it is among the largest parks in Rome and the villa among the best preserved in the city. Villa Doria Pamphilj extends over a total area of 184 hectares and is considered one of the most important Roman villas, because it still retains the seventeenth-century layout and the main architectural features of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It consists of three parts: "parsurbana", "pars fructuaria" and "pars rustica". In addition to the splendid structures, fountains and gardens, there is also a stream that flows into a lake, with an elliptical island. it is considered the great green lung of Rome, an extraordinary setting for walking and jogging in the open air.