In the city centre it is possible to reach easily Villa Borghese from Piazzale Flaminio (Metro Linea A) and from Pincio (Metro Linea A station Spagna). The wide spaces invite people make open-air gym exercises and jogging, whereas the long asphalted avenues are suitable for skating, bicycles or mountain bikes, which can be rented near the entry of Porta Pinciana.
Villa Pamphili, in the district of Monteverde, is reachable by Metro Linea A Ubaldo degli Ubaldi or by tram 8, Casaletto stop, or by bus 791 from Circ. Gianicolense, in front of Trastevere Station, with the stop in front of the park. It was Cardinal Giovanni Battista Pamphili, then Innocenzo X, who wanted this residence out of Porta San Pancrazio, between Gianicolo and Aurelia.
Villa Ada is reachable by buses 86, 92 and 310 from Termini Station. Located between the modern districts of Parioli and Salario, in the north of Rome, this villa is a very big area full of trees, which still preserves the aspect of a natural oasis.
Another famous meeting green area of the city is represented by the gardens of Laghetto dell’Eur, reachable by Metro Linea B, Eur Palasport stop.