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See the sunset from the Pincian Hillin Rome, Italy

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The observation deck here on the Pinncian hill in the Villa Borghese park offers the great views of the evening Rome.
How to see the sunset from the Pincian Hill in Rome
After taking a walk in the park go to the hill to see the sunset.

How to do?

1. Walk up the Spanish Steps to Villa Borghese.
2. Walk through the park.
3. Find the observation deck and enjoy the city and the sunset.

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?

Entrance is free.

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

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