About Parco delle Nazioni
Borgo di Torre Guidaccia is a very ancient and historical site, which around the year 100 bC, was a military encampment under the guidance of the famous roman pro-consul Caio Mario. Traces of its glorious past can be found the remaining perimeter walls, in the old look-out tower which dates back to the 5th century BC and in the other buildings constructed by the ancient and noble Florentine family of the Counts of Guidaccia around the XV Century BC
The marvelous halls, the elegant rooms and the suites confirm the line of continuity of a gorgeous medieval village, of an extraordinary estate in one of the most beautiful and exclusive areas of the Eternal City.
Tastefully restored, this ancient village is used today as a touristic residence for those people who appreciate the values of an uncontaminated and protected natural reserve, coupled with remnants of the past which still appear alive and relevant.
A kind of fascinating territory, the natural reserve of Decima, which includes mitical and beautyful environments, unique cultures and traditions, with the presence of such interesting floral and faunal species and habitat, to deserve the acknowledgment of site of particular environmental interest.
The perfect harmony between man and nature makes the Reserve a unique scenery in the survey of conservation areas. The whole territory is soaked with architectural historical and cultural features
Dining by candlelight in the large and gorgeous halls near the historical fireplaces in winter time or, during summertime, in the flowered gardens of the Castle while first class chefs pumper you, is one of the privileges that Parco delle Nazioni offers to its selected guests. The most traditional and well known Italian cuisine is offered exclusively by organic products coming from the vegetable gardens of the Castle and from the farms near by.