Largo Cristina di Svezia, 24
Rione Trastevere (Gianicolo) (Roma centro)
0039 06 49917107 Portineria - 49912436 Amministrazione
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- April 2 - October 18: 9.30 am - 6.30 pm;
- October 19 - March 30: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm;
Closed: Sunday, Holidays, May 1st, March 30, 2013
Adults: € 8,00 (12-65 years);
Concessions: € 4,00 (6-11 years of age, over 65 years of age, school groups);
Free of charge: under 6 years of age, disabled visitors and their carers, students from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Roma "Tor Vergata" and "Roma III" on production of a valid University Card and except for exhibitions and other events.
The botanical garden of Rome is part of the Dept. of Plant Biology of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and is one of the most important in Italy, both for its size (about 12 hectares) and the number of species (about 8000). Its plants are important not only for scientific purposes, but also because of the cultivation and reconstruction of the spaces, which help the visitor in recognizing the species. In addition, the botanical garden is among the structures of this kind equipped for disabled people: there is a path and two scooters that allow to do steep routes. A recent addition is the “Garden of aromatic herbs”, designed for the sightless, with aromatic and scented plants, plus others whose leaves have a special texture, together with signs in Braille placed at hand height.
The Botanical Garden is provided with 2 electrical scooters, available for the disabled visitors with limited movement at the entrance of the Garden, toilettes and parking inside the area.
Free Guided tours upon reservation: tel. +39 0649912436 - 0649912561, email: email@example.com.">firstname.lastname@example.org.
For schools or groups, please specify the following details: day, time, name of the School or Group, number of accompanying teachers- one out of ten students - name of the teacher responsible for the activity, eventual disabled visitors and a fax number to get the authorisation to produce at the entrance of the Botanical Garden.
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