Tivoli, visit villa D'Este and villa Adriana
Discover the villas of a summer residence of the Roman Renaissance in a 5 hour tour of Tivoli, leaving from Rome. Visit the gardens of Villa d'Este, the Roman ruins of Villa Adriana and make a journey through time back to the Roman Empire...
Half day tour
Duration: 4 hrs
Discover the summer retreat of the Romans and nobles of the Renaissance
Free up to 24 hours in advance
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
All tourism seasons
• Pick-up and drop off service from your accommodation
• Local guide
• Admission tickets
The tour can be changed without notice due to weather and traffic. You can start the tour directly from the meeting point, or use the free collection service from your hotel. When being picked up at the hotel in the morning, it is important to verify the driver is from TRIPACA AGENCY, as at there are several companies organizing pick ups at hotels at the same time. Please refer to the Concierge for information about collection schedules. In order to improve the quality of our services and to avoid delays in the collection to each hotel, we kindly ask for your cooperation to be ready at the lobby of your hotel at the scheduled time.
Discover the glorious Tivoli villas dating back to the Roman Empire and the Renaissance in a half-day tour leaving from Rome. Following a pick-up from your hotel in Rome, you will travel to the town of Tivoli, just a few kilometers from the city center.
Discover a beautiful natural environment between the "Eternal City" and the high hills east of Rome. Stop at the great architectural complex of Villa Adriana, built in the second century AD by Emperor Hadrian. Admire its different architectural styles, with influences from Egypt, Rome and Athens.
Learn how it was conceived as an "ideal city" and explore some of the symbols of ancient times. Afterwards, go to the Renaissance Villa d'Este and explore this palace setting, surrounded by a spectacular garden terrace.
Enjoy the beauty of its waterfalls, water tanks and fountains. Admire a masterpiece of Italian landscape gardening with its many nymphs, grottoes and fountains that were inspired by the Gardens of Babylon.