Three major villas are located here: the ancient Hadrian’s villa, the Renaissance Villa d’Este with spectacular fountains and the less known Villa Gregoriana.
Tivoli, 25 km from Rome, is where the Aniene River forms spectacular waterfalls. This cozy town enjoys a cooler climate and has been a resort area for Rome’s elite since the ancient times. In fact, one of its main attraction is Villa Adriana, the massive palace of emperor Hadrian. Walk through brick ruins, fragments of marble floors and columns: your guide will bring all this to life helping you see what daily life of the highest class in the Imperial Age was like. The archeological park, surrounded by olive trees as far as the eyes can see, is fascinating beyond expectations.