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Tivoli: Entrance Ticket to Villa Adriana with Pemcard

Tivoli: Entrance Ticket to Villa Adriana with Pemcard

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Travel back to the days of the Roman Empire and enter a former retreat of the Emperor Hadrian with a ticket to the Villa Adriana in Tivoli. Marvel at the remains of Hadrian’s country estate, and see monuments such as the Maritime Theater.

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Highlights
  • Follow in the footsteps of the Emperor Hadrian at his summer retreat
  • Explore the ruins of the Villa Adriana in Tivoli, east of Rome
  • See the remains of the Maritime Theatre
  • Marvel at mosaics from Roman baths
  • Walk in the extensive grounds to see water features, classical statues and more
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Enter the archaeological ruins of the Villa Adriana, a large Roman complex in Tivoli that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Emperor Hadrian as a country villa, since he disliked Palatine Hill in Rome, today it is an immense park with many Roman ruins. Discover the remains of more than 30 buildings in the 1-square-kilometer grounds. Much of the area has still not been excavated so you can only imagine what might lie underground! See monuments such as the Maritime Theater, a round portico with a barrel vault supported by pillars. It includes a lounge, library, heated baths, 3 suites with heated floors, washbasin, art gallery, and large fountain. Inside the portico you will find a pool with an artificial island. Immortalize your visit and make your friends or family green with envy by sending them a Pemcard, a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world Other highlights include the Canopo, a huge rectangular pool encircled by sculptures, and the artificial grotto of the Serapeum. See artifacts that date back to the time when the villa was built, such as the marble statues of Antinous, Hadrian's deified lover, along with mosaics from the theater and baths.
Includes
  • Villa Adriana entry ticket
  • Postcard
  • Guided tour
  • Audio guide
  • Transportation

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Please exchange your voucher at the ticket office of the Villa Adriana. To download your digital postcard Pemcards you can follow the instructions here: https://www.coopculture.it/it/prodotti/invia-una-cartolina-per-condividere-la-bellezza/

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  • You will need to pass security check before entering the attraction
  • It is not permitted to enter the attraction with rucksacks, suitcases, or large bags
Customer reviews

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4 /5

based on 45 reviews

Review summary

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    3.3/5
  • Service
    3.7/5
  • Organization
    3.7/5

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A must see

We have coupled Hadrian's villa and Este's villa, they are both to be seen. For the 1st, access is not easy, almost 4km on foot round trip from the bus stop and the road is poorly indicated. For the Villa d'Este the gardens with the fountains are magnificent, to be done under the sun which was not our case.

October 1, 2019

interesting, but not for all

We went to Tivoli in the morning and visited Villa d’Este first (with tickets bought on that official websites) and by the time we reached Villa Adriana it was very hot. We found that this villa is mostly ruins, well-preserved but not anything special compared to everything we saw in Rome.

August 29, 2019

Impressive but little information for a self-guided tour

The site is gigantic and the vestiges bear witness to the splendor of the time. Unfortunately, there are too few illustrations and representations of what it looked like under Hadrian in front of the various ruins. The fragmented explanations are often very technical and not at all affordable for the general public and even less for children. It is one of the less well developed sites that we have visited in the region. But it is no less grandiose.

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August 5, 2019

Product ID: 66401