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Villa Borghese is a highly rated running spot with a soft surface in Rome.

Best places for workouts in Rome

If you want to do more than just going out for an easy run there are some good options available.

Track runners might like Stadio dei marmi and those looking for a hill workout can go to Parco Della Caffarella.

If you want to test your fitness against local runners, Caffarella parkrun and Roma Pineto parkrun are available here for you.

Highly rated places to run in Rome

Villa Doria Pamphili and Stadio dei marmi are popular places to run in this area.

Your favourite running surface in Rome

For those who like to run on soft surfaces, these are recommended: Villa Doria Pamphili, Parco Della Caffarella, Parco delle mimose and Villa Ada Park.


Villa Borghese

Stadio dei marmi

Villa Doria Pamphili

Parco Della Caffarella

Caffarella parkrun

Roma Pineto parkrun

Villa Ada Park

Blog posts mentioning Rome

The history of distance running in RTR-blog.
...Abebe Bikila was the first Sub-Saharan African man to win an Olympic medal when he won the marathon at the 1960 Olympics in Rome ....
All major world records in men's running in RTR-blog.
...He often chased fast times and set many world records including the 1500m in -98, the mile in -99 in Rome and the 2000m in -99 in Berlin ....
Spectacular Tracks Around the World in RTR-blog.
...Stadio dei marmi – Rome , Italy Continuing with locations rich in classical history, a track runner visiting Rome needs to visit the Stadio dei marmi ....
...Images from Antony Stanley , Fred Romero and Juan Fernando Escobar Ochoa ....

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