The size of the park and the presence of perfectly maintained historic buildings are the riches of Pantano Borghese as a Photographic or Cinematic Setting.

The Casali are original agricultural structures of the seventeenth century and have many architectural details intact. The village still houses a part of the accommodation, the carpentry, the warehouses, a barn, the stables and the ancient chapel spread over an area of almost twenty hectares. Fountains, period agricultural machinery and noble furnishings can be complementary to an authentic and coherent setting.

The exteriors are characterized by the most diverse connotations. The scenarios open onto the Roman ruins of the Alexandrine III D.C. Aqueduct. and on the manicured gardens, expanses of cultivated fields and centenary cork clearings.

Each corner has its own characteristic stylistic connotation.

The estate and its park are transformed with the seasonality of nature and therefore offer potentially infinite settings for photographic shots and naturalistic shots.