The Villa Borghese is a large natural park in Rome. It contains a few buildings, attractions and hosts the Galleria Borghese museum. It's main entrance is through the upward leading path of the Spanish Steps.
Other attractions in this world famous park include:
- Museo Etrusco (Etruscan Museum), housed in the former 16th century built Villa Giulia.
- 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 artefacts. This was setup by Camillo Borghese and also displays paintings by Raphael and Titian.
- Villa Medici contains the French Academy of Rome.
- Many other smaller villas that can be found in the park are reminders of the 1911 World Exposition that was held in Rome.