Although only in third place, because of its seize, according to Villa Doria Pamphili and Villa Ada, Villa Borghese is certainly the most famous park in Rome . This he owes to the many artistic products as well as its scenic diversity inside the park. The composition of the incredible museums and historic buildings, sculptures, monuments and fountains, gave him the name ” Parco the Musei ” (Museum Park). The area, which extends partially in the quarter called Pinciana is a real green heart. It offers many opportunities to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is possible to lose yourself between the centuries-old trees, lakes and Italian gardens by walking or on the saddle of a bicycle. One option is a visit to one of the museums: Galleria Borghese, made famous by the painter Titian, Raphael or Caravaggio and the sculptor Bernini. Other museums you can visit: zoological Museum, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Etruscan Museum, the Museum Carlo Bilotta , with 18 paintings of Giorgio de Chirico. But the attractions do not end here. Inside the villa there is a zoological garden, now a bio- park, which is reached every year by thousands of visitors and a Victorian-style theater (a reconstruction of Shakespeare Globe Theatre), which plays in the summer comedies and tragedies of the Elizabethan age. Many are the offers in the “Casa del cinema “, which has its headquarters in the Casina delle rose. In its vicinity there is also the cinema of the little ones (“Cinema the piccoli”), the smallest cinema in the world.