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One of the most majestic areas that Rome has to offer, Villa Medici is an imposing architectural complex that evokes the classic Italian era of the 17th century, when it was owned by Ferdinando de Medici, to whom it owes its name.
It is located right next to the Villa Borghese -one of the largest parks in Rome- and has a front view of Mount Pincio, which gives it a privileged location, isolated from the rest of the buildings around it.During its golden age, Villa Medici was one of the most fashionable places in the city, having as a main attraction a garden of Roman statues that the Medici himself installed while he used it as his main residence. Later, in the Napoleonic era, it became the headquarters of the French Academy and has remained so until now.Once there, you cannot miss its impressive gardens, which served as an inspiration to Vel�zquez to paint the only two landscapes of his career. For this and many more reasons, they remain as an invaluable cultural and aesthetic reference for the city.Being the headquarters of the French Academy, it also has a very rich cultural agenda of film screenings, exhibitions and any other type of artistic expression.The Villa Medici is a place to simply be. We suggest you leave your car in our nearest parking lot so you can enjoy the fresh air free of worries.

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Rome has many valuable historical treasures that tell the city’s history and are a must-see for any tourist. Among the wide range of tourist attractions found in the city, the most remarkable ones include the Colosseum, considered to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world; the Capitoline Wolf statue, symbol of Rome; and the Basilica of San Pedro, located in the Vatican City. To visit these places of interest and many others, we recommend using our Saba public car parks so that you can easily move around the city.