Villa Borghese is the most significant natural attraction in Rome the dates back to 1600s. It has wide green stretches that are just perfect for a picnic, several conduits and paths, and a lake. Bicycles and paddle boats can be rented in the park. Another must visit natural attraction of Rome is Vatican Garden which remains open three days a week. The early gardens were built here in 1272 which now contains atypical botanical specimen planted from around the world. Visitors can also plan a trip to the beautiful yet mysterious Tiber Island situated in the middle of Tiber River via the Ponte Fabricio and the Ponte Cestio bridges.