We will pick you up and drive you to the beautiful Bioparco Zoo in Rome. Housing animals from all around the world in this beautiful setting, a day at the zoo is fun for the whole family. Follow it up with a stroll in the beautiful Borghese Villa park.
Explore the beautiful Bioparco Zoo in Rome...
Our driver will pick you up and take you to the Bioparco Zoo in Rome, inside the Villa Borghese park. Preferring ditches and pits to bars and cages, the area has a very open feel with most animals in large outdoor sanctuaries. The park is home to 1,114 animals of 222 species ranging from aardvarks to zebras, white tigers to pygmy hippos and even 2 young lion cubs, born in the spring of 2020. Inside the park there are two snack bars where you can purchase refreshments while mingling with the peacocks that enjoy the area as well. Upon departing the zoo, your guide will take you on a stroll through the elegant gardens of Villa Borghese, one of the most beautiful parks in Italy.
Once the private gardens of a powerful Italian family, the Borghese, their home is now one of the most impressive museums in Rome. You will learn the history of the powerful family that built the gardens and explore the many hidden treasures that they still hold, including a replica of the Globe Theater in England, a Roman Temple and a stunning lookout point with a spectacular view of Rome and Piazza del Popolo. A perfect place for a gelato after a long day.
Transportation to/from meeting point
Entry to the each site included in the tour
Expert Local Guide
Headsets for groups when appropriate
Authentic Italian Gelato or Coffee
Additional Food and Drink
Zoo Train Ride
Know Before You Go
Please check-in at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time. Tours will depart promptly at the scheduled time, and no refunds will be given for late arrivals or missed tours.
Proof of identification may be required, so please bring a valid form of photo ID for each guest.
Tours will proceed in all weather conditions, unless the site is closed by authorities for safety reasons. It is highly recommended to bring bottled water, sunscreen, hat and umbrella.
All tours operate within the current COVID-19 regulations set by the Italian Government.
Wear comfortable walking shoes and be sure to dress warmly in colder temperatures, and bring a cover for bare shoulders inside any churches in the warmer months.