The Villa Borghese is a large natural park in Rome. It contains a few buildings, attractions and hosts the Galleria Borghese museum. Its main entrance is through the upward leading path of the Spanish Steps.
Other attractions within the park
Museo Etrusco (Etruscan Museum)
Housed in the former 16th century, built Villa Giulia.
Sculptures and paintings
Sculptures from famous artists like Bernini, Caravaggio, and Antonio Canova can be found on a raised plateau next to the villa. It is, in fact, a distinct garden called Casino Borghese that displays these artifacts. Camillo Borghese set this up and also displays paintings by Raphael and Titian.
The Villa Medeci contains the French Academy of Rome.
Many other smaller villas found in the park are reminders of the 1911 World Exposition held in Rome.