
#38Visit the Pyramid of Cestius in RomeVisit the Pyramid of Cestiusoddviser

Visit the ancient pyramid in the heart of Europe, which size is about a 9-storey building, and where the Roman magistrate buried.

5Pyramid of Caius Cestius
#35Try Frascati in RomeTry FrascatiR.R.Mix

This wine is produced in the countryside around Rome, it is considered the best Italian wine and you should definitely try it.

10
#13Cycling the Appian Way in RomeCycling the Appian WayEugene Krasowski

Rent a bicycle and go on a road with which the Roman legions began their conquest.

15Appian Way
#59Visit the Mussolini's bunker in RomeVisit the Mussolini's bunkeroddviser

Benito Mussolini was living in the Villa Torlonia for a few years and built the bunker to hide himself and his family in case of bombardment.

7Villa Torlonia
Know more things to do?Guest

Share your ideas of what to do in Rome with other travellers — together we'll make our travellings more interesting!

Photo credit © http://orvieto.alex-mcintyre.net