One of European nobility’s favourite destinations was Tivoli, where they came to enjoy a few days of relaxation and visit Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana: today both UNESCO World Heritage sites. In addition to the Roman Emperor Hadrian’s villa and the Renaissance villa of Cardinal d’Este in Tivoli, there is also the nineteenth century Villa Gregoriana, an FAI site (Italian Environmental Fund) and natural archaeological park. The archaeological site of Villa Adriana is a major residential complex built on 120 hectares of land in the first century AD, and is one of the clearest examples of a suburban villa. Its architectural complex is characterised by rich decorations in marble and fountains and sculptures from the Greek, Egyptian and especially Roman eras. Without charging any additional commission, we will book all your entry tickets and the shuttle that takes you to Tivoli is free.
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