Best of Tivoli Guided Tour with Old Town, D'Este, Gregoriana & Hadrian's Villas

5 booked 1.0 hours
Find the antiquated Tivoli Villas and Gardens on a half-day visit from Rome. Find out about this old city, which is more established than Rome, as you visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Villa D'Este and Hadrian's Villa. Walk around the rich greenery enclosures and lovely wellsprings and envision what the city resembled amid its prime. 

• Visit the UNESCO-recorded Villa D'Easte and Hadrian's Villa;

• Learn about the city's old history from your local guide;

• Enjoy complimentary lunch at a local "trattoria"
Itinerary

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Stop At: Tivoli Tours - Villa D'Este - Hadrian's Villa- Tours, Via Trevio 3, 00019 Bagni di Tivoli, Tivoli Italy



Your visit starts at Villa Adriana (Hadrian's Villa), initially home to Roman Emperor Hadrian. Worked in the second century AD, the 'manor' is truly of a complex of 30 or more structures covering 250 sections of land (1 square km) of land, a lot of which is unexcavated.

You can see instances of an Alexandrian garden and respect the remaining parts of castles, sanctuaries, a theater, showers, staterooms and quarters for everybody from retainers to slaves.

Next, you have leisure time in the town of Tivoli. Visit an eatery where you eat ( lunch is not included)  and appreciate time to stroll around town and take in perspectives of the Roman wide open. At that point make a beeline for Villa d'Este, worked amid the Renaissance years around 1550 for Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, the legislative leader of Tivoli.

Investigate the greenhouses with your manual for see its Bernini-structured wellsprings and take in the extravagant arranging. This symbol of Italian-style plant has been imitated far and wide, to such an extent that melodic writer Franz Liszt composed a piano suite entitled 'Wellsprings of the Villa d'Este.



Duration: 5 hours



Stop At: Villa Adriana, Largo Marguerite Yourcenar 1, 00019, Tivoli Italy



Your visit starts at Villa Adriana (Hadrian's Villa), initially home to Roman Emperor Hadrian. Worked in the second century AD, the 'manor' is truly of a complex of 30 or more structures covering 250 sections of land (1 square km) of land, a lot of which is unexcavated.

You can see instances of an Alexandrian garden and respect the remaining parts of castles, sanctuaries, a theater, showers, staterooms and quarters for everybody from retainers to slaves.

Next, you have leisure time in the town of Tivoli. Visit an eatery where you eat ( lunch is not included)  and appreciate time to stroll around town and take in perspectives of the Roman wide open. At that point make a beeline for Villa d'Este, worked amid the Renaissance years around 1550 for Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, the legislative leader of Tivoli.

Investigate the greenhouses with your manual for see its Bernini-structured wellsprings and take in the extravagant arranging. This symbol of Italian-style plant has been imitated far and wide, to such an extent that melodic writer Franz Liszt composed a piano suite entitled 'Wellsprings of the Villa d'Este.



Duration: 2 hours



Stop At: Villa d'Este, Piazza Trento 5, 00019, Tivoli Italy



Your visit starts at Villa Adriana (Hadrian's Villa), initially home to Roman Emperor Hadrian. Worked in the second century AD, the 'manor' is truly of a complex of 30 or more structures covering 250 sections of land (1 square km) of land, a lot of which is unexcavated.

You can see instances of an Alexandrian garden and respect the remaining parts of castles, sanctuaries, a theater, showers, staterooms and quarters for everybody from retainers to slaves.

Next, you have leisure time in the town of Tivoli. Visit an eatery where you eat ( lunch is not included)  and appreciate time to stroll around town and take in perspectives of the Roman wide open. At that point make a beeline for Villa d'Este, worked amid the Renaissance years around 1550 for Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, the legislative leader of Tivoli.

Investigate the greenhouses with your manual for see its Bernini-structured wellsprings and take in the extravagant arranging. This symbol of Italian-style plant has been imitated far and wide, to such an extent that melodic writer Franz Liszt composed a piano suite entitled 'Wellsprings of the Villa d'Este.



Duration: 2 hours




Schedule details

Departure Point:
Largo Marguerite Yourcenar, 00010 Tivoli RM, Italy

Departure Time:
10:00 AM
Duration:
6 hours
Return Details:
Returns to original departure point


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Best of Tivoli Guided Tour with Old Town, D'Este, Gregoriana & Hadrian's Villas

Temple of Hercules in Tivoli

Inclusions:
  • Local taxes
  • All activities
  • Blue Badge guide
  • Professional guide
  • Professional art historian guide
  • Local guide
  • Entry/Admission - Tivoli Tours - Villa D'Este - Hadrian's Villa- Tours
  • Entry/Admission - Villa Adriana
  • Entry/Admission - Villa d'Este
Exclusions:
  • Gratuities
  • Lunch
Additional Information:
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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