• June 14, 2018

Pincio – Pincian Hill

Pincio – Pincian Hill

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Pincio

Pincio doesn’t belong to one of the seven historic Roman hills, but it is definitely worth a visit. From the balcony of Pincio, we can enjoy the spectacular view of the center of Rome. It can be reached either from Piazza del Popolo or walking from the Church of Trinità dei Monti which is located at the end of the beautiful Baroque Spanish Steps. If you want to cool off from the Italian sun for a while in the summer, visit the Villa Borghese Park, which is also located on the top of Pincio, where you can find many shady places to relax and gain new strength to wander around in this beautiful historic city.