Aqueduct Park

  • Address: Quartiere XXV Appio Claudio, 00178 Roma, Italy, Rome
  • Ticket Price: Free

Aqueduct Park is one of the most popular places to visit in Rome, Italy. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the Aqueduct Park attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Rome from this point of interest.

How to reach Aqueduct Park?

To reach, Aqueduct Park, it is also possible to catch a local bus or metro from the nearest station. Frequent travellers suggest carrying a location map to explore the nearby tourist attractions in Rome. TripHobo provides you the overall information of Aqueduct Park like its address, phone number, photos, timings, and tickets booking.

Aqueduct Park Tickets Price and When to Get There

The ticket price or pass for visiting Aqueduct Park is given in this page. It may vary depending on the season and crowd. It’s better to check the Aqueduct Park tickets and opening hours in advance to avail the best offer. Whether you’re travelling with your family, friends or backpacking on a solo adventure, this page also provides you an idea of how much time you can typically spend here to experience the view and vibe. Tickets and visiting passes may come with different time slots and TripHobo allows you to book sightseeing and skip the line tours for Aqueduct Park. You can also book the customized day tours for Aqueduct Park from vendors like Get Your Guide, Viator and Musement.

Accommodations and Other Facilities Near Aqueduct Park

On TripHobo, you can find the best hotels to stay near Aqueduct Park in Rome. Ranging from budget friendly hostels to 5-star luxury suites and shared Airbnbs, here you can find perfect places to stay near Aqueduct Park. Also, plenty of restaurants and coffee shops are available in the surrounding area. Don’t forget to try local street food and quick bites when you’re there. You may find popular bars and lounges open late night serving best brews in the Rome.

Other than this, TripHobo also helps you to find the local information near Aqueduct Park, Rome like car parking options, public transportation, internet cafes and hospitals. You can easily check out the details of nearby pharmacies, ATMs and banks with 5-10 minutes of walk. With the help of our tourist map, you can easily locate the shortest route to Aqueduct Park and modes of transportation around.

Know Before Planning a Trip to Aqueduct Park

Aqueduct Park is a must for solo backpackers and active travelers. Before your actual visit to this place, we recommend you plan your Rome trip online with our free Rome Trip Planner. Here you can create an awesome itinerary with popular points of interests, restaurants and other tourist attractions. We also offer customized Rome Trip Planner created by real-time travelers and local tour experts which include a visit to Aqueduct Park with an estimated trip budget.

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  • Aqueduct Park Address: Quartiere XXV Appio Claudio, 00178 Roma, Italy, Rome
  • Aqueduct Park Price: Free
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  • 0.01% of people who visit Rome include Aqueduct Park in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Aqueduct Park visit around 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Aqueduct Park


95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Aqueduct Park

People normally also visit Castle San' Angelo while planning their trip to Aqueduct Park.

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  • This is a complete hidden gem of Rome. I’m sure many people don’t go there because of its location outside the main tourist attractions in the heart of the city. However, take a taxi or the public bus and visit this park. It is beautiful and a great place to spend the day or part of a day. There are many walking and biking trails. You can even rent a bike for a few hours. It is a free park and of course has the ruins of the ancient Roman aqueducts.

  • We spent around 3 hours here. A must visit. A beautiful 30 minutes walk takes you to this marvellous site. Would definitely come back to this place again. Please carry water along.

  • Worth the drive and visit if you have time. Very quiet. The locals use it as a walking area.

  • For those willing to venture to the outskirts of Rome and see some fantastic ruins of aquaducts, this is the place to go. It is about a half mile walk to the park from the Lucio Sestio or Giulio Agricola stop on the A orange subway line (arrive on one, leave from the other). The park has a pretty much intact low aquaduct running much of its length, with remnants of a taller one. No explaining signs or tour guides - just the structures you can walk up to and touch. You also get to see how people live outside of the tourist districts of Rome. Worth the trip, especially if you are a history buff of the Roman Empire.

  • Ancient aquaducts are unbelievable. Park needs upkeep. Limited restrooms and water. Also seems to be some homeless. Was safe, but don't let your guard down. Scenery is movie set worthy.

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