All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Active things to do in Rome
A trip to Rome doesn’t have to mean a holiday from your fitness regime. While it can be tempting to spend all your time indulging in pizza and pasta, counterbalance the calories by getting active as you explore. From hiking to the city’s best viewpoints to jogging between historic attractions, there are plenty of ways to combine fitness with sightseeing, as you’ll discover with the help of this two-day active itinerary.
Then, take a 10-minute drive to Villa Doria Pamphili.
Villa Doria Pamphili
Next, take a 20-minute drive to Villa Borghese.
Laghetto di Villa Borghese
The next destination is a 30-minute drive from here.
Marco Simone Golf & Country Club
Head back into the city and make your way to the Tiber River.
Hail a taxi from your finishing point and head back to the hotel.
Back at the hotel, hail a taxi for the 25-minute drive to the next destination.
Appian Way Regional Park
Next, take an eight-minute drive to Riding Ancient Rome.
Riding Ancient Rome
Then, take a 20-minute drive to Parco Centrale del Lago.
Parco Centrale del Lago
Stroll over to La Piscina delle Rose, next to the lake.
The Club Piscina delle Rose
Finish the itinerary with a 30-minute drive back to the hotel.