How to get to Villa Doria Pamphilj in Roma by Bus, Metro or Train

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Directions to Villa Doria Pamphilj (Roma) with public transportation

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How to get to Villa Doria Pamphilj by Bus

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From Eur, Roma 36 min
Bus - 791

791

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From Batteria Nomentana, Roma 55 min
Bus - 60

60

Bus - 64

64

Bus - 982

982

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From Piazzale Di Ponte Milvio, Roma 41 min
Bus - 911

911

Bus - 32

32

Bus - 982

982

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From Cecchignola, Roma 80 min
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Bus - 702

702

Bus - 766

766

Bus - 791

791

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From Saxa Rubra, Roma 81 min
Bus - 32

32

Bus - 982

982

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How to get to Villa Doria Pamphilj by Metro

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From Eur, Roma 77 min
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Metro - LINEA B
Metro - LINEA A
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From Batteria Nomentana, Roma 70 min
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Metro - LINEA B
Metro - LINEA A
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From Piazzale Di Ponte Milvio, Roma 78 min
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Metro - LINEA A
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How to get to Villa Doria Pamphilj by Train

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From Eur, Roma 77 min
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Train - FC2
Train - FL3
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From Batteria Nomentana, Roma 78 min
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Train - FL1
Train - FL3
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What are the closest stations to Villa Doria Pamphilj?

  • The closest stations to Villa Doria Pamphilj are:
    • Piccolomini N./Cardinale Ferrata is 543 meters away, 8 min walk
    • Piccolomini N./Albani is 546 meters away, 8 min walk
    • Piccolomini N./S. Lucio is 661 meters away, 9 min walk
    • S. Lucio/Piccolomini is 698 meters away, 10 min walk
    • S. Damaso/S. Fabiano is 1067 meters away, 15 min walk

Which Metro lines stop near Villa Doria Pamphilj?

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Looking for the nearest stop or station to Villa Doria Pamphilj? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Piccolomini N./Cardinale Ferrata; Piccolomini N./Albani; Piccolomini N./S. Lucio; S. Lucio/Piccolomini; S. Damaso/S. Fabiano.

You can get to Villa Doria Pamphilj by Bus, Metro or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Metro: LINEA A; Train: FL3; Bus: 791, 982.

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Villa Doria Pamphilj, Roma
Villa Doria Pamphilj, Roma Villa Doria Pamphilj è una residenza storica che comprende il più grande parco pubblico urbano di Roma (184 ettari), situata appena fuori dalle mura nel quartiere Gianicolense, sulle propaggini occidentali del Gianicolo, compresa tra via Aurelia Antica e via Vitellia. Al suo interno sorge il Casino del Bel Respiro o Algardi, che è sede di rappresentanza ufficiale del governo italiano. Trae origine dalla tenuta di campagna dell'omonima famiglia nobile romana, progettata da Alessandro Algardi e Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi nel Seicento, dalla fusione di diverse vigne preesistenti. Fu espropriata nel corso del Novecento, divisa in due nel 1960 per l'apertura di via Leone XIII (tratto della via Olimpica), e aperta al pubblico nel 1972.
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