The suggestive city of Tivoli, situated only 34 kilometres east of Rome, boasts an origin and a thousand-year history. Enjoy the visit to the famous Hadrian’s Villa, with its grandiose Roman ruins in an atmosphere that still retains much of its ancient charm, and a fabulous walk through the gardens of Villa D’este admiring the splendor of the Renaissance time.
Starting time 14:30
Duration 4 hours
at 2 15 pm TERMINAL GLT in Via Giovanni Amendola 32
All partecipants who are 12 years and older must present a Reinforced Green Pass that is valid in the EU and has a verifiable QR code. Reinforced Green Passes can only be obtained by uploading either proof of full vaccination or proof of a Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months to either the Green Pass or Covid certificate app.
Also face musk FFP2 is required
Take a break from the crowds in Rome and head to Tivoli on this half-day excursion. Visit the ruins of Hadrian’s Villa with its temples, theaters, and statues. Admire the romantic Villa d’Este and its garden’s waterfalls, pools, and fountains.
Following the ancient Via Tiburtina for 34 km east of Rome, this tour Tivoli Afternoon allows you to visit and compare two very splendid villas from two different ages; the Villa Adriana, dating back to Roman times, and the Villa D’Este from the Renaissance period.
At the foot of the Tiburtini hills, the source of the springs that supply the spa town of Bagni di Tivoli, dominated by vast quarries of travertine marble, you will stop first to visit Villa Adriana. The ruins can only hint at the grandeur and beauty of this Villa built by Emperor Hadrian to remind him of the monuments and sites he had admired during his travels in the East. It is a unique testimony for its breadth, architectural and decorative features. Today it appears as an extraordinary, immense park, extending over 80 hectares, scattered with grandiose Roman ruins, thanks to which you can relive the glory and the beauty of the great imperial era.
We then continue to the Villa D’Este, one of the most beautiful residences of the Renaissance. The Villa’s countless fountains, set in the heart of magnificent Italian-style gardens, create a delightfully graceful symphony of carved stone, shade, sunlight, and water.
Tour available from 1st April to 30st September.
Duration: about 4 hours
Tour stops working: May 1 and Rome Marathon day.
Departures only with a minimum group of 6 people.
We suggest comfortable sportswear and sneakers. In Summer time, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended.
The tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties.
Architectural barriers along the path.
Bulky luggage and backpacks are not allowed.