Temple Of Asclepius

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  • Address: Via Aldrovandi Ulisse, 2, 00197 Roma RM, Italy, Rome
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  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple

You and your tour companions will be impressed after visiting the Temple Of Asclepius. It is an ancient temple built by the Romans possibly in 290 BC. They dedicated this temple to the Greek god Aesculapius who used to be known as the protector of thermal water. Near this temple, used to be a hot spring at that time which was known to be sacred. According to the experts, for medical purposes only, the water of this spring used to be used. From the interiors of the Temple of Asclepius, many ancient artefacts have been excavated. You will be charmed to see the preserved structure of the whole.

How to Reach Temple Of Asclepius

  • Trams 3, 2, 19 to stop - Galleria Arte Moderna
  • Buses 490, 61, 495, 160 to stop - Del Fiocco/valle Giulia

  • Temple Of Asclepius Address: Via Aldrovandi Ulisse, 2, 00197 Roma RM, Italy, Rome
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  • 0.02% of people who visit Rome include Temple Of Asclepius in their plan

  • 75% of people start their Temple Of Asclepius visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Temple Of Asclepius

Wednesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Temple Of Asclepius

People normally club together Bio Parco Di Roma and Galleria Borghese while planning their visit to Temple Of Asclepius.

People also prefer to start their day with Temple Of Asclepius.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Temple Of Asclepius Reviews & Ratings

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  • Gorgeous place. We did rowing boats (3€ per person for 20mins) on the lake and had a blast. Loads of turtles swimming about and posing for photos. Well worth a visit.

  • A really nice place to relax and have a stroll. It's just wonderful. There is also a small lake and you can rent a boat.

  • It is gorgeous and relaxing. I loved taking photos here and just walking around this place. There are often really good live musicians/buskers here.

  • Beautiful place to relax and enjoy in Villa Borghese, the third largest park in Italy. There's a pond around the temple where ducks of various breed roam around. I saw a small boat in the lake as well, but not sure if it was for personal use or for visitors. Come here with some time to spare, as the entire park is worth the visit and you can relax and chill here after sightseeing or hard day's work.

  • Nice place to chill with some shade. Also funny to rent a boat for 3 euro per person for 20 minutes. Altough, they don't seem to track your time

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