The Pincio offers some excellent vantage points of the Piazza del Popolo. The only annoying thing: during the holidays, the view is blocked -- usually -- but an extremely large Christmas tree that tends to stay up a bit longer than one might expect. In the late spring and early summer, you can get some amazing photos of Rome's skyline before all the summer haze sets in. It's a bit of a hike from the Piazza del Popolo all the way to the top, but it is worth it!
Pinchio Garden is located on the high hill north of the old city. There are Napoleon I Square, the spire of Emperor Hadrian, and amusement facilities for children. The circular People's Square can be seen clearly on the terrace there, and it can also come up from the steps. We came from the Villa Bogaiser. It was green all the way. It was a good place for walking.
Pincio Garden is near Popolo Square, at the top of the Spanish ladder and then turn left. Walking along the road, you can see the park. There are many busts and no functional water clocks. If you ride a bicycle, you can rent one for four euros and a mountain bike for five euros.
For a relaxing moment and an amazing view of Piazza del Popolo!
For a relaxing walk and a stunning view on Piazza del Popolo