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Rome Botanical Garden Tour with a Local Nature Expert



Enjoy a guided tour of one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Europe, home to 400-year-old trees, living fossils that survived extinction and much more.

Duration: 3 hours
    Available in
  • English,
  • Italian
Tour by Patrizia

I am graduated in Natural Sciences and I organize tours for ten years. My job is to let the participant in touch with nature. I also work in the school organizing lab science. I usually organize Historical and environmental tours in Rome and surroundings. I am a volunteer environmental association that protects birds and habitats. I'm an entomologist and study for many years the butterflies and I recently took part in a study on the wolf nearby the city of Rome. I also worked for ten years in a Travel Agency and I manage a B&B in a lovely district near Rome, Ostia Antica where I live for five years.
I was born in Rome and I lived there for 24 years, then I moved to Ostia, on the beach at 20 km from Rome and then after married I moved to OSTIA ANTICA which is between Rome and Ostia. The place where I live is very quite and surrounded by countryside and I wake up with the birds singing. I can reach the city very easily taking about 40 minutes so I do not miss the Theatre and the Museums of Rome

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  • Discover one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Europe with a local nature expert
  • See an entire collection of exotic plants including Orchids
  • Enjoy discovering the carnivore plants

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The Orto Botanico covers an area of about 30 acres in the very heart of Rome, between Via della Lungara and Colle del Gianicolo.

It contains numerous palm specimens, a collection of conifers, bamboos, Mediterranean forest species, multiple greenhouses, a rose garden, a Mediterranean garden with aromatic plants, a Japanese garden where we can enjoy a beautiful view of the city centre, a valley of ferns, and monumental trees including sequoias and ginkgo biloba specimens.

At the end of the tour you’ll have the opportunity to visit the nearby district of Trastevere, which is known for its trattorias, bistros and historical apartments.

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What’s included & not included

  • Tour with an Environmental Guide graduated in Natural Science
  • €8 entry fee

Meeting point

Largo Cristina di Svezia at the gate of the Botanic Garden (Largo Cristina di Svezia)

Pickup options are available for private tour bookings.

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  • Full refund if you cancel up to 72 hours before the tour
  • No booking fees
  • Pay by credit card or PayPal